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    • I think that characterization is a little misleading. What does that mean, really? Is it that he projects to an average major league CF with speed? I would take that. 
    • And from everything I've heard or read about him, he was a first class person as well as a great baseball man. 
    • You're definitely not the only one. Barely played in 2019, got mono. No season all of last year. Delayed season in 2021. His development is really behind, IMO. Luckily he's supposed to be a natural at everything, but we simply haven't seen him play pro ball for anything but an extremely miniscule amount of time.  He needs to play a ton, and he needs to hit. Kind of tired of reading about his receiving, his maturity, his ability to work with pitchers, etc. Those are great but not why he was a #1 pick. I want to see him hit the cover off of the ball with regularity. 
    • Reportedly hit 98 so the velocity is already back to mid-season shape.
    • o   The first time that I read about Joe Altobelli was in my older brother's 1977 Complete Handbook of Baseball, which I read about 30 times. At the time, he was the manager of the San Francisco Giants. He may have gotten the NL Manager of the Year Award in 1978 when the Giants went 89-73, if the award had existed at the time. It was the franchise's first winning season since 1973. At 88 years-old, he didn't get cheated out of his years.   o
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