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slomo007 wrote:He's washed up.
rmeesig wrote:slomo007 wrote:He's washed up.
Wow, such a well thought and insightful statement.
I don't call this washed up:
Giambi w/ runners on - 2004 : .330 / .470 / .538 / 1.008
Giambi w/ RISP - 2004 : .314 / .478 / .569 / 1.047
Giambi w/ RISP & 2 outs - 2004 : .304 / .484 / .565 / 1.049
I call it un-healthy. Giambi's post ASB numbers are slightly higher than pre-ASB, and with all those bats in the lineup, he's bound to see some pitches and heat up soon.
Buy low while you can....washed up..ha!
Ajax wrote:"Washed up" is a pretty strong term.
I don't think we'll ever see Giambi hit a flukish .342 again, but there's no reason to think he can't hit .290 and hit HR's at a rate of 40 per season, when healthy.
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