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B-Chad wrote:Pedroia's LD rate of 20% is reason to believe he'll maintain a higher BA then Cano. It should also be noted he hits more FB's then Cano, which means that even if he posts a lower HR/FB then Cano, he should come in reasonably close to Cano in HR's
AussieDodger wrote:The Yankees already have a Pierre, but one that costs the minimum and not $9 mil. His name is Brett Gardner.
Who needs an OFer, and has a little cash to spare? (The Dodgers would probably have to pay at least half)
Detroit - LF
Seattle - LF
Atlanta - LF/RF
NYM - LF
I think Atlanta might be the favourites off that list.
Montana168 wrote:uh yeah there is no way the Yanks are in the market for pierre. in fact, they are jammed in the OF and only way i see them trading for an outfielder is if it's matt holliday. the yanks have damon, melky, gardner, and swisher in the OF. they have matsui and posada that clog the DH, and they have a top prospect in Austin Jackson at AAA who is MLB ready and would be in the majors on any other team. If they make any moves, it would be to acquire bullpen help, not OF help.
B-Chad wrote:Well glad that we got the Yankee homer line of thinking... give me a break. He is a legit Major League prospect, sure, but he's a strikeout machine, and his 25 walks in 300 Plate appearances isn't exactly setting the world on fire... and considering that low walk total and high strikeout total is coming with a meager 3 HR's in 300 plate appearances, I'd say that your assessment of Austin Jackson is hog wash. In fact, looking at his AAA stat line, I'd argue that at BEST he'd be playing a similar game to Pierre at the moment.
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