Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's "Proven"

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    Would Bradley Jr, Ellsbury, Victorino be the best defensive outfield in baseball?  Warrants some thought.

     

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Would Bradley Jr, Ellsbury, Victorino be the best defensive outfield in baseball?  Warrants some thought.

     



    Definitely exciting to think about.  The only thing less than awesome about the scenario is having Bradley play left instead of center, which, if he makes the squad, is surely how it will play out.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Would Bradley Jr, Ellsbury, Victorino be the best defensive outfield in baseball?  Warrants some thought.

     

     



    Definitely exciting to think about.  The only thing less than awesome about the scenario is having Bradley play left instead of center, which, if he makes the squad, is surely how it will play out.

     




    Exactly. With Ellsbury's less than stellar arm he's the guy I'd want to see in LF.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Would Bradley Jr, Ellsbury, Victorino be the best defensive outfield in baseball?  Warrants some thought.

     

     



    Definitely exciting to think about.  The only thing less than awesome about the scenario is having Bradley play left instead of center, which, if he makes the squad, is surely how it will play out.

     

     




    Exactly. With Ellsbury's less than stellar arm he's the guy I'd want to see in LF.

     



    I wonder what Boras would think of that!

     
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    The only thing less than awesome

    Space, your prose is so good. Tommy Boy would be so proud of you.



    Thank you counselor.  That was totally awesome of you to recognize my way with words.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Would Bradley Jr, Ellsbury, Victorino be the best defensive outfield in baseball?  Warrants some thought.

     

     



    Definitely exciting to think about.  The only thing less than awesome about the scenario is having Bradley play left instead of center, which, if he makes the squad, is surely how it will play out.

     

     




    Exactly. With Ellsbury's less than stellar arm he's the guy I'd want to see in LF.

     

     



    I wonder what Boras would think of that!

     




    Since JBJ is one of his clients too, I doubt if he'd have a problem with it. He has to be wondering if he'll get a payday at all with Ells at this point. Especially after the Kyle Lohse experience this winter.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    The only thing less than awesome

    Space, your prose is so good. Tommy Boy would be so proud of you.

     



    Thank you counselor.  That was totally awesome of you to recognize my way with words.

     

    DAD just called to tell me I was right about Bradley & IGGY  !!! All in a days work !!!


     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Would Bradley Jr, Ellsbury, Victorino be the best defensive outfield in baseball?  Warrants some thought.

     

     



    Definitely exciting to think about.  The only thing less than awesome about the scenario is having Bradley play left instead of center, which, if he makes the squad, is surely how it will play out.

     

     




    Exactly. With Ellsbury's less than stellar arm he's the guy I'd want to see in LF.

     

     



    I wonder what Boras would think of that!

     



    Who cares what Boras thinks? He has about as much say as to how the Sox get run as I do.

    Besides, any good agent - and Boras is definitely a good agent - would know how to spin this.

     

    "My client is versatile and will do anything to help the team. You can't put a price on that. Luckily for you, I can and have run some numbers. "

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Would Bradley Jr, Ellsbury, Victorino be the best defensive outfield in baseball?  Warrants some thought.

     

     



    Definitely exciting to think about.  The only thing less than awesome about the scenario is having Bradley play left instead of center, which, if he makes the squad, is surely how it will play out.

     

     




    Exactly. With Ellsbury's less than stellar arm he's the guy I'd want to see in LF.

     

     



    I wonder what Boras would think of that!

     

     



    Who cares what Boras thinks? He has about as much say as to how the Sox get run as I do.

     

    Besides, any good agent - and Boras is definitely a good agent - would know how to spin this.

     

    "My client is versatile and will do anything to help the team. You can't put a price on that. Luckily for you, I can and have run some numbers. "




    Good point.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Larry, too, says Bradley is proven. Same, for Curly.

       Larry ?? LARRY LUCCIANNO'$  ?????????????

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Would Bradley Jr, Ellsbury, Victorino be the best defensive outfield in baseball?  Warrants some thought.

     

     



    Definitely exciting to think about.  The only thing less than awesome about the scenario is having Bradley play left instead of center, which, if he makes the squad, is surely how it will play out.

     

     




    Exactly. With Ellsbury's less than stellar arm he's the guy I'd want to see in LF.

     

     



    I wonder what Boras would think of that!

     



    Arent they both Boras clients, haha?  Or was that your point?

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Larry, too, says Bradley is proven. Same, for Curly.



    I've actually been hearing Victorino as a comparison for Bradley.  I dont like the comparison (Bradley is a much better contact hitter, Vic has more power), but Ive heard it.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Larry, too, says Bradley is proven. Same, for Curly.

     



    I've actually been hearing Victorino as a comparison for Bradley.  I dont like the comparison (Bradley is a much better contact hitter, Vic has more power), but Ive heard it.

     



    i'd say JBJ is a lot like jacoby but with less speed and a cannon arm. Great defender, sprays the ball to all fields, contact hitter, will be a great leadoff guy.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Larry, too, says Bradley is proven. Same, for Curly.

     



    I've actually been hearing Victorino as a comparison for Bradley.  I dont like the comparison (Bradley is a much better contact hitter, Vic has more power), but Ive heard it.

     

     



    i'd say JBJ is a lot like jacoby but with less speed and a cannon arm. Great defender, sprays the ball to all fields, contact hitter, will be a great leadoff guy.

     




    And like Jacoby, his splits vs LH and RHP are solid. his K/BB raito is great as well.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Larry, too, says Bradley is proven. Same, for Curly.

     



    I've actually been hearing Victorino as a comparison for Bradley.  I dont like the comparison (Bradley is a much better contact hitter, Vic has more power), but Ive heard it.

     

     



    i'd say JBJ is a lot like jacoby but with less speed and a cannon arm. Great defender, sprays the ball to all fields, contact hitter, will be a great leadoff guy.

     

     




    And like Jacoby, his splits vs LH and RHP are solid. his K/BB raito is great as well.

     



    JBJ will probably end up being a better OBP guy than Ells, Jacoby doesn't draw a ton of walks but he makes up for it by having a high average. JBJ could end up having a high average AND draw a ton of walks.

    i really hope we can keep these 2 on our team for years to come

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Bradley wil struggle, at times, at the plate. He will also makes some rookie mistakes in the field. However, he will get better with experience and we will give this team a huge boost in energy and leadership from a positive attitude and understanding of team sports.



    Good post.  I think this is spot on outlook.

     
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    Re: Shane: Bradley is not just ready, he's

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    Do you have a tatoo on the back of your left hand that says " Value and Fit" and "$150 mil.?"




    There's that sense of humor you keep talking about. :-)

     
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