Originally Posted by Wheelhouse
Yep. They are not good models for young players. Childish approach to the game. When the team is rid of them you will see better baseball, mark my words.
If that's childish, I'll take a team of toddlers, please. The "mature" Hairston has put up a career line of .260/.329/.367/84. That's a bad line, no way around it. Hairston's not a good player and never has been.