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FS: What the White Sox are losing in Steele Walker

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I must say, you have made me feel a little better looking at the splits. Still, Walker provides better average and k to bb. He still may learn to hit LHP. Good write up. Now lets go sign Castellanos!

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1 hour ago, Hatchetman said:

I guess it makes me feel better we're drafting garbage at #46.

I guess the Sox should have instead drafted players such as these:

Tom Eshelman

Nick Burdi

Cody Reed

Eddie Butler

Joe Musgrove

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1 hour ago, Superstar Lamar said:

Mazara was hitting 20 HR in MLB at the same age Walker was doing freshman orientation in college

And has been doing so for 4 years straight. Problem is, Mazara is maxed out. And with over 100 k's and 30 bb per season he is maxed below average.

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6 hours ago, Superstar Lamar said:

Mazara was hitting 20 HR in MLB at the same age Walker was doing freshman orientation in college

Cool?  The same could be said about Casey Mize?  Why does this matter?

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By avoiding Chicago Steele has a shot at a quality MLB career. Mazcara gets a change of scenery which could help. 

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1 hour ago, pcq said:

By avoiding Chicago Steele has a shot at a quality MLB career. Mazcara gets a change of scenery which could help. 

I was thinking too sometimes a change of scenery can help. He may rake at the Rate.

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