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SpecialFNK wrote:i will agree that Hairston is playing higher than he should and is likely to come back down, but were comparing the two SS in Cincinnati, Hairston vs Keppinger ..and what has Keppinger done to be valued higher than Hairston?
my whole point in the argument between Hairston and Keppinger is just that, its between those two players, and why should Keppinger in any way be valued higher than Hairston regardless of how well Hairston is currently hitting. its not like Keppinger was some high profile prospect himself.
Keppinger is 0 for his last 19, 0 for July.
if someone wants to say Hairston is playing higher than he should, the same can be said for Keppinger when he was hitting well like the numbers he had last season.
throw out Hairston bad numbers from previous seasons, prior to last year Keppinger didnt exactly have good numbers in 2005 as a rookie.
Hairston might not have hit well in recent years, but he has proven in the past that he can put up productive numbers while he was with Baltimore.
Hairston is the best option in the leadoff spot the Reds have
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