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Postby diesel99xx » Sun Feb 12, 2006 7:48 pm

A guy to take a late round flier on is Emil Brown of KC.
Had similar production of Coco Crisp.

:-?
Player AB R H HR RBI BB SB BA OBP SLG

Brown, Emil LF KC 545 75 156 17 86 48 10 0.2862 0.3487 0.4550

Crisp, Coco CF BOS 594 86 178 16 69 44 15 0.2997 0.3453 0.4646
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Postby AcidRock23 » Sun Feb 12, 2006 8:07 pm

diesel99xx wrote:A guy to take a late round flier on is Emil Brown of KC.
Had similar production of Coco Crisp.

:-?
Player AB R H HR RBI BB SB BA OBP SLG

Brown, Emil LF KC 545 75 156 17 86 48 10 0.2862 0.3487 0.4550

Crisp, Coco CF BOS 594 86 178 16 69 44 15 0.2997 0.3453 0.4646


;-D Thanks!! :-D
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Postby klvrdude » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:26 am

diesel99xx wrote:A guy to take a late round flier on is Emil Brown of KC.
Had similar production of Coco Crisp.

:-?
Player AB R H HR RBI BB SB BA OBP SLG

Brown, Emil LF KC 545 75 156 17 86 48 10 0.2862 0.3487 0.4550

Crisp, Coco CF BOS 594 86 178 16 69 44 15 0.2997 0.3453 0.4646


Good info to have....thanks! ;-D
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Postby KOSTAS » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:47 am

klvrdude wrote:
diesel99xx wrote:A guy to take a late round flier on is Emil Brown of KC.
Had similar production of Coco Crisp.

:-?
Player AB R H HR RBI BB SB BA OBP SLG

Brown, Emil LF KC 545 75 156 17 86 48 10 0.2862 0.3487 0.4550

Crisp, Coco CF BOS 594 86 178 16 69 44 15 0.2997 0.3453 0.4646


who woulda thunk it? Good find.
difference is Coco has done it 2 years in a row..can Emil? :-)

Good info to have....thanks! ;-D
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Postby Aces Wild » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:49 am

Yoda wrote:
mak1277 wrote:
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tuff_gong wrote:Do we categorize Bay as a stud yet? I mean he's only done it one year. Maybe in a keeper league he's a stud, but for this year?


His minor league numbers show a good base. He is in his peak so it will be interesting to see what his ceiling is but his power definitely has not spiked yet. I'm not sure about the .300 average but if he can cut down on the Ks, this guy is a perennial first rounder.


I disagree with this. I think his average hasn't peaked yet, but his power has. He's a line-drive hitter, not a fly-ball hitter. I don't ever see him as a 40-homer guy, but I think his average is the beneficiary of fewer K's. Also, put him a good line-up around him and he could drive in 120 runs easy.


I'm not sure about that. Usually players enjoy power peak in their late 20s, early 30s. Bay is in that zone and he has increased his SLG steadily over the last few seasons.


While this may be true he has only one full season, and the one before that cut short by 40 games. I just find it funny that you say he has "steadily improved it" when there have only been 2 samples.
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Postby liv4socr20 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:49 am

I think Aaron Rowand has the potential if he bats in the 2-hole and has the type of season he had two years ago. Figure .310 20 hr's 80 rbi's 15 sb 90 runs. I don't think thats too bold either because the Phillies have a very strong lineup and if Rowand has a bounceback year his numbers have those potentials
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Postby hooligan1 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:02 am

liv4socr20 wrote:I think Aaron Rowand has the potential if he bats in the 2-hole and has the type of season he had two years ago. Figure .310 20 hr's 80 rbi's 15 sb 90 runs. I don't think thats too bold either because the Phillies have a very strong lineup and if Rowand has a bounceback year his numbers have those potentials


Agreed on Rowand, although it could be argued he "emerged" a couple years back........
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Postby dicehound » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:05 am

If Granderson gets pt in Detroit I see him as a guy similar to Sizemore.

And for deep leagues with room on your bench Corey Hart might be worth watching too.
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Postby BigLebowski » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:17 am

dicehound wrote:If Granderson gets pt in Detroit I see him as a guy similar to Sizemore.

And for deep leagues with room on your bench Corey Hart might be worth watching too.


NL only leaguers should grab him for sure. ;-D
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Postby hooligan1 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:38 am

dicehound wrote:If Granderson gets pt in Detroit I see him as a guy similar to Sizemore.

And for deep leagues with room on your bench Corey Hart might be worth watching too.


Is Granderson expected to be a steals guy? Cause he didn't show any of that last season. If he can muster even 15 sb's, he might be worth a late-round gamble......
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