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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    I get it, dude.....but this is 100% fact: only 24 players batted above .300 last year. that's such a small percentage of players!!!!

    Beltran and Ellsbury have both been consistent averages in their careers....so we lose Cano, but get them....saying you want batting avg is easy to say....there just arent as many players who do it anymore. it's a pitcher's game as of late.
    Like I said though, he fell off at the end of last year. I wouldnt take a 75 million risk. A lot of good players come here and hit a wall. His average playing in the AL is .206, 277 in NL. Nooo beuno


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    Wonder what hes doing.


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    http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-foo...6pLid%3D418484

    Love him or hate him, G Dub is a class act.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    Like I said though, he fell off at the end of last year. I wouldnt take a 75 million risk. A lot of good players come here and hit a wall. His average playing in the AL is .206, 277 in NL. Nooo beuno
    Gardner's .268 is phenomenal all of a sudden??

    btw, you are using Philips rookie season....where he played half a season lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    Gardner's .268 is phenomenal all of a sudden??
    We know what we have with Bret.
    Id rather .270 hitter than take a chance on a guy who bats .206 in the AL


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    The guy is also 32. We have to be the oldest team in baseball. We need youth.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    We know what we have with Bret.
    Id rather .270 hitter than take a chance on a guy who bats .206 in the AL
    it was half a season...his rookie season. learn to read.
    under 400 at-bats
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    it was half a season...his rookie season. learn to read.
    under 400 at-bats
    Who are you arguing about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Who are you arguing about?
    Keep walking, Yankee fans only
    Brandon Phillips, Pizz is right, I just breezed through his stats and saw 4 years in Cleveland.

    His avg. did take a dive at the end of this season though. Hes 32..... I dont think hes worth a 75 million risk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    Keep walking, Yankee fans only
    Brandon Phillips, Pizz is right, I just breezed through his stats and saw 4 years in Cleveland.

    His avg. did take a dive at the end of this season though. Hes 32..... I dont think hes worth a 75 million risk.
    I say sign 'em all Yankees.
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