Cornbread Maxwell wrote:
I really really hope Melvin Mora continues to fall so far. Nothin better than getting a top 10 hitter in the 5th rd.
Ah, Melvin Mora. I liked him more a few years ago when he was named Brady Anderson.
Everything clicked for him last year, but I don't expect a similar performance this year. This is the same guy who put up these 2002 numbers: .233/19 homers/64 rbis. Then in 2003 he missed considerable time with injuries. And last year - at 33 years old - he learned how to hit?
I know that nobody will agree with me (until after the season), but I'm expecting .280/20/60 rbis/80 runs/10 sb. Solid numbers across the board, sure, but nothing spectacular at so deep a position.