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JANUARY 24, 2003: Which of these NL pitching situations is most likely to happen?
14% Kerry Wood and Mark Prior combine for 40 wins.
25% Greg Maddux does NOT lead the Braves' starters in ERA.
30% Matt Mantei gets more saves than Byung-Hyun Kim.
14% Kevin Brown posts 180 IP in LA.
17% A Montreal reliever (any reliever) amasses 30 saves.
FEBRUARY 7, 2003: Which of these AL batting situations is most likely to happen?
27% Hank Blalock gets 500 AB at 3B in TEX.
22% Brian Roberts lands the starting SS job in BAL.
32% OAK, as a team, will steal at least 50 bases.
11% Dean Palmer stays in the DET lineup for 400 AB.
8% Hideki Matsui wins the Rookie-of-the-Year and MVP awards.
FEBRUARY 14, 2003: Which of these NL batting situations is most likely to happen?
29% Hee Seop Choi and Bobby Hill are in the Opening Day lineup for CHC.
42% Jack Cust and Gabe Kapler combine for 25 HRs.
15% Luis Castillo and Juan Pierre combine for 120 SBs.
11% Barry Bonds registers 500 official ABs.
2% Johnny Estrada makes ATL fans forget the Millwood trade.
The Denver Doctrine states: "Coors does not turn bad hitters into good hitters; it only turns good hitters into better hitters."
The Cow wrote:that still doesn't explain Mr. Wilson's year last year. So he was a good hitter when he hit .240 for the Marlins??
Madison wrote:The Cow wrote:that still doesn't explain Mr. Wilson's year last year. So he was a good hitter when he hit .240 for the Marlins??
Who has said that Wilson is a good hitter? He has a career average of .267. So he went up to .282, that's not unusual. There were lots of guys that did that last year. It was the 207 at bats with runners in scoring position that leads everyone to think that Preston is a great player now. That won't happen again next year. Watch and see.
Transmogrifier wrote:So, Mad, you're predicting a down year for Wilson? (OR, rather, a more normal year?)
The Cow wrote:Wilson improved his avg by about 40 points from 2002 to 2003.That appears to be a big jump, when you consider that at the end of 2002 Wilson was on the waiver wire in many leagues.
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