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Yoda wrote:OneLoveBoomer wrote:He will still hit 40 HR this year, which is all I draft him for.
What is up with your avatar? Lose a bet?
byfrcp wrote:Wow Dunn gets 2yr $20 mil and Abreu only gets 1yr $5 mil? Isn't there something wrong with that?
WaCougMBS wrote:Snakes Gould wrote:Ender wrote:
Not really, Dunn is the better player for sure
i think its rather debatable.
Agreed. I think the "playing field", if you will, between these two is pretty darned equal when you weigh everything. I did hear that Abreu might have bonuses and/or incentives that could bring his deal to around $8 million though, so that is a bit more of a fair price than $5 million is IMO...
hot4tx wrote:I think projecting him for 40 this year is a stretch. He very consistently hit 40 in a very small park and I think you have to shave 2-5 HRs and 5-10 RBI off of his 3-year average now.
He actually steals 5-10 bases a year.
djacks wrote:Nationals Field Dimensions:
Left Field- 336 Feet
Left-Center Field- 377 Feet
Center Field- 402 Feet
Right-Center Field- 370 Feet
Right Field- 335 Feet
Last year the park was slightly above the league avg in hits, doubles, triples and runs...but slightly below avg in HR's
I still think he'll get between 35-40 hrs...and hit .240
With Adam Dunn set to play first base in Washington, Nick Johnson is looking for a trade.
If the Nats commit to playing Dunn at first base, their ceiling is really no higher than it was yesterday. Johnson, of course, is extremely difficult to rely on. However, he's probably a better player than Dunn when healthy. Now, if they can trade Johnson and use the $5.5 million he's set to make to help them land Orlando Hudson, the whole deal will probably be worth it. The A's still might have some interest, and we wouldn't rule out Boston as a possible destination. He'd also be a big upgrade for the Giants, though they may not see it that way.
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