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Preaseason Baseball is getting old.

Let the regular season begin!
I know, I wanna see what the kid can do

Jason Heyward

The Braves' right fielder created the most spring training buzz since Albert Pujols tore up Cardinals camp in 2001. Which would you rather have when it comes to the NL Rookie of the Year Award: Heyward or the field? I'm not taking the field, not even a field that includes Strasburg and Chapman.

Heyward seems like a lock for 20 home runs. Not so impressed by that number? The dude is 20 years old. Only 13 players have ever hit 20 homers at or before their age 20 season, and that includes only two 20/20 Club members in the past 31 years: a couple of guys named Ken Griffey Jr. and Alex Rodriguez.

Forget the Fred McGriff comparisons; Heyward is far more athletic. Forget the Willie McCovey comparisons; McCovey was only a .270 career hitter. Forget the Willie Stargell comparisons; Stargell never walked even 90 times. Just let Heyward be who he will be, and enjoy a very unique player.
Everybody out here in DC has there baseball lively hood all on Strasburg. Can't wait for him to come up
Originally posted by valrod33:
I know, I wanna see what the kid can do

Jason Heyward

The Braves' right fielder created the most spring training buzz since Albert Pujols tore up Cardinals camp in 2001. Which would you rather have when it comes to the NL Rookie of the Year Award: Heyward or the field? I'm not taking the field, not even a field that includes Strasburg and Chapman.

Heyward seems like a lock for 20 home runs. Not so impressed by that number? The dude is 20 years old. Only 13 players have ever hit 20 homers at or before their age 20 season, and that includes only two 20/20 Club members in the past 31 years: a couple of guys named Ken Griffey Jr. and Alex Rodriguez.

Forget the Fred McGriff comparisons; Heyward is far more athletic. Forget the Willie McCovey comparisons; McCovey was only a .270 career hitter. Forget the Willie Stargell comparisons; Stargell never walked even 90 times. Just let Heyward be who he will be, and enjoy a very unique player.

Heyward is gonna be awesome! And he is only 20 years old! Imagine JH in a couple of years from now
Originally posted by NJNiner:
Originally posted by valrod33:
I know, I wanna see what the kid can do

Jason Heyward

The Braves' right fielder created the most spring training buzz since Albert Pujols tore up Cardinals camp in 2001. Which would you rather have when it comes to the NL Rookie of the Year Award: Heyward or the field? I'm not taking the field, not even a field that includes Strasburg and Chapman.

Heyward seems like a lock for 20 home runs. Not so impressed by that number? The dude is 20 years old. Only 13 players have ever hit 20 homers at or before their age 20 season, and that includes only two 20/20 Club members in the past 31 years: a couple of guys named Ken Griffey Jr. and Alex Rodriguez.

Forget the Fred McGriff comparisons; Heyward is far more athletic. Forget the Willie McCovey comparisons; McCovey was only a .270 career hitter. Forget the Willie Stargell comparisons; Stargell never walked even 90 times. Just let Heyward be who he will be, and enjoy a very unique player.

Heyward is gonna be awesome! And he is only 20 years old! Imagine JH in a couple of years from now









1 more year of this fellas












Send him out with a WS boys

Originally posted by Jordache49:
1 more year of this fellas












Send him out with a WS boys


thats awesome
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by Jordache49:
1 more year of this fellas












Send him out with a WS boys


thats awesome

Bobby's the fukin man!

Originally posted by Jordache49:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by Jordache49:
1 more year of this fellas












Send him out with a WS boys


thats awesome

Bobby's the fukin man!


yes he is, i cant imagine braves baseball without him in the dugout



/thread
Originally posted by valrod33:
I know, I wanna see what the kid can do

Jason Heyward

The Braves' right fielder created the most spring training buzz since Albert Pujols tore up Cardinals camp in 2001. Which would you rather have when it comes to the NL Rookie of the Year Award: Heyward or the field? I'm not taking the field, not even a field that includes Strasburg and Chapman.

Heyward seems like a lock for 20 home runs. Not so impressed by that number? The dude is 20 years old. Only 13 players have ever hit 20 homers at or before their age 20 season, and that includes only two 20/20 Club members in the past 31 years: a couple of guys named Ken Griffey Jr. and Alex Rodriguez.

Forget the Fred McGriff comparisons; Heyward is far more athletic. Forget the Willie McCovey comparisons; McCovey was only a .270 career hitter. Forget the Willie Stargell comparisons; Stargell never walked even 90 times. Just let Heyward be who he will be, and enjoy a very unique player.

He's being so overhyped...

His minor league numbers are good but not GREAT.

Jon Bowler put up better numbers...
Originally posted by skeetskeet:
Originally posted by valrod33:
I know, I wanna see what the kid can do

Jason Heyward

The Braves' right fielder created the most spring training buzz since Albert Pujols tore up Cardinals camp in 2001. Which would you rather have when it comes to the NL Rookie of the Year Award: Heyward or the field? I'm not taking the field, not even a field that includes Strasburg and Chapman.

Heyward seems like a lock for 20 home runs. Not so impressed by that number? The dude is 20 years old. Only 13 players have ever hit 20 homers at or before their age 20 season, and that includes only two 20/20 Club members in the past 31 years: a couple of guys named Ken Griffey Jr. and Alex Rodriguez.

Forget the Fred McGriff comparisons; Heyward is far more athletic. Forget the Willie McCovey comparisons; McCovey was only a .270 career hitter. Forget the Willie Stargell comparisons; Stargell never walked even 90 times. Just let Heyward be who he will be, and enjoy a very unique player.

He's being so overhyped...

His minor league numbers are good but not GREAT.

Jon Bowler put up better numbers...

I tried to find a good pic of Brandon Wood The future of MLB baseball but this is all I could find. LOL



And RIP this seasons for you buddy