Re: Looking to see who can be centerfield
Originally Posted by MikeS21
I'm still not seeing what the problem is with Josh Hamilton in CF. He has good speed, gets good reads off the bat, has the range to go into the gaps, and has the arm to hold runners from advancing. Other than a few minor, coachable mental mistakes, he's better than average. Hamilton may not win a Gold Glove, but I think he has the ability to become one of the top six or eight CF's in baseball.
It's range issues that will basically prevent Hamilton from being a legitimate center fielder.
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