Originally Posted by Ironman92
Swing adjustment? You think they waited long enough? Lol
It's not obvious that he's better than he is. He has declined for 3 straight years. He's hitting .224 with a 13% line drive %....beats out a good bit of crap hits.
I can't think of a player in MLB history with more opportunities for continuous play, regardless of offensive ineptness.
I meant for his recent slump, nobody is that bad. It worked with Rolen when he was a .100ish hitter. But yeah, I really have no idea what the meeting was about and we'll never know. If in a couple of weeks we see that it's 50/50 Heisey and Stubbs then we'll know that it was probably to let him know that he was in a straight platoon from now until told otherwise.