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Re: 30/30

Postby Secret Avatar » Mon Aug 13, 2007 3:10 pm

Agreed that Wright and Hanley have the best chance but I think they'll both fall short. Obviously both will be candidates for 30-30 next year. I would add Upton to the list of candidates for next year as well. He would have made a run at 30-30 this year, I think, if he remained healthy.
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Re: 30/30

Postby willy-t » Mon Aug 13, 2007 3:52 pm

Secret Avatar wrote:Agreed that Wright and Hanley have the best chance but I think they'll both fall short. Obviously both will be candidates for 30-30 next year. I would add Upton to the list of candidates for next year as well. He would have made a run at 30-30 this year, I think, if he remained healthy.


i remember the same being said about a certain delmon young, i dont think Upton will be going 30-30 for a few years yet, it's so tough. Maybe though.
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Re: 30/30

Postby Tommy John » Mon Aug 13, 2007 6:18 pm

What happened to Young being a 20/20 30/30 type of candidate? Do you all think, assuming he is moved up in the order, that next year Young will run more? His power will come naturally
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Re: 30/30

Postby BJSFAN123 » Mon Aug 13, 2007 6:27 pm

willy-t wrote:
Secret Avatar wrote:Agreed that Wright and Hanley have the best chance but I think they'll both fall short. Obviously both will be candidates for 30-30 next year. I would add Upton to the list of candidates for next year as well. He would have made a run at 30-30 this year, I think, if he remained healthy.


i remember the same being said about a certain delmon young, i dont think Upton will be going 30-30 for a few years yet, it's so tough. Maybe though.


Maybe not for a few years but he definetely has 30/30 potential. He hasn't gotten a sb since his injury but I'm sure he will start running again soon or next season.
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Re: 30/30

Postby mrkrab2003 » Mon Aug 13, 2007 7:41 pm

sir ian kinsler would be on this list if he didnt get injured.
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Re: 30/30

Postby Yoda » Tue Aug 14, 2007 2:46 pm

Good thing no one bet me for my house on Shef.
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Re: 30/30

Postby mrkrab2003 » Thu Aug 16, 2007 1:11 am

Yin_Xu88 wrote:
mrkrab2003 wrote:sir ian kinsler would be on this list if he didnt get injured.


Kinsler hasn't done anything since April..


he is still at 15 hr and 15 sb so your point is moot..he is closer than alot of the guys on the intial list.
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Re: 30/30

Postby BJSFAN123 » Thu Aug 16, 2007 2:22 am

I doubt Kinsler would have been close at all, he wasn't running for awhile before going on the dl and his big slump of hrs/sbs would have been too much to make up for.
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