Tod Zeille is not God. That's for sure.
years ago there was a ballplayer named Fred Lynn. Played for the Red Sox.
One of the great all-around centerfielders ever. Great defense. Strong
arm. 330 hitter with power. Good speed.
left Boston and went to play for the California Angels as a free agent.
The rest of his career he was a .270 to .280 hitter.
what Fenway Park can do for a ball player.
at Mo Vaughn his first 6 years with Boston. 320 to 330 hitter with power.
Then he goes to.. California Angels. Since then -- 270 to 280 hitter.
half his games at Shea, Vaughn will give the Mets these overall numbers:
35 110 .280
believe in having great pitching, but for some reason, I'd rather have
Vaughn if I'm a Met fan. It'll make Piazza better, and give the Mets a
juggernaught of an offense. Estes replaces Appier.
the way, think about the above the next time you hear someone talking
about how great Garciappara is.
at Yankee Stadium, the short porch doesn't pad HR numbers?
is a Lefty. The Mets will have all lefties in their rotation. That's not
is definitely not God. But, I can't see him in the outfield. Especially if
his elbow is still not good.
pull hitters. Derek Jeter does not make out well, HR wise, playing there.
Shane Spencer makes out well. Yankee stadium is a pitcher's ballpark by
today's standards. Shea is death valley.
is going to the outfield?