6:40 pm March 1, 2010, by David O'Brien
March 2nd, 20108:11 pm
Hope we have no Chipper bashing at any point this season, he has earned the right to play on his terms now in the later stages of a HOF carrer.
With some days off and if healthy no reason he can’t have a couple good season left. Maybe some hitters around him this season could make a big difference.
Not sure how Troy Glauss will work out but if healthy he could be a big key and a real bargin.
March 2nd, 201010:37 pm
Heres my lineup with players lifetime BA/OBP
SS Escobar .301/.375
2B Prado .307/.360
3B Chipper .307/.406
1B Glaus .255/.359
RF Heyward .323/.408 (minors obviously)
C Brian .293/.356
LF Diaz+Melky .310/.358 +.269/.331
This team is armed. When Heyward or Mc are due to hit 6th, thats a good problem to had…….no way both of them hit higher in the order early in the season.
As the season advances, look for Nate to be traded if Schafer shows up big.
I think By midseason Heyward could be hitting cleanup and Glaus 5th. Its a good thing to have Mc hitting 6th, since he is the catcher. I would not try to hit Nate leading off, in my opinion his not a very dangerous hitter, he might be the weaker hitter of them all (starters), then again, thats a good problem to have, since nate is not a bad hitter. If this was to be our lineup, I have to say I really like our 7th and 8th hitters……..they are not soft cookies. They can become a headache.
Having Yunel and Martin atop the lineup is in my opinion the best we can do, hope Cox notice this.
March 2nd, 201011:21 pm
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