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Give Abercrombie the start tomorrow. Send down Reed. Bring up Cepicky or someone from AAA. Once Hermida is back I don't want to see Aguila heading back to the bench.

 

Great job by Dontrelle to settle down. His biggest problem is always in the first few innings. I don't know if he just gets himself over excited and starts or overthrow or what.

 

Bullpen was fantastic today.

 

If Hammer isn't in the 4 spot tomorrow, I'm driving to Florida and punching Girardi in the stomach.

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Carlos Martinez = filthy our future closer IMO.

 

I was down on Aguila in the beginning of the year but he has turned it around. Looking alot better out there.

 

When Hermida comes back our line-up should look like this

 

Ramirez

Uggla

Cabrera

Williangham

Hermida

Jacobs

Aguila or a switch betweem him and Jacobs if Girardi wants the lefty/righty

Olivo

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Carlos Martinez = filthy our future closer IMO.

 

I was down on Aguila in the beginning of the year but he has turned it around. Looking alot better out there.

 

When Hermida comes back our line-up should look like this

 

Ramirez

Uggla

Cabrera

Willingham

Hermida

Jacobs

Aguila or a switch betweem him and Jacobs if Girardi wants the lefty/righty

Olivo

 

 

Looks good to me.

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No way you put Jacobs 6th in the lineup. He's been doing fine the last couple of games. When Hermida comes back:

 

1. Ramirez

2. Uggla

3. Cabs

4. Jacobs

5. Willingham

6. Hermida

7. Aguila

8. Olivo

9. Pitcher

 

Hermida will get so many more RBI's in the 6th hole compared to the 2 spot. However I think Girardi already stated Hermida will be put back into the 2nd hole when he returns.

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Because Andino arguably has no future with the Marlins

 

 

I strongly disagree with you here.

 

Listen, he's good, and he has the potential to be a B player in the Majors, but Hanley Ramirez will be our SS for a long time, and I dont see Uggla going anywhere anytime soon

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Because Andino arguably has no future with the Marlins

 

 

I strongly disagree with you here.

 

Listen, he's good, and he has the potential to be a B player in the Majors, but Hanley Ramirez will be our SS for a long time, and I dont see Uggla going anywhere anytime soon

 

Uggla has impressed me to but Scouts project this guy as a bench player.

 

Andino has gold glove potential, the ability to steal 20-30 bases each year, potential to hit for average and 10-15 HR's and is either 3-4 years younger than Uggla.

 

Andino was arguably our second best hitter in spring training and is currently hitting .321 at the age of 21-22 in AAA.

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