i've been very impressed with nix thus far, too bad he only plays half the time of regular OF's. dye's been doing pretty well this year and i expect him to continue at the pace he's on. and bradley will start doing well again (he's a career .300+ hitter) once the dodgers get out of their slump. but i agree with the other guys, hunter's at the top. i don't know much about bay to have much of an opinion, just what i've heard around here.
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