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Hardspun8 02-24-2017 11:24 PM

Aaron Judge
Do you guys think Aaron Judge is a good Investment or is he going to be Adam Dunn 2.0?

WillBBC 02-27-2017 11:04 AM

Dunn 2.0 would be a great player! Being in NY will only help and I hope he can cut down on the strikeouts but I can't remember a guy his size ever having great success in MLB. If he shortens his swing and can learn to take walks he will be a stud.

RayBShotz 02-27-2017 03:12 PM

Michael Conforto has a better shot at the moment (Mets).

D. Bergin 02-27-2017 04:35 PM

Maybe he will surprise me, but I don't rate him highly at all. As a Yankee fan I'd be ecstatic if he projects out to a Richie Sexson type, but I think that's pushing the boundries of expectations, and that certainly doesn't map out as a player to "invest" in.

packs 02-27-2017 04:41 PM

I tend to agree with you. I just don't think he'll develop the ability to walk which really puts pressure on him to hit 30 plus homers a year. Even if he is able to do that we all saw Chris Carter nearly go to Japan due to lack of interest.

D. Bergin 02-27-2017 06:57 PM

It's not like Judge has put up mind-blowing stats in the minor leagues. Not sure how pretty good minor league hitter maps out to Superstar major league potential. It's not like he's just out of High School either. He's pushing 25 already.

He's about 8 months younger then Mike Trout.

packs 02-28-2017 08:43 AM

Yeah I mean max potential would be a Giancarlo Stanton type but Stanton hit 39 homers as an 18 year old. Judge never did anything like that while being much older and having the benefit of college ball.

bigfanNY 02-28-2017 02:36 PM

yeah I agree with most here and would not go heavy on Judge but Sanchez on the other hand? maybe ....maybe..

ls7plus 02-28-2017 06:29 PM

Rob Deer the second. Big guy, big long swing, lots of K's. A sucker for low outside sliders that he can't tell are not fastballs. Brings to mind Dusty Springfield's hit in the '60's--"Wishing and Hoping."

Good luck on that plunge,


ls7plus 02-28-2017 06:32 PM


Originally Posted by bigfanNY (Post 1636207)
yeah I agree with most here and would not go heavy on Judge but Sanchez on the other hand? maybe ....maybe..

The problem with Sanchez is that his track record--minor league stats, with a fairly large sample size--don't reflect anything like that kind of production. Either a short term fluke (a la Ron Swoboda--10 HR's in his first 118 AB while batting .271 during that period in '65), or he had some artificial additive assistance. Sanchez had some decent to good HR stats in the minors over a pretty fair number of years, but nothing remotely resembling a homer per every 10 AB.



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