Re: Will Josh Hamilton be a starting outfielder in the Reds' future
Perhaps I used a false analogy. I still want to see Hamilton put up a .300 batting average, 30 hrs, and 100 rbis if he is going to be a starting outfielder in Cincinnati. He started off really well, but has not played as well of late.I want him in Cincinnati as a star outfielder, but I am worried he may never be the player he was envisioned to be when he was drafted no.1. With the present outfield situation in Cincinnati,it would take a lot for him to not be a starting outfielder. I suppose I would just like to see some improvement at the plate from him. He has recently become very important in the Reds' scheme of things, and I would like to see him develop into the player we all expect him to be.