Re: Is Heisey now the incumbent?
I fear Stubbs may see worse before he sees better. According to the article quoted, he was asked to adjust his approach. Last night he didn't strike out, but hit three weak grounders and a pop-up.
Many here have argued that he is what he is and if allowed to swing hard and try to run into one, he'll me more productive than if they try to convert him into a slap hitter. We'll see how this adjustment works.
Dusty has decided that Stubbs is the guy and he'll get most of the playoff starts, IMO.
Many of us don't agree (always thought Heisey was a better option), but it will be so.