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Marlins, Brewers Scouting White Sox

According to Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune, the Marlins and Brewers have been scouting the White Sox lately.

Gonzales believes the Marlins may be looking at Triple A center fielder Brian Anderson.  He mentions that the Fish have been fans of BA for quite a while.  Anderson is currently a member of the Charlotte Knights, but did not play in today's blowout against Pawtucket.  Anderson is 25 now and hitting just .239/.302/.364 in Triple A.  A fresh start in a new organization could help.

Gonzales says the Brewers have been scouting Chicago's pitching.  Not sure how a team that just demoted Yovani Gallardo to the bullpen would be in need of pitching, but you can never have too much. 


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brian anderson would be our best defensive player

but can he ever put up better then a 250/300/300 line even?

seems a band aid and a poor one at that.

I don't remember his exact numbers, but after starting off so poorly last season, I think that he was near .250. You can't even include this year, as he had like 19 at bats over the course of a month or so, so it's hard to hit well with that limited time.
Granted, he didn't help himself by going down to AAA and hitting poorly, but I think he can still be a capable player, and I'd hate to see KW give him away for nothing because Ozzie doesn't like him

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