Better pitching stats than any other rookie on a sub-par team. Plus played the role of stopper too many times for a rookie. As one expert (Can't remember who) said, it's easier to put up good numbers on a good team than it is to on a bad team.
Post by samuellsamson on Oct 1, 2007 14:52:10 GMT -5
Delmon Young has started to look like the guy everyone expected him to be, though the strikeouts are a worry. I chose little Dusty - after a slow April his hitting has been consistent and timely, and his D and general hustle have made him a joy to watch.