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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

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    He wasn't cordial when he PMed me--I'll say that much.
    Guys you know the drill, take it to the PM's before the Mods have to get involved.
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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Quote Originally Posted by indy_dave00 View Post
    Think the game in Louisville , you want to see is tomorrow , should be Hamilton, Bruce, Votto and Cantu playing with Johnny Cueto pitching unless they change there rotation.
    Cantu mentioned with Hamilton Bruce Votto and Cueto?

    Man, people sure change their minds when guys hit
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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Quote Originally Posted by 11larkin11 View Post
    Cantu mentioned with Hamilton Bruce Votto and Cueto?

    Man, people sure change their minds when guys hit
    MLB 1: 301
    MLB 2: 286 / 28 / 117
    MLB 3: 249 / 14 / 62
    MLB 4: 207 in 58 at-bats ??

    he's been able to hit. he's also an above-average defender at any spot (SS if needed) anywhere on the diamond....

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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Quote Originally Posted by KeyMastur View Post
    he's also an above-average defender at any spot (SS if needed) anywhere on the diamond....
    Interesting. All I've heard is that he's miserable on defense, no matter you put him in the IF (but esp. at SS).

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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Quote Originally Posted by KeyMastur View Post
    MLB 1: 301
    MLB 2: 286 / 28 / 117
    MLB 3: 249 / 14 / 62
    MLB 4: 207 in 58 at-bats ??

    he's been able to hit. he's also an above-average defender at any spot (SS if needed) anywhere on the diamond....
    Oooh, that just killed any steam you might have managed to gain right there. It's fairly common knowledge that his defense is sub-par.
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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    I know, I've always been a fan and think that this is a big steal, even having to deal away Medlock. The only problem I see with him is where to put him, and I could see him playing 1B with Votto in LF if Dunn isnt here, or platooning with Votto at first. Can he catch
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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario-Rijo View Post
    Oooh, that just killed any steam you might have managed to gain right there. It's fairly common knowledge that his defense is sub-par.
    depends who's eyes you're looking through

    when you put him on the "hot corner" it gets hot. i've seen his numbers. he hasn't played 3rd base yet in louisville, only 1st & 2nd (and DH)

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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Actually he ain't been real good at 2B either. 1B I'm willing to wait and see. SS forget it, he may look good based on the stats but it's such a small sample size that nothing has been proven there.

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    Pos   G     PO    A    E   DP    FP   lgFP  RFg  lgRFg  RF9  lgRF9  GS   Inn  
    
    2B* 217    379  520   27  125  .971  .984  4.14  4.46  4.39  4.94  210 1843.3
    3B*  73     40  119   15    8  .914  .956  2.18  2.47  2.42  2.74   69  590.3
    1B*   7     49    3    0    5 1.000  .994  7.43  8.01  9.18  9.41        51.0
    SS*   1      2    2    0    0 1.000  .976  4.00  4.10  5.14  4.50    1    7.0
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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario-Rijo View Post
    Actually he ain't been real good at 2B either. 1B I'm willing to wait and see. SS forget it, he may look good based on the stats but it's such a small sample size that nothing has been proven there.
    which is why he'll stick at 1b / 2b. he's just about equivalent to philips at 2nd (971, 973 vs 977, 981) which is why he'll be a good platoon guy

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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Quote Originally Posted by KeyMastur View Post
    which is why he'll stick at 1b / 2b. he's just about equivalent to philips at 2nd (971, 973 vs 977, 981) which is why he'll be a good platoon guy
    He could be at 1st. But then he has to be a little patient at the plate as well and stop hitting pitchers pitches so much. He does those 2 things and I like him alot, as he has a knack IMO to knock in runs. And we need that from the right side.
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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    He may be the back-up at first in due course; Conine and Hatteberg won't be around forever. If he is bad at defense 2b/ss may not be his ideal positions.

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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    When's Miguel Perez coming back to AAA. I think we really need him to get started playing at a higher level again if he is healthy again. I think he would be a solid backup or AAAA catcher for the Reds, like what Moeller is doing, except better. He needs to get some everyday AB's in AAA too. Or atleast split with Hanigan.

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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    If Perez went to AAA, he would be one of four catchers.

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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    Quote Originally Posted by camisadelgolf View Post
    If Perez went to AAA, he would be one of four catchers.
    Then release two of the older ones. What do you think keymastur?

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    Re: Hamilton to rehab in Louisville

    I'd imagine that Moeller's earning a larger paycheck, so I might release him first. I don't like having three catchers on a team, so I'd probably get rid of whomever's the least of a prospect between Hanigan, Perez, and Jorgensen.


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