Still no RHH OF support?

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    Re: Still no RHH OF support?

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Still no RHH OF support? : exactly. and just because a guy has been in the minors for awhile doesn't mean he still can't get better each year and be major league good... sometimes a change a scenery, mixed with different coaches and team mates can make you play better would you not agree? in the offseason they had aviles play OF in the winter leagues. he certainly could play it if we needed him to. we definitely don't want to lose his bat from the lineup. gosh why are you guys so skeptical? think OUTSIDE the box
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    You can think outside the box, but you still have to have data to support your decision.  Could I play for the RS with the right coaching?  I doubt it.

    Ciriaco has never hit.  In his last minor league, at age 25, he had a ridiculously bad 49/5 K/W.  The year before he had a 74/12, and 71/16.
     
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    Re: Still no RHH OF support?

    DMac had an .800+ OPS vs LHPs since joining the Sox. 

    That's his role, and he does it well. 

    Stop the small-sample judgements.

    The 3-run HR by Ross is enough to change your mind in an instant? 

    Is DMac a 4 for 5 night away from a flip-flop?
     
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