Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Wells, Butler, Weeks, Cubs

The Brewers signed Jim Edmonds to a minor-league contract one year ago today, even though the outfielder did not play at all during the 2009 season. He hit a more than respectable .286/.350/.493 with eight homers in 240 plate appearances before being traded to the Reds for Chris Dickerson. All told, the 40-year-old Edmonds hit .276/.342/.504 last season, though he battled oblique and achilles strains.

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6 Responses to Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Wells, Butler, Weeks, Cubs Leave a Reply

  1. jaydubdub 5 years ago

    “Cubs Billy Goat Blog wonders if next year’s Cubs will be better than last year’s.”

    If “last year” is 2010, wouldn’t “next year” be 2012?

  2. MadmanTX 5 years ago

    The Angel blogs are making the Wells for Napoli trade sound sunny while the Rangers blog makes the Napoli for Francisco trade look foolish. The glass is half full…the glass is half empty. Blah. I disagree with the assessment that cutting ties with Frank Francisco is a bad thing. I disagree that there is a void that can only be filled with uncertainty. That gives Frank too much credit. He lost the closer job because he became unreliable and he was “adequate” as a set up guy. A guy with that resume can and will be easily replaced.

  3. BK 5 years ago

    As an Angel fan I just wish “The trade” was never mentioned again.

  4. 0bsessions 5 years ago

    I wish you guys would get around to reporting Matt Fox re-signing with the Red Sox so I can make my “WE HAVE TO GO BACK” joke. I’ve been waiting for hours, and I’m reasonably sure there’s others waiting to make their “this is the move that puts them in the Series!” jokes.

  5. start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

    Especially when you consider Napoli, like most power hitters, has thrived hitting in Texas.

  6. cookmeister 5 years ago

    wouldn’t exactly say he thrives there…. many people have better stats in Arlington than other places but its not like he’s put up crazy stats there

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