Re: Hal - what's wrong and what's right
Originally Posted by TRF
Really? All three have had a mixed bag of results at the major league level. How would you evaluate them?
Estimate their true skill level, bring them in and watch them to make sure they haven't fallen off a cliff/you're estimate is sound then pick the one that fits your needs best regardless of their spring stats-even if he hit .93/.125/.111 and a guy you've estimated to be a lesser player or poorer fit hit .567/.765/1.344.
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