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Postby SHOCKandAWE » Thu May 19, 2005 7:42 pm

Here are my wrongs(these guys I thought would do much better):

K Matsui
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Postby Absolutely Adequate » Thu May 19, 2005 8:09 pm


Andruw Jones
Vic Martinez
Marcus Giles
Scott Rolen
Mike Young
Oliver Perez
Gary Sheffield (.318 and 6 homers aren't anything to sneeze at, but he's not living up to his draft position.)
Shea Hillenbrand
Clint Barmes
Brad Hawpe


Kaz Matsui
Shawn Green
AJ Burnett
Jake Peavy

I made a lot of predictions, so I could go on all day. But I won't. And I'm stubborn, so I predict that Kaz Matsui and Shawn Green will get going very soon and Burnett and Peavy will implode. I'm not giving up on any of my predictions.
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Postby Box » Thu May 19, 2005 8:42 pm

The Punisher wrote:Dont know why youd consider Rowand. Hes been fine 13th round value for me

I was expecting at least 5 HR and a .300+ BA right now. He's starting to heat up now, but its 2 months into the season and he's been nothing but an average to below average player thusfar.

I guess I just had higher hopes for a top 10-15 round pick. He was ranked too high on every projection sheet and ranking that I saw in the preseason. So in my book, I was obviously wrong about him.
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