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27 minutes ago, sportsfan8703 said:

Sardinas offers more versatility than Janish.  Switch Hitter.  Faster.  Pinch runner option late in games.  Janish is basically a lesser version of Hardy.  

That's the meanest thing I've ever read. 

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1 hour ago, sportsfan8703 said:

Sardinas offers more versatility than Janish.  Switch Hitter.  Faster.  Pinch runner option late in games.  Janish is basically a lesser version of Hardy.  

.510 vs RHP, .711 vs LHP. "Switch hitter" in name only.

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50 minutes ago, LA2 said:

.510 vs RHP, .711 vs LHP. "Switch hitter" in name only.

Ouch.  Just turned 24 8 days ago.  Two time top 100 prospect(13'-14').  He was pretty rushed to the majors.  Career .578 OPS.  Said thing is, he's probably a better bet to post a higher OPS than Hardy(.528) the rest of the year.  

I don't know how long Flaherty is going to be out for, but this could be our Utility guy of the future.  

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Just now, Frobby said:

Good move considering that Janish has to go through waivers when Flaherty comes back, and doesn't have to accept an assignment back to Norfolk.     

They probably thought that might be an issue and this is pre-emptive?

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