His Avg stats are right at .300. No way is he like Cameron other than capable of stealing 30.
[quote]Grady Sizemore- Cleveland Indians- OF
Don’t be thrown by Grady’s numbers, they are among the most deceiving in the minor leagues. A bad wrist hindered his numbers for April and May, but a June average near .400 took the overall line to .306/.372/.462. Sure, these aren’t bad numbers, but my argument is they are hardly indicative of where Sizemore stands as a player. He profiles to be a perennial .300 hitter, and with the Indians weakest position being centerfield, his path is clear as day
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[quote]Grady Sizemore - OF Indians - Age 21 - ETA: Sept. 2004
Previous rankings: 2002 #88, mid-2002 #108, 2003 #85, mid-2003 #25, 2004 #20
.302/.368/.457, 7 HR, 47 RBI, 65/35 K/BB, 12 SB in 374 AB for Triple-A Buffalo
Sizemore hasn’t put up awe-inspiring numbers in the minors, but he’s always been young for his levels and yet never been overmatched. The only disappointment has been the decline in his walk rate, but once he settles in as a major league regular and gets to see pitchers multiple times, I think the trend will begin to reverse itself. Sizemore is going to be a .290-.300 hitter with 20-homer power, so if his arm allows him to stay in center, he’ll be quite valuable. Expect the Indians to clear a spot for him next year.
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