Re: Tony Campana DFA'd
His minor league numbers suggest that he could be a better player than he's shown in his brief major league career, but still, I don't think he has a place on this team. His bat's still weak. His minor league obp was better, but I haven't checked how that broke down. I just don't see that a guy who is at best a question mark with no power can help this team.
I like players that hustle, but I like them better if the hustle helps them produce. Look at Freel's best years and you see a good example of this. I don't see Campana measuring up. Let him sign with Florida or Pittsburgh or somebody and see what he can produce there; don't run low-reward experiments in Cincinnati.
Last edited by marcshoe; 02-11-2013 at 10:55 AM.
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