LBJackal wrote:That's a little harsh. I wouldn't say he's never hit well in the majors. He hit .275 with 4 HR in 51 AB's in 2002, which is pretty good for a rookie. Last year he tanked, but if he gets a prolonged chance I think he could be really successful. In keeper leagues he's worth a look. Certainly not over a guy like Lowell, but he's worth a bench spot, and you can plug him in if he gets hot.
i don't think it's really that harsh....
2001 - triple a - .255 - reds - .108 (age 25)
2002 - triple a - .340 - reds - .275 (age 26)
2003 - triple a - .323 - reds - .101 (age 27)
Not verry good at all and Larson will also be turning 28 fairly soon. He has had an injury each of the last two years. So I really not sure why anyone would think much of him. Like i said keep him to see how he performs, I just doubt he will do anything. But who knows I've been wrong before.