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Thursday, August 25, 2005

There Was No Game Today

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And so I was forced to blog at BtB, read it here.

3 Comments:

Blogger LynchMob said...

Thanks for the analysis ... Miguel Cabrera is amazing ... if he's ever a free agent, he's on the short-list of guys I'd break the bank for (ala what the Giants did when they signed Bonds from the Pirates) ...

1:35 PM, August 26, 2005  
Blogger LynchMob said...

re: your obsession with the Winning Machine that is Dave Roberts, here's a Q&A from BP ...

Velez (Miami): Will the Whitesox coming back down to earth around the same time that Podnesick got hurt further people overvaluing him? Obviously, I know the answer to this, but I would like you to comment on it regardless.

James Click: Probably. People love to evaluate players by a team's record with and without the player in question. It's a terrible method of evaulation and if any of that perceived value rubs off on the players, Kenny Williams would be wise to move him as fast as possible.

3:49 PM, August 26, 2005  
Blogger Kevin Brewer said...

Padres manager Bruce Bochy acknowledged that he decided to make Nady the Padres' full-time first baseman on the club's last road trip. Nady had been splitting time with left-hander hitting Mark Sweeney since the club traded 1B Phil Nevin to Texas for RHP Chan Ho Park on July 29. "X has been getting some good at-bats against some tough right-handers. I think he has made a lot of progress and has done a pretty nice job. I've let him go down there." Nady is hitting .262 with 13 homers and 41 RBIs in only 271 at-bats. Sweeney, hitting .354 as a pinch hitter, has a .326 batting average with eight home runs and 33 RBIs.

6:37 PM, August 28, 2005  

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