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The 2004 Pacific Coast League MVP has tallied more RBI in the past two years than any other minor-leaguer. He has power to all fields and should be in line for a spot on the team at first base or designated hitter -- and maybe the outfield -- if Erubiel Durazo or Scott Hatteberg get traded. He has little speed, but his power numbers will make up for it. Pick him up as a corner infielder if the A's find room for him this spring. (Updated 1/24/05)
Members Only Jackets wrote:wow he's that good....thanks
thehat wrote:Members Only Jackets wrote:wow he's that good....thanks
Beware Pacific Coast League numbers. They lie. It's a great hitter's league.
I happen to also give Johnson a decent shot at being an okay hitter with power. But don't get overly excited with the minor league stats when they come from that league.
GotowarMissAgnes wrote:BPro Projections (BA/OBP/SLG)
.259/.343/.445 as a 25 year old.
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