I can get some nude picks of Boni for you to jerk off to though.[/QUOTE]
thats not an appropriate comment dude, theres young kids that come on this site dude, grow up.
Bonifacio has a career wRC+ of 82, OPS of .671 and a wOBA of .301.
I'm sorry, but Rasmus is simply the better hitter. That doesn't mean he's a good hitter, but he is a better hitter.
EDIT: On a (mostly) unrelated note, does anyone know where I can find OPS+ on fangraphs? I could have sworn I've seen it there before, but now I can't seem to locate it. Thanks to anyone who helps.
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Beeston: "we should be able to support a $140-$150 million payroll and that's the direction that we're headed."
Colby back for 1 year @ $4.675m
"Hey Dad. Whatever. Keep cheering." - Mo' Riles
Rasmus is trade bait at the trade deadline.
I know for a fact that him and John Gibbons are eventually going to duke it out at some point in the season, so its safe to say when that happens, Rasmus will be the first out the door. I say that because Rasmus and La Russa duked it out several times before they traded him here. I see Gibbons and Rasmus fighting eventually.
Rasmus is expendable once Anthony Gose learns to hit...which could possibly be anytime before the trade deadline.
He was an important piece to have last year...however with all the upgrades to our lineup (Melky Cabrera in particular) this offseason, Rasmus isnt quite needed unless Bautista or Cabrera get hurt.