Rising O's wrote:Young is going to be in his 27th year so its prime time for him. He can play left field and DH, balancing out what I perceive as a need in our offensive line-up. I want certainties heading into 2013, not question marks like Nolan Reimold.
From 2010-2012 Young has hit left handed pitching fairly well.
AB 488 .307 .347 .500 .847
AB 31 .387 .412 .613 1.025 at Camden Yards
I'd offer Young a 2 year deal because he fits our needs for the next two years at the very least. But I have no idea what Young is looking for especially after a good playoff year.
The Orioles were one of the worst teams in 2012 in scoring runs off of left handed pitching. Maybe it was just a coincidence but I'd rather not tempt fate again considering the number of left handed quality pitchers we will have to face.
A_K wrote:I'd give the Orioles all the money in my banking account if it meant they'd promise not to sign Delmon Young.
$27.00 doesn't go that far anymore.
I'm saying, with my $27 and your $13, we might be able to make some progress my man.
birdwatcher55 wrote:That 1.025 at Camden Yards jumps out at me. If we get him for short money on a one year deal, it might be a great move IMHO
Matt P wrote:Don't forget that is against Orioles pitching.
birdwatcher55 wrote:The bad kind prior to 2012???
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