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In 2012 I had the pleasure of watching Stanton homer in a rehab game with the Hammerheads which drove in his teammates Yelich and Ozuna, I thought the Marlins could be exciting to watch for the next several years. I can't say this is the best outfield in the Majors at this time, but given some more development and health and oh yeah keeping all three! It could easily be one of the best in all of baseball for at least the next 6-7 years.

I also like Pittsburgh's with McCutchen, Polanco and either Harrison or Marte, more than most teams out there.

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I like Calhoun. He has slimmed down a lot since his ASU days

 

Spike actually likes a baseball player? Hory sheit.

 

Calhoun is a pretty good player, good arm, too. Wonder if Hamilton will ever come back around and be able to play like he did before. Probably not.

 

 

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http://glenngeffner.mlblogs.com/2014/08/23/stat-of-the-day-august-23-at-col/

 

Marlins OF in 2014

 

WAR #2 in MLB at 12.2 (LAA, 12.3)

HR #2 in MLB with 61 (COL, 63)

RBI #1 in MLB with 216

AVG #4 in MLB at .277 (COL, .284; PIT, .280; BAL, .278)

OBP #1 in MLB at .354

SLG #2 in MLB at .468 (COL, .475)

OPS #1 in MLB at .819

BB #1 in MLB with 177

 

 

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