Originally Posted by KronoRed
Someone will pop in to say that it makes the bottom of the order weak, but I disagree and even if it did so what? do we want to continue to see a guy batting cleanup who isn't that great making the last out while Dunn and Kearns wait on deck? I don't.
It's not the batting order. It's the hitters. Too many of them are prone to lengthy slumps and are just not steady hitters. Team has lots of power, but lacks consistent, solid hitters.