Originally Posted by texasdave
Guess the player. Since September 1st.
71 Plate appearances. 12 singles. 0 Extra base hits. 5 runs scored. 1 run batted in. 27 strike outs (38%). 100% chance of being in the starting lineup in every postseason game.
Think about that. 1 RBI in a month. That works out to 6 in a season. At that rate he would have to play nearly 17 seasons to get to 100 RBIs. LOL.
I believe I'm on record as predicting that he's going to put on a display that will make us old coots forget forever about Reggie Sanders in the 1995 NLCS.
Though I am shocked that he's been dropped to the 8-hole.