Sizemore Already Looking Like Star

Wednesday, April 4, 2007

The anticipation this year to see what Grady Sizemore could do is already drawing MVP buzz. Although it has only been two games, Sizemore is hitting .400 with 2 HR and 3 RBI. His first homerun came off the second pitch from Jose Contreras in the first inning and his second homerun gave the Indians the lead. Yes, Sizemore is a leadoff hitter but not only has he helped with his hitting in years past, but he is an incredible fielder which has held that outfield together since he has been with the Indians. Along with that, his leadership on the field cannot go ignored. Career wise, Sizemore is a .286 career hitter with 56 HR and 184 RBI in just four years with the Indians.

Grady Sizemore Projection

FANTASY SUGGESTION: SIZEMORE IS ALREADY A GREAT PLAYER AND WOULD NOT BE A FREE AGENT IN YOUR LEAGUE. HOWEVER, IF YOU ARE OVER LOADED WITH PITCHERS AND ARE LOOKING FOR A GREAT PLAYER, HE IS DEFINITELY A PLAYER TO CONSIDER. GREAT POWER, AND WILL NOT ONLY SCORE RUNS, BUT WILL PRODUCE THEM TOO.

3 comments:

Mateo Panadero 8:48 PM CDT  

Hey, my friend. I like your stuff. By the way...How do you post polls? I am not quite sure

Eli Greenspan 8:51 PM CDT  

mateo,

i got to layout and click add new element and use "add new text"

then I paste the hyper link and it works...here is a good link for poll making:
http://www.internationalvoting.com/simple.html

good luck

KevinGillman 9:13 PM CDT  

hey Eli, great job on the site as always. I am very very grateful to see Grady play everyday for the Indians. And as I mentioned in my blog if he continues to hit leadoff in his major league career he will break Ricky's record for most leadoff home runs starting the game. He has 8 already in his major league career. Keep up the good work.