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blingboy wrote: There is a reasonable chance either Craig or Belran will be hurt or get hurt.If the Cards are going to trade a high level top prospect, I'd hope they would trade from their strength, pitching, rather than from their weakness, position players who rake and hit for power. So, even though Adams has nothing at all left to prove at AAA, I expect him to start there if Craig and Beltran are healthy.
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Posted: 11/1/2012 7:38 AM
pugsleyaddams wrote: The guy can flat out rake! We must not allow his mediocre play when he was up with us for that brief cup of coffee skew our opinions. His time is nearly at hand. If we don't put him over at 1st, somebody else certainly will.
Posted: 11/1/2012 8:31 AM
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Jmodene1 wrote: Plays where? Craig has 1B locked down; Beltran has RF and Taveras is in the wings.
Posted: 11/1/2012 3:01 PM
cardinalnationhouston wrote: pugsleyaddams wrote: The guy can flat out rake! We must not allow his mediocre play when he was up with us for that brief cup of coffee skew our opinions. His time is nearly at hand. If we don't put him over at 1st, somebody else certainly will.O.k Pugs! Brother, Nephew or Cousin? All jokes aside Matt Adams will have a 10 year plus career in MLB. Mark it down. He has more value in the AL though due to his lumbering ways. Guy can and will hit lazers due to his short stroke and power. This guy is a sleeper. Hits with ease and that is rare. I say he plays for Matheny next year with about 300 AB's.
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