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April 09, 2012

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Rich Wilkins

I agree with a lot of the above, but I think this is where real baseball meets saber-metrics. If you hit the best hitters all at the top of this line-up right now, the last three or four spots are full of outs. I mean honestly, you could move Jimmy to five and put Shane three, but you can't just leave Pence hitting in front of a dud. This team has three honest to God holes right now in it's line-up that are glaring, if not four, and that won't work all year.

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