Re: A Realistic Look at 2011: Part II
posted at 5/9/2011 4:31 PM EDT
bump........ Slav, you are dodging, and I can't blame you.....Gold Gloves prove nothing, except for maybe the voters have about as absurd reasoning skills as you.
Jeter has never been a good fielder... ever.
However, in his prime, he was better than Lowrie is now.
Gold gloves prove more than nothing, which, without a doubt, proves the voters have more than your idiot's level of intelligence.
Coaches and managers vote for gold glove winners. But they couldn't possibly know as much as an old Slav, could they?
Jeter has always been a good fielder. To make the statement that he has never been a good fielder is a reflection of just how out to lunch you are.
Catatonic response is a mental disease, so your well being would require therapy. As a fellow man, I care deeply about your mental health.
What we have is a poster who has made the following claims:
1. Jeter has never been a good fielder
2. Managers and Coaches (who can't vote for their own players) voting for gold glove winners ends with gold glove awards that mean "nothing".
One of the best SS in MLB history has been lucky with the voting from other managers and coaches for the following years he has won all of these meaningless gold gloves (they mean nothing because Jeter has never, ever been a good defensive SS, according to Slav):
2004 Gold Glove (votes from coaches and managers from other teams)
2005 Gold Glove (votes from coaches and managers from other teams)
2006 Gold Glove (votes from coaches and managers from other teams)
2009 Gold Glove (votes from coaches and managers from other teams)
2010 Gold Glove (votes from coaches and managers from other teams)
Total Gold Gloves = 5 For the never, ever a good defensive SS
Only Ozzie Smith, Luis Aparacio, Omar Vizquel & Mark Belanger have been luck and won more gold gloves than Derek Jeter
This means "nothing", and Jeter was still never, ever, ever, ever a good defensive SS, according to Slav;)
One of the signature great defensive plays in the visual media era of MLB history, is this play, by a man who was "never a good defensive SS":www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VC73LP037o&feature=related
">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VC73LP037o&feature=relatedSlav, there isn't anything
realistic about this thread of