He's a power hitter and thats a piece this team needs. I'm all in.
.320 OBP along w/ .460+ SLG, I take it.
.320 obp isn't good, it's slightly below average.
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And a .429 SLG for someone that biggest tool is power isn't good either.
At least there will always be a steady breeze blowing out of Citi with the fan power. What the major league record for strikeouts?
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He'll be better than anything Jason Bay provided but honestly... Mets need a SERIOUS big time bat in the outfield. Reynolds is not the answer but a poor option.
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But since he's affordable....
He has 35 home run pop, and the Mets need pop.
The problem is dealing with his possible defense in LF and a ton of strikeouts.
He's the ultimate feast or famine type hitter.
Maybe they're looking to sign him cause Duda will be involved in a deal with Dickey. Idk just a thought. He is a guarantee to hit at least 20 HR though. And like YoungStuna said, he might be decent enough out in LF. I would take him for a year and then spend big on one or two of the OFers next offseason