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    The Padres lineup

    Just a quick note:

    I knew the Padres didn't have a great offensive team, but Russell Branyan is hitting cleanup for them, and Khalil Greene is their #5 hitter, and he's sporting a .267 OBP. . I fail to see how they could not take part in the Dunn chase. A lineup that poor isn't going to go very far in the playoffs, if they even get that far (but man I'd kill to have their pitching!).

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    Re: The Padres lineup

    Quote Originally Posted by cincrazy View Post
    (but man I'd kill to have their pitching!).
    So would Don King.

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    Re: The Padres lineup

    Others see that fit too.

    http://thegameofbaseball.blogspot.co...what-cost.html

    Anyone know the Padres system well enough to propose a fair return?
    I have a love-hate relationship with Albert Pujols. Mostly hate.

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    Re: The Padres lineup

    I also noticed that they called up Chase Headley yesterday. I wonder if they're auditioning him for a potential trade, maybe in part of a deal for Dunn.

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    Re: The Padres lineup

    I know a bit about their farm, and they really don't have any attractive arms if that's what we're looking for. Matt Antonelli is a pretty attractive bat, and plays second. Chad Huffman is pretty decent too

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    Re: The Padres lineup

    Quote Originally Posted by cincrazy View Post
    Just a quick note:

    I knew the Padres didn't have a great offensive team, but Russell Branyan is hitting cleanup for them, and Khalil Greene is their #5 hitter, and he's sporting a .267 OBP. . I fail to see how they could not take part in the Dunn chase. A lineup that poor isn't going to go very far in the playoffs, if they even get that far (but man I'd kill to have their pitching!).

    And Branyan won the game with a solo homerun.


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