Re: ESPN's Top 10 Teams for 2014
Originally Posted by Johnny Fan
Just watching him play, see his interactions with his team mates, look at how he approaches his job, see what others say about him. I know all touchy feely stuff that numbers guys can't understand. I see Votto, who puts up very good numbers, but will never in my opioion be a great team leader or someone who can put their team on their back and carry them. I see Baliey, who also has put up good numbers, but he will always be a "B" level player to me because he lacks drive and desire that I see in other players. both very good players, but I think their numbers are not a true overall gauge of them as ballplayers.
Your perspicacity in measuring the true value of players and your canny methods leave me truly speechless...
No - I am not from State Farm!