I'm the last guy on the Beckham bandwagon, but I'm sticking around. With that much power shown in the bigs once, I still see potential. With a new manager (known for helping hitters) and a new hitting coach, we're giving the guy as much of a fresh start as he can get not changing ZIP codes (or at least ends of town). With another year under his belt at 2B, we're talking about another year of comfort at a position he learned in the big leagues to no small part.
With Hill, what are we doing? It's Beckham's production levels without youth or promise.
Neither gets much slack during the season, but Beckham for me.viewtopic.php?f=26&t=442751