Abreu brings momentum. He batted .347 at Las Vegas with a .397 on-base percentage and .503 slugging percentage. If he performs well, Abreu eventually could supplant Juan Pierre and his subpar on-base percentage at the top of the batting order.Story Link: LA Times:
"Reports from scouts within and outside our organization said he was one of the best players in the [Pacific Coast League], if not the best player," Little said.
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Our future 2nd baseman is here to show us a little bit of our future.