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BMcP
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Roster Information: Points, H2H, CBS:

C: J. Lopez
1B: Delgado
2B: Vidro
3B: Mora
SS: Barmes
LF: Dunn
CF: Hunter
RF: Sheffield
DH: Hafner

SP: RJ
SP: L. Hernandez
SP: Od. Perez
SP: J. Wright
RP: M. Batista
RP: LaTroy
RP: Tsao
RP: Wickman
RP: M. Rivera

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Giambi, Kazmir, Womack, Hinske, McPherson, P. Wilson, C. Everett, D. Bautista, C. Capuano, Loaiza, Otsuka

Post by BMcP »

Bill went from ice cold to en fuego in about a blink of an eye.
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Post by Scooter1027 »

BMcP wrote:Bill went from ice cold to en fuego in about a blink of an eye.


...which is why you can't drop him. I can't believe people were already dropping him.
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Post by alchemy »

I wish the Brewers would drop him, from CF. His fielding is killing my Brewers starters.
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Post by thedude »

Scooter1027 wrote:
BMcP wrote:Bill went from ice cold to en fuego in about a blink of an eye.


...which is why you can't drop him. I can't believe people were already dropping him.


Didn't drop him just traded him for another position of need (of course he heats up right after the trade :-/ ). Even knowing he was going to go a tear i would still make that trade again.
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Post by Scooter1027 »

thedude wrote:
Scooter1027 wrote:
BMcP wrote:Bill went from ice cold to en fuego in about a blink of an eye.


...which is why you can't drop him. I can't believe people were already dropping him.


Didn't drop him just traded him for another position of need (of course he heats up right after the trade :-/ ). Even knowing he was going to go a tear i would still make that trade again.


I wasn't referring to you. Someone else in the thread mentioned dropping him for Aaron Hill.
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Post by baseballspliffs »

I play in a league where we count errors, and he's the team leader in errors. And check this out, courtesy of yahoo.

"Billy's got a bad habit where he's getting the ball in his glove and flipping it out of his glove into his hand," Brewers manager Ned Yost said. "He really needs to work on getting the ball and getting his hand in the glove."


Hopefully he stops "flipping" the ball out. Maybe a case of the butterfingers? I dont watch too much brewers games so if someone could comment on his defense/fielding i appreciate it
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Post by Ender »

He's never played CF before, he's just learning on the job so is gonna make some errors for a while.
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Post by crimson knuckles »

His numbers are better this year than they were at the same point last year...stop panicking
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Post by Loose Circuits »

schmidty wrote: if you see the Brewers are facing a lefty you MUST find a way to get him in your lineup. Halls kills lefties (at least from 2005 on).
good thing I benched both Marcus Giles and Adrian Gonzalez for him against the lefty Wandy :~(
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