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hybrid wrote:Hey you were comparing them in one way or another, I was just pointing out their obvious difference. And yes I agree it obviously can be risky when you are extrapolating stats, not all minor leaguers who produce there go on to in the bigs.
Hafner has had only one more season then Morneau in the majors, so I really don't think of him as being any type of an established player. For all you know that could be Hafner's best year of his career.
hybrid wrote:Wow, I thought you would be better then just to jump on people. Hafner is not at all an established player, but for some reason you are treating him like he is. That's the point I was making, but evidently you like to just criticize.
WittyC wrote:Everyone talks about Hafner as though he's an established vet who's been tearing up the league for years! Honestly, he had one good season, and it would be a strech to say that Cleveland has a good lineup. Plus, he had surgery in the offseason on his elbow (removing bone chips or something, but surgery is rarely a bonus).
I certainly wouldn't value Hafner over Morneau, but I could see Hafner's value being better since Morneau seems to be going earlier. If I had to pick one even up, though, Morneau would be my guy -- keeper or non!
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