Re: Joe Crede
- From: Wayback1918 <wayback1918@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2010 03:22:52 -0800 (PST)
On Mar 9, 6:16 pm, Gary <golfera...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mon, 8 Mar 2010 14:22:35 -0800 (PST), Mortimer
On Mar 8, 2:14 pm, "Dano" <janeandd...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That and the little matter of a lifetime OBP of barely over .300. We have
pretty good options that will suffice. Lowrie is still around...Youk can
move over...Bill Hall can play there too.
Sure. A minor league deal if he would take it would be okay with me....but
how that affects the 40 man roster has to be considered as well.
I almost completely forgout about Bill Hall, who was acquired in the
Casey Kotchman trade. He can play a lot of positions, but I imagine
he'll be a bench warmer for the majority off the year, since he's not
great at any 1 position. But I guess he'll suffice if Lowell and
Beltre go down(on the DL) at 3B. Maybe he can play some outfield too,
and catcher...that would make him invaluable this season.
Hall started out as a SS for the Brewers but was switched to the OF.
He should be able to play every position except catcher and pitcher.
The big question is whether he can hit.- Hide quoted text -
I think it would be highly unlikely that he would.
He did well last year in April.....very well in fact
BA .304 OBP .377 SLG .522 OPS .899 (he struck out about
26% of his AB)
For the rest of the year he was awful.........
BA .165 OBP .226 SLG .291 OPS .517 by September he was
striking out 42% of the time (35K in 85 AB)
If Lowrie is at all healthy he is the better player
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