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Tokugawa wrote:Saying the Cleveland offence is struggling is too simplistic an answer to explain Hafner's troubles. Of course he is getting fewer runs and rbi opportunities, but the fact that the team is struggling shouldn't really affect his batting average or hr totals, unless the arguement is that he is putting more pressure on himself.
Up to this point he's been a major dissapointment, was last year an anomally?
josebach wrote:Laean wrote:he hit 10 homers in the first half of last season, then he hit 18 homers in the 2nd half in 75 less at bats.
those who don't have the patience and drop players after only 2 months deserve to lose.
Only two months? Should they drop players after only 3 months? Only 4 months? Hafner is not proven enough to warrant holding him this long if there are viable Free Agents out there. To make a general statement like that is ridiculous considering there are so many leagues of different types and sizes.
Those who determine that a player is a second half hitter based on one year's statistics and waste a roster spot for half the season deserve to lose.
nuggets wrote:011472 wrote:There's only 8 teams in my league and FA include Bay, Mench, Delluchi, B. Giles and V. Mart. I dropped Hafner this week to sign Inge when Javy became my latest injury. Noone grabbed him off waivers.
I believe VMart decided to hit again just as you dropped him. I'd go get him back quickly. And explain how B. Giles is on FA. You'd better get him quickly.
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