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    Re: tiny player

    I had a 5-4 guy who I think was 90-something pounds.

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    Re: tiny player

    Speedy slap hitter makes sense.
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    Re: tiny player

    Quote Originally Posted by Vulpecula View Post
    Speedy slap hitter makes sense.
    Yeah, my 5-4 guy in question was a speed specialist. Unfortunately, his speed and a strong arm were all he had (high 50s-BA, but no SL and little DI). So, he only lasted 2-3 season. Did go 20 for 20 in steals one year, as a backup 3B in 150 or so ABs

    If I knew then what I now know, I might've made him a catcher in the minors due to his arm. Though in real life, I'd hate to see what would happen in one of those old time plate collision from some 230 lb speeding truck.

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