Crawford = Vernon Wells??

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    So yes, my opinion is that the OP is nuts.  Boom.
     
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    In Response to Re: Crawford = Vernon Wells??:
    [QUOTE]Ah but the difference is that I expect him to get the average up to .290.  Just like I expect Crawford to continue to climb.  Based on your arguement, everything is an opinion until November.  If Tex hits .250 for the year, that would make me happy but I don't expect it.

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    Didn't he hit .250 last year? Did you expect it? What did your "tangible numbers" show you last spring training?

     
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    compare jeter contract to crawford.  thanks to god we have the crawford contract.
     
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    Well should give some money back to ownership...

     
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    No I did not expect it.  However, when he started out hitting .150, I certainly didn't expect him to stay there.  And he didn't.  He got hot and that brought him up to more respectable numbers.  That is the same trajectory I expect for Crawford this season.  Will I be surprised if he doesn't reach his career norms this year?  No, because of the rough start.  You are proving my point, not yours with the Tex argument.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Crawford = Vernon Wells?? : But again still an opinion. Tex is the perfect example. The "tangible numbers" before he signed with the Yanks suggested a player that would hit around .290, but yet he's a .250 hitter now. So your "tangible numbers" opinion is no more valid than anyone else's opinion.
    Posted by --The--Babe---[/QUOTE]

         Yeah...but it's a "hard" .250, with over 30 homeruns, a good OBP (lots of walks), and well over 100 rbi. I'd gladly take that type of production from Crawford.
     
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    [QUOTE]No I did not expect it.  However, when he started out hitting .150, I certainly didn't expect him to stay there.  And he didn't.  He got hot and that brought him up to more respectable numbers.  That is the same trajectory I expect for Crawford this season.  Will I be surprised if he doesn't reach his career norms this year?  No, because of the rough start.  You are proving my point, not yours with the Tex argument.

    Posted by jimdavis[/QUOTE]

    But yet here is Tex still hitting .250, which is what he is now. That proves my point that what a baseball players stats are on the back of his card doesn't mean that's what he'll produce this year or next.

     

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