JTrea81 Posted January 3, 2011 Share Posted January 3, 2011 Trea, this particular age comparison is just not useful. How established, exactly, was Luke's bat by age 27? Answer: career OPS .557. So you can't say that we should all know everything there is to know about Reimold and Pie by this point. Nolan has had a total of 434 AB so far, and of those he was physically healthy for maybe 200? Felix has had more - 800 - but not two full season's worth, and 250 of those were spread over sporadic AB's with Chi.I have no problem with seeing Pie/Reimold go head to head for LF in spring training, and I don't want Vlad taking at bats away from them. Why stop where we are though? What are we gaining by putting Pie and Reimold out there other than saving money and possibly winning less? Why automatically assume Pie and Reimold are going to turn it around? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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