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His problem, of course, is fielding. No matter how hard I try to twist the stats, I can’t make a case that he’s a good fielder at either shortstop or third base.
Nunez can hit; I would expect him to bat .300 w/a solid OPS and 50 sb if given a chance to be an everyday player.
Gardner could do it if he would play a full season.
I really like Nunez and yearn for him to get a real shot.
Nunez can hit; I would expect him to bat .300 w/a solid OPS and 50 sb if given a chance to be an everyday player. His problem is that he has less defensive skill than any player since Dave Kingman. He absolutely cannot play the infield at an MLB level.
I love Yogi, but is there any evidence an 80-something y.o. Berra is a keen evaluator of talent?
I would trade Daniel Murphy for him and install him as 2B and leadoff hitter. But the Yankees wrecked that by signing Youkalis. I like his combination of quick bat and plus speed.
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