Could Jacoby Ellsbury become the best player in the game within the next few years?

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    [QUOTE]Meanwhile Granderson has had a dramatic spike in power but that is not in any way suspicious!  What a hypocrite!
    Posted by william93063[/QUOTE]
    Many forecasted 40+ homerun seasons for Curtis Granderson after he was traded from Detroit to the far more hitter-friendly confines of Yankee Stadium. Granderson's 2010 homerun total of 24 may prove to be the aberration.
     
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    A recent photo of Babe at home taking a break from a hard day of trolling.

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Could Jacoby Ellsbury become the best player in the game within the next few years? : Umm...Granderson's previous high was 30 in a less hitter friendly park than Yankee Stadium. That's not a "dramatic spike" Think much before you post?
    Posted by (-)TheBabe(-)[/QUOTE]
    True that, but what about my earlier question about Jeter's first four seasons ... 10-10-19-24?
    Or Bernie Williams ... 12-12-18-29. Or Matsui, who went from 16 in his rookie year to 31.
    Again, I'm not suggesting any of them juiced. But it does illustrate how power numbers can fluctuate, especially in the early stages of a career.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Could Jacoby Ellsbury become the best player in the game within the next few years? : True that, but what about my earlier question about Jeter's first four seasons ... 10-10-19-24? Or Bernie Williams ... 12-12-18-29. Or Matsui, who went from 16 in his rookie year to 31. Again, I'm not suggesting any of them juiced. But it does illustrate how power numbers can fluctuate, especially in the early stages of a career.
    Posted by LloydDobler[/QUOTE]

    Yeah, Babe often accuses Sawx fans of being homers but his own homer hat is really showing on this one.
     
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    [QUOTE]I find it funny that Babe starts accusing Ellsbury of using steroids.  What a little sour puss.
    Posted by SoxPatsCelts1988[/QUOTE]

    About as funny as you starting a thread in regard to Ellsbury becoming the best player in the game.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Could Jacoby Ellsbury become the best player in the game within the next few years? : Many forecasted 40+ homerun seasons for Curtis Granderson after he was traded from Detroit to the far more hitter-friendly confines of Yankee Stadium. Granderson's 2010 homerun total of 24 may prove to be the aberration.
    Posted by hill55[/QUOTE]everyone except Granderson...Tongue out
     

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