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    I wonder if Mabry will become the hitting coach, or if they find someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    His whole family lives in LA, so it's not a total shocker. I guess good for him, but it hurts a tiny bit.
    Who do you think becomes the Cards hitting coach?
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    Maybe he will be the righty to compliment Ethier and Crawford. Or maybe him and Mattingly can platoon off the bench

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiants5518 View Post
    Who do you think becomes the Cards hitting coach?
    Lol, as I made my other post.


    I think John Mabry would be the most logical choice, but I'd personally like to do something a little off the wall


    Hire Berkman to be the hitting coach, and if he ever feels healthy enough, he can become activated and play, with incentive pay. If he doesn't feel well enough, then he is the hitting coach.

    Better than coaching at Rice, and he is the most experienced, knowledgeable hitter I can recall. No way we come back in 2011 without his highly professional at bats.

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    Damn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    Lol, as I made my other post.


    I think John Mabry would be the most logical choice, but I'd personally like to do something a little off the wall


    Hire Berkman to be the hitting coach, and if he ever feels healthy enough, he can become activated and play, with incentive pay. If he doesn't feel well enough, then he is the hitting coach.

    Better than coaching at Rice, and he is the most experienced, knowledgeable hitter I can recall. No way we come back in 2011 without his highly professional at bats.
    Who's the AAA hitting coach?
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    I wouldn't mind him teaching our guys how to not get caught juicing.

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    I actually like this move for the Dodgers.

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    Family first...

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    Also went to USC. Cardinals were a solid hitting team while he was the hitting coach...hopefully he can help wake up the bats for LAD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Pretty sure they already had two hitting coaches randomly enough, so they probably just stick with the other guy (Mabry I believe it was).
    Mabry was the assistant hitting coach, I assume he logically gets the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiants5518 View Post
    Who's the AAA hitting coach?
    It was Mark Baduska, but I don't know if he keeps the job honestly (in Memphis) even.

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    Cardinals should hire Edmonds

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    Some former Cards I would like to see interviewed:
    Willie McGee
    Jim Edmonds
    Ray Lankford
    Mark Sweeney (why not join him with Mabry)
    JD Drew
    Andres Galarraga

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    I liked big mac as hitting.coach, he teaches.plate discipline. I agree with Jeffy though.about.berkman, cardinals like having two hitting coaches or.promote mabry.from assistant

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