So obviously he's no longer a potential steal or a hidden secret stowed away in Petco Park. He exploded some very real power this year, rare not only for a 3B in today's game, but period.
He gets on base a ton, and statistically he's a good fielder. He's under control two more years as well. I think he could legitimately change the lineup completely.
I wouldn't trade Billy Hamilton or Robert Stephenson and only one of Cingrani or Corcino, but beyond that I would probably be willing to go any 4 maybe even 5 prospects for him.
Leake, Corcino, Lotzkar, Gregorius, Y. Rodriguez
I would probably start with that and see where it got me.
They don't think it be like it is, but it do.
Originally Posted by Larry Schuler
He has also taught me that even when the Reds win it is important to focus on the fact that they could have lost.