BuckMagic wrote:Reynolds has a solid bat but has no position and his bat is not suitable for DH. Now he has created a clog that prevents guys like Davis to get their full playing time.
dan72 wrote:Guys that play a below average defense, hit .200 with 200 strikeouts are rare....
Zach wrote:Mark Reynolds led this team this year in HR, RBIs, Runs, and OPS.
Zach wrote:I don't understand why people keep saying that Reynolds bat is not suitable for DH. He is a power bat that will get you between 30-40 homeruns every season. If we have people that can get on in front of him then his RBI numbers would be even higher than they were this year. What is your idea of a DH? Guerrero who everyone knew would ground into a double play anytime there was a runner on first but conveniently got his average up by hitting when no one was one? I think that this was a logical risk that has actually turned out well for us. Relief pitching is something easily acquired (look at Strop this year) and while I like Hernandez was a much better risk to send to Arizona than Tillman who still could move to the pen if starting continues to not work out for him. Lets remember Hernandez as a starter before claiming he is leagues above Tillman.
Matt P wrote:I always said when the rumors were swirling that the O's should do everything they can to send Tillman to Arizona and hold on to David Hernandez.
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