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Thread: Hmm.. have we all gave up on Giambi and Delgado too soon?

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    Hmm.. have we all gave up on Giambi and Delgado too soon?

    Both are hitting well...
    Last edited by Tyler Durden; 05-10-2008 at 05:20 PM.

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    I want to see Giambi get that average somewhere near respectability before I admit I gave up on him too fast. He's still only at .183 or something like that.

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    **** Giambi and his average, if Cano doesnt Wake up and stay up, we are in trouble.

    I almost didn't draft him in my fantasy league because Larry Bowa played a huge role in Cano working out, and staying on top of stuff. I didn't buy into all that and thought he'd be solid.

    But Cano, Haffner, Rollins, and Granderson have been huge fantasy players for me this year

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    No.

    I still want Giambi gone. He's a streaky hitter now. His hot streak now isn't worth the periods that he has where he hits 4 homers and 2 singles in an entire month. Not to mention that he is a butcher defensively and is a complete clod on the basepaths.

    We don't need a star at 1st. Just get me a guy that can play a little defense, is a little more consistent at the plate (he can hit .250 for all I care), and can go first to third in under 10 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guido Monzino View Post
    No.

    I still want Giambi gone. He's a streaky hitter now. His hot streak now isn't worth the periods that he has where he hits 4 homers and 2 singles in an entire month. Not to mention that he is a butcher defensively and is a complete clod on the basepaths.

    We don't need a star at 1st. Just get me a guy that can play a little defense, is a little more consistent at the plate (he can hit .250 for all I care), and can go first to third in under 10 minutes.

    you already had doug, but you guys weren't happy with him.

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    Giambi's got a .336 OBP and a .473 SLG. Both those numbers are pretty amazing given his .183 batting average.

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