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I never really thought that trade with LA last year could possibly make these dividends.? I mean don't forget that clutch hit Lo Duca had subbing in for Treanor in the 7th.

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Not to change the subject of the thread but who did we give up? Penny and who else?

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Choi....hated to see him go....but would much rather have Delgado.

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I never really thought that trade with LA last year could possibly make these dividends. I mean don't forget that clutch hit Lo Duca had subbing in for Treanor in the 7th.

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Not to change the subject of the thread but who did we give up? Penny and who else?

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Choi, Bill Murphy(I think)

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I never really thought that trade with LA last year could possibly make these dividends. I mean don't forget that clutch hit Lo Duca had subbing in for Treanor in the 7th.

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Not to change the subject of the thread but who did we give up? Penny and who else?

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Choi and Bill Murphy from AA.

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I never really thought that trade with LA last year could possibly make these dividends.? I mean don't forget that clutch hit Lo Duca had subbing in for Treanor in the 7th.

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Not to change the subject of the thread but who did we give up? Penny and who else?

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Choi and Bill Murphy from AA.

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Thanks :)

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All indications thus far are that he's going to break out this season. We don't need to base this entirely on the fact that he's hit 2 Grand Slams in the first week, but from the fact that he's been extremely patient at the plate and has gotten a fair number of walks. If you only swing at strikes you're going to live up to your talent. It's that simple. If he keeps being patient, .280-.300, 25-30hr, and 100-110 RBI are not out of the question.

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Where's all the hate now? :brigginbounce

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Well... this series he was getting too cocky and swinging at the first pitch he saw and balls out of the zone. Made great contact though. Nearly every hit was a line drive. No cheapies. Hopefully he'll revert back to the more patient approach he had against the Braves.

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