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Postby trevisc » Mon Jan 12, 2004 10:39 am

Pogotheostrich wrote:
sooner711 wrote:
trevisc wrote:
sooner711 wrote:
trevisc wrote:Drew should bat .300+ with close to 30.


Drew never stays healthy enough to get anywhere near those numbers. Griffey has a better chance of staying healthy than Drew IMO.


gee whiz..he's no Griffey yet. He's only like 27 years old or something. The guy has his best years ahead of him. (can you tell i'm trying not to jinx the boy so he doesn't stub his toe before spring training!)

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At least Griffey had a few healthy years, Drew has had none as of yet...(this from a bitter Cardinal fan) 8-o


I'll add a little more from a STL fan. 5 years MLB service and his career high is 135 games. He hasn't had a serious injury. Drew lands on the DL every year from aches and pains associated with a normal MLB schedule. It is even more infuriating as a fanasty owner cause Drew will miss three games for a sore neck without going on the DL.



maybe being around tough guys like Andruw and chipper will get him to play through pain.

besides..he better do something cuz this is a contract year for him.
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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Mon Jan 12, 2004 11:12 am

trevisc wrote:besides..he better do something cuz this is a contract year for him.


very interesting point. does anyone have an opinion on players in contract yrs? Do they tend to do better or worse? Is there a list of players in similar situations?
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