Extractions: Catchers PIAZZA, MIKE NYM RODRIGUEZ, IVAN TEX KENDALL, JASON PIT POSADA, JORGE NYY JOHNSON, CHARLES FLO LOPEZ, JAVIER ATL AUSMUS, BRAD HOU LIEBERTHAL, MIKE PHI MOLINA, BEN ANA MELUSKEY, MITCH DET NILSSON, DAVE N/A VARITEK, JASON BOS FLETCHER, DARRIN TOR ESTALELLA, BOBBY SF TAUBENSEE, EDDIE CLE HUNDLEY, TODD CHC PETRICK, BEN COL WIDGER, CHRIS SEA MAYNE, BRENT COL HERNANDEZ, RAMON OAK MATHENY, MIKE STL FLAHERTY, JOHN TB MILLER, DAMIAN ARZ REED, JEFF N/A KREUTER, CHAD LA ALOMAR, SANDY CWS GIRARDI, JOE CHC HERNANDEZ, CARLOS STL WILSON, DAN SEA STINNETT, KELLY CIN EUSEBIO, TONY HOU FORDYCE, BROOK BAL ZAUN, GREGG KC HATTEBERG, SCOTT BOS MIRABELLI, DOUG SF DIAZ, EINAR CLE BLANCO, HENRY MLW PIERZYNSKI, A.J. MIN JOHNSON, MARK CWS BARRETT, MIKE MON DAVIS, BEN SD LARUE, JASON CIN GONZALEZ, WIKI SD CASTRO, RAMON FLO LECROY, MATT MIN
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MAJOR LEAGUE FANTASY BASEBALL PIT 1110 4 POSADA, JORGE NYY 990 5 JOHNSON, CHARLES FLO 890 6 LOPEZ, JAVIER ATL 8807 LODUCA, PAUL LA 840 8 FLETCHER, DARRIN TOR 820 9 lieberthal, mike PHI 700 http://baseball.fsjsports.com/rules/jcatchers.html
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Extractions: Card # Player Team ALEX RODRIGUEZ TEXAS VERNON WELLS TORONTO BARRY BONDS SAN FRANCISCO VICENTE PADILLA PHILADELPHIA ALFONSO SORIANO NEW YORK AMER. MIKE PIAZZA NEW YORK NAT'L JACQUE JONES MINNESOTA SHAWN GREEN LOS ANGELES PAUL BYRD KANSAS CITY LANCE BERKMAN HOUSTON LARRY WALKER COLORADO KEN GRIFFEY, JR. CINCINNATI SHEA HILLENBRAND BOSTON JAY GIBBONS BALTIMORE ANDRUW JONES ATLANTA LUIS GONZALEZ ARIZONA GARRET ANDERSON ANAHEIM ROY HALLADAY TORONTO RANDY WINN SEATTLE MATT MORRIS ST. LOUIS NAT'L ROBB NEN SAN FRANCISCO TREVOR HOFFMAN SAN DIEGO KIP WELLS PITTSBURGH ORLANDO HERNANDEZ NEW YORK AMER. REY ORDONEZ NEW YORK NAT'L TORII HUNTER MINNESOTA GEOFF JENKINS MILWAUKEE ERIC KARROS LOS ANGELES MIKE LOWELL FLORIDA NICK JOHNSON NEW YORK AMER.
Ducksnorts: Ben Davis: Finally Catching On the plate. A few years ago I compared Davis as a prospect to bigleaguecatchers mike lieberthal and Dan Wilson. To revisit those http://www.geoffreynyoung.com/ducksnorts/articles/2001/06142001.html
Extractions: Web search Got tunes? How about the progress Ben Davis has been making this year? Pretty exciting to watch. He's really shortened his stroke and learned to be more selective at the plate. A few years ago I compared Davis as a prospect to big-league catchers Mike Lieberthal and Dan Wilson. To revisit those comparisons, let's see how the troika fared at age 24: G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO BA OBP SLG Lieberthal 50 166 21 42 8 7 23 10 30 .253 .297 .428 Wilson 36 76 6 17 3 8 9 16 .224 .263 .302 Davis (to date) 57 185 27 53 10 6 30 31 40 .286 .389 .438 Wilson, as a college draftee, was just getting started in the bigs at age 24. When he finally did establish himself, he never put up numbers anywhere near what Davis is now doing. In retrospect, the gap between the high school player and the college player, in terms of potential growth, turned out to be larger than I initially expected. As for Davis, after a hot start, he hit the skids in May, batting just .272/.368/.370. He's rebounded some in June, with half of his 12 hits this month going for extra bases, but his plate discipline has regressed. It's not surprising that he's cooled off, though, given that:
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