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re: Braswell @the plate

Posted on 2/23/24 at 8:05 am to
Posted by KC Tiger
Member since Sep 2006
4617 posts
Posted on 2/23/24 at 8:05 am to
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Nope. I’m the guy that played 4 years of D1 college baseball.


You know why I don’t believe you…..

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Didn’t we play Northern Illinois. I didn’t even know they played baseball
Posted by IM_4_LSU
Augusta, GA
Member since Mar 2014
8993 posts
Posted on 2/23/24 at 11:01 am to
Was really happy for him, but he still has a frame that could add more weight to generate more power in that 6'2 frame of his.
Posted by Basinhunterfisher
Member since Feb 2018
241 posts
Posted on 2/23/24 at 11:19 am to
He only hit .250 ish last year so it not like he was a world beater last at the plate, hopefully he does better.
Posted by SouthEndzoneTiger
Louisiana
Member since Mar 2008
10591 posts
Posted on 2/23/24 at 11:54 am to
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He only hit .250 ish last year so it not like he was a world beater last at the plate, hopefully he does better.


That's probably about average for a good SS. You don't come across an A-Rod very often. Hell, Ozzy Smith batted .262 and is in the HOF. I bet some years, or parts of a season he batted below .250. You think he was ever in danger of being benched? Now before you try to say I'm comparing Braswell to Ozzy, I'm not. I'm just using a batting avg example for the position.
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