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    Player A vs Player B

    Player A - 26 Y/O this past season, .239/.329/.389, .318 wOBA, 101 wRC+, -1.1 WAR, 11.1 BB%, 26.1 K%, .150 ISO, 459 PA

    Player B -23 Y/O this past season, .237/.300/.466, .330 wOBA, 107 wRC+, .7 WAR, 4.6 BB%, 26.2 K%, .229 ISO, 130 PA

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    Duda vs. F-Mart.

    I think the 130 PA are telling though.

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    The question who would you rather have right now as a possible RF going forward. Not that any of the 2 has had a great year by any means, but one guys is 24 and the other 27.


    Which brings me to the point that leaving him unprotected was a mistake give all the issues this team has had with outfielders.

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    Yes F-Mart still has a lot of power and potential, but I'll be upset when he actually stays on the field for a whole season and is productive. IMO, they essentially chose Havens and Lutz over him. Can't say that has worked out well so far. But we'll see.

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    They kept Churrasco on the 40 man roster and Batista over him, again an example of bad roster management. Yeah we know all the issues with Martinez inability to stay healthy, but to keep bums like those 2 over a 23 y/o kid with some upside was pretty brutal.

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    The only 2 guys that had a higher OPS+ than Martinez on the Mets were Baxter and Hairston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    They kept Churrasco on the 40 man roster and Batista over him, again an example of bad roster management. Yeah we know all the issues with Martinez inability to stay healthy, but to keep bums like those 2 over a 23 y/o kid with some upside was pretty brutal.
    True.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    The only 2 guys that had a higher OPS+ than Martinez on the Mets were Baxter and Hairston.
    Baxter was a guy they could have easily taken off the 40 man for Martinez... Would that have been the right decision?

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    At the time imo it was not, especially since Baxter was a guy that I thought could get by waivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    At the time imo it was not, especially since Baxter was a guy that I thought could get by waivers.
    I'm confused. Would you have taken Baxter or Martinez? Who would you take now?

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    Before the year I would of taken Martinez over Baxter.

    I think now is a toss up, Baxter has shown to be a little valuable as a back up 4th outfielder, but Martinez still has better upside.

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    Player B's career numbers .209/.274/.373/.647
    Player's A's career numbers .256/.338/.427/.765


    ďNinety percent Iíll spend on good times, women, and Irish whiskey. The other ten percent Iíll probably waste.Ē
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    Honestly I wouldn't mind having Baxter in a platoon over Duda. He gets on base, plays solid defense, has some speed and pop as well. He's a very underrated player that accumulated 1.2 WAR in 211 PA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    Player B's career numbers .209/.274/.373/.647
    Player's A's career numbers .256/.338/.427/.765
    Clay: The Devil's Advocate

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