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Postby George_Foreman » Mon Apr 24, 2006 8:28 pm

I wouldn't worry about the splits. Like you say, small sample size. ;-)

Anyhow, he's a very good contact hitter and has some speed (although with mixed sucess at stealing in the minors). If he sticks in the #2 spot in the Chicago lineup, he'll have value as a starter in deeper leagues, but Todd Walker is a better #2 hitter, so don't be surprised if Cedeno gets dropped back down again when Lee returns.
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Postby Ditka311 » Mon Apr 24, 2006 8:35 pm

BigZ38 wrote:As a Cub fan, I love Ronny Cedeno. However I don't think he is the best fantasy option. I think he is a combo of Rafeal Furcal and Ceasar Izturis.

Dare I say this....this may indeed be a positive strategic move by Dusty 8-o
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