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1 - Because Votto got a late start, he's going to have to play until he's quite old to pile up HoF numbers.
Votto -9/801 games
Edgar -18/2,055 games
Miggy -13/1,582 games
[Cabrera's] tremendous bat is offset by ... terrible baserunning
Both Edgar and Votto look substantially better in other phases of the game
seem to stumble across marty b8tching about votto's rbi total and his approach at the plate
I know some of you out there in primate-land must work or have worked in the past in the financial arena - have you ever heard of a tip about the fundamentals of a company or investing that continues to pay off again and again over a 30 year period - and that is widely available to the general public - and yet gets ignored by a large segment of the population that refuses to believe it?
Some sportswriters, broadcasters and possibly the Royals don't understand the basic value of OBP, but the market clearly does not undervalue it.
The year Joey was in Sarasota was the year that Dan O'Brien decreed that all players below AA were not allowed to swing at the first pitch of an at-bat, no exceptions.
I had no idea Votto was this good or that he'd been in the majors this long. I remember him as a prospect back when i paid more attention to prospects and the National League. Time flies.
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