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Who is this year's Jeremy Hermida?


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The only player that could be this year's Hermida would be Cameron Maybin. He is the only player on the team with a lot of promise that hasn't lived up to the hype yet ala Hermida. Even if he doesn't live up to the hype, you won't see the type of heated debates that used to be on here on Hermida about Maybin. Mostly because a lot of fans had more invested in Hermida seeing him come through our system while Maybin is still a relatively new commodity.

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The only player that could be this year's Hermida would be Cameron Maybin. He is the only player on the team with a lot of promise that hasn't lived up to the hype yet ala Hermida. Even if he doesn't live up to the hype, you won't see the type of heated debates that used to be on here on Hermida about Maybin. Mostly because a lot of fans had more invested in Hermida seeing him come through our system while Maybin is still a relatively new commodity.

 

 

Says you. They traded my favorite player to get him and the other useless POS that looks scared/constipated every time he steps on the mound. That being said, I think Maybin will be at least slightly better than HerMIERDA.

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3 games in, far too early. Maybin needs to tweak his defense, but otherwise doing fine. For those that actually watched Gaby play some games, he comes as advertised. Nice bat, not much glove. I would be more concerned with him becoming this year's Boni. His many fans in the area were excited at first but when teams figure out how to pitch him and if he can't or is slow to adjust then their disappointment turns to hatred. Only difference would be that Boni had no real fans here until that first week or so of the regular season. Besides, Gaby is just a stop gap until Logan is ready. I think everyone realizes that.

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3 games in, far too early. Maybin needs to tweak his defense, but otherwise doing fine. For those that actually watched Gaby play some games, he comes as advertised. Nice bat, not much glove. I would be more concerned with him becoming this year's Boni. His many fans in the area were excited at first but when teams figure out how to pitch him and if he can't or is slow to adjust then their disappointment turns to hatred. Only difference would be that Boni had no real fans here until that first week or so of the regular season. Besides, Gaby is just a stop gap until Logan is ready. I think everyone realizes that.

 

 

The difference between Gaby and Bonifacio is that Gaby had actually hit in the minors.

 

I know you don't care about the minors, though.

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.232/.333/.453

 

Not very good, but not very relevant either. It was 95 PA.

 

 

That's not terrible, anyway. A .786 OPS is decent, and maybe around what can be expected from him, although I would think it'd be a higher OBP and lower SLG, but whatever. That'd be a below-average 1B in the NL, but whatever.

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