So is not like if he's in a homerun chase or anything. Is true he has huge muscles but still. Anyways the man must want to just play anywhere right now if he was sent down so that they could call up Greg there's a problem.
He would be a nice addition. I think the marlins should try and trade TH for anything and then sign Kapler.
y trade him ? just relase him When you release someone, you have to buy out their contract...they could place him on waivers but someone might claim him...
If you absolutely needed a homerun guy off the bench there's always Robert Stratton on the 'Topes. 25 homeruns already, hits .250 with a .652 slugging percentage. Unfortunately like last year's Preston Wilson, his .OBP is a startling .298.
For the $150,000 he'd cost for the rest of the year, if an extra roster slot opened up (i.e., two catchers not three), it might be fun to watch the guy take his rips.
He was hitting an whopping .224 in Colorado for god sakes.
your judging the guy with 67 at bats? i think that avg is pretty dam good
out of the 67 at batted in, more then 20 of those at bats are PH and comign in at late innings such as past the 7th. i see him as another brad fullmer, batting wise
and no were no going to get him, for g*ds sake, were here thinking of ways to get rid of salary, and you think there going to add
and gabe makes $3,425,000, were never going to get him.
have any of you ever thought, that hollandsworth should stay on the bench, and mckeon should try banks in there most of the week or so and mix it up with fox and chad allen. fox never gets playign time anymore, people have seem to forgot that with the diamondbacks he did play the outfield which made him valuable, infield and outfield