Same as last time. I’ll run the results on Thursday night. Assume Descalso spends the whole season in Memphis.
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This from Luhnow’s twitter account: “Tyler Greene hit .360 in the championship of the Venezuela winter league. A great way to end the winter for him.”
I’d like to be optimistic about T. Greene with the Cards in 2011 … but I can’t bring myself to do it. Besides his poor showing to date in the show, he’s been Punto’ed so I don’t think he stands much of a chance to make the 25 man.
I agree. I think that is why CF will be important tool for him to pick up. He can significantly increase his value and lengthen his career if he can play outfield. Guys who can play all 3 IF and OF positions hang around a long time.
If Craig is moved to bench corner IF, it opens up a bench OF spot. Maybe you are right and this is where T. Greene has a chance to make the roster.
With Punto here, I doubt Craig sees much infield time.
I see around a 130 games with a .270 average with a .340 obp and .414 slugging.
If those look suspiciously like his 2010 numbers … well, there’s a reason for that. I expect a bit of improvement in just about everything, but nothing dramatic.
496, 151, 31,4, 9, 70,72
495, 155, 38, 4, 11, 56, 60
Maybe wishful thinking but I’ve been waiting for a breakout from him. Maybe the second time around at AAA will do itl.
450; 128; 34; 3; 11; 52; 46
489, 140, 35, 4, 11, 53, 55
Solid doubles hitter but won’t do much different than the past few years.
520 145 25 2 8 55 45
same as last year, slightly better
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