03-20-2014, 01:14 PM #41
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I thought it was all in Gardy and Ryan/Antony's hands. Pinto can play well all he wants, but if Gardy wants a vet, he'll play a vet if he's available.Lighten up Francis....
03-20-2014, 04:26 PM #42
Until he was horridly abused in Oakland, leading to injuries aplenty, Suzuki was very solid with the bat. He never had an OPS+ over 100, mind you, but he wasn't a void, either, hitting .272/.329/.398 over that time with solid gap power and solid contact rate (only striking out 11.5% of the time while walking 6.6%). Oakland used him well as a hit-and-run sort of guy with good bat control. He's not a 30-homer guy or a .300 hitter, but he's not a "black hole" on offense.Staff Writer for Tomahawktake.com, come check it out!
03-20-2014, 05:33 PM #43"Maybe you could go grab a bat and ball… and learn something. Maybe you will get it."
- Strib commenter educating the elitists on the value of RBI's