Discussion in 'Professional Sports' started by bogeyman, Feb 13, 2019.

  1. judzeehawk

    judzeehawk Well-Known Member

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  2. bogeyman

    bogeyman Well-Known Member

    Just a quick glance looks like he averages around 150 Ks a year the last 5 or so. Which is the same # Baez, Bryant and Schwarb had this year. He had a nice hot streak for the Cubs but he isn't a "contact" hitter by any means. Much of it depends on how much salary he is demanding, but I just think we have bigger needs at the moment.
  3. judzeehawk

    judzeehawk Well-Known Member

    Cubs have the market cornered on striking out. I guess if you strike out a lot you can be a Cub! Not picking up Hamels leaves another void in the rotation to fill along with like 6 in the pen. Got some work to do there for sure.
  4. chucktownhawk

    chucktownhawk Well-Known Member

  5. judzeehawk

    judzeehawk Well-Known Member