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Philomath wrote:In his "prime", what type of numbers should (should we predict/can expect) out of Lind?
kimchi_chigae wrote:Philomath wrote:In his "prime", what type of numbers should (should we predict/can expect) out of Lind?
A couple years down the road, I can see him hitting 20 to 25 bombs a year and have a respectful batting average. I don't think he has 30HR power and he won't help you in SB. In comparison to Rios, Lind doesn't have as high a ceiling, but I can see him being more consistent than Rios from year to year.
LF Adam Lind batted sixth on Sunday marking the highest spot he's hit in the batting order this season. Lind, who is hitting .397 in July (27-for-68), has batted in ninth spot 14 times, eighth 11 times and seventh on seven occasions.
J35J wrote:Not sure his ceiling is all that high .290/20/90/5
...maybe another Raul Ibanez, J.D. Drew, Michael Cuddyer, Jose Guillen type production
I'm not as high on him as most seem to be.
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