An Iconic Fantasy Baseball Community
Moderator: Baseball Moderators
Tavish wrote:I'll be interested to see how long the Mets keep him in the lead off spot. ATM he is hitting .235 with 31 Ks vs 28 hits and 15 walks. While the Mets offense isn't spectacular, Kaz getting extra at bats isn't helping at all.
If things don't turn around fast and Kaz is still leading off all of next week then management is being way too stubborn trying to prove Kaz was worth the hype.
d18Mike wrote:0-5 Tonight. Wow.
I can take a .230 average if there are some SB or HRs in the equation. He has been a dud straight across the board. I wish I had more confidence, but as I said earlier, a number of scouts have commented that he looks terribly overmatched.
jbones733 wrote:he is a big fat DUD , cause the mets got him, if yanks would of got him he would of been great, mets are just the organization who cant make the right moves ,
i mean here's the recent track record -
Acquired ( Vaughn, Alomar, Kaz, Glavine)
Passed on ( A Rod, Vlad)
doesent take a rocket scientist to figure some of those moves out
CubsFan7724 wrote:For some reason the Japanese players are either overrated (The matsui brothers) or they get steadily worse as their American careers continue (Ichiro or Hideo Nomo) To think they would continue the same numbers from Japan is ridiculous. I tend to reduce those numbers severely because of the lack of skill level there. So I expected about 15/15 year from Little Matsui, and Im going to stick to hit. (15 homers may be too many though)
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 12 guests