So when did he hurt his hand? Could this possibly explain why he was great for two months and then garbage all the way through October? I like that explanation a lot more than, "he's washed up".
I think this hand thing is potentially good news. If he has a fixable injury, BP could be back to his more productive self.
It's better than being over the hill or "done". Or on the downside with a bloated contract.
Hope BP gets a good report and he's back to full strength.
BTW, BP is 2 years older than Choo.
I think hoping a .735 hitter will bounce back from a .700 season is tilting at all kinds of windmills.
Last edited by Falls City Beer; 10-23-2013 at 09:46 PM.
Tired of bp playing through injury to the detriment of his bat.
BP seems to be getting more frail as he ages which is concerning. Reds should count on him for 130-135 starts assuming he is back in 2014 - unless he finds that Big Papi magic age-machine potion...