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tthousand66 wrote:Wow, I am surprised people like overachieving one year flash Chris Young. He went winless for nearly the final two months of the year before beating hapless/hitless Seattle in the final week of the year.
tthousand66 wrote:Eaton always looks like he is oozing talent everytime I've seen him. And all the negative talk on Adrian Gonzalez is puzzling too. He is exactly the kind of guy who could show up out of nowhere to make an impact as an everyday player. He's never been given that chance. so let's see if he can do what he has done in AAA at the ML level.
tthousand66 wrote:Amazing how some people see things so different. And I respect the opinions, particularly when backed by the numbers...I just think this one goes past the numbers. Give me Eaton in a contract year with a great offense and two teams in the division that can't hit at all (A's and M's) over Young, who appeared to be figured out and/or fatigued for a large part of the year.
davidmarver wrote:Madison, don't mean to burst your bubble about Killian, but he's a career .218 minor league hitter.
And Gonzalez has a higher upside than you're letting on. 18 homeruns and a .561 slugging in 83 AAA games last season.
Killian, a 2004 third-round pick out of high school, hit .263/.296/.355 between the Rookie AZL Padres and short-season Single-A Eugene last season. Despite the poor numbers, he's a decent prospect. Dec. 20 - 3:49 pm et
Strasil42 wrote:The Rangers just got raped.
sockeye wrote:Ughhhhhhh. Second reference in one thread. Sure seems like an unneccessary analogy.
Havok1517 wrote:And I do mean leaps and bounds...2005 Rotation
Keep making moves Tex!!!!!
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