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The Giants just signed Jose
2003-01-28 13:05
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

The Giants just signed Jose Cruz, Jr. (.754 OPS) - giving themselves what I would now call an excess of mediocre outfield compliments to Barry Bonds: Marquis Grissom, Marvin Benard, Ruben Rivera. If they move Ray Durham to center field from second base, I think they're going to have a truckload of salary and not all that much production in right.

Reggie Sanders (.779 OPS) remains a candidate to join the Dodgers. Unless he signs for nothing, though, I can't see it. If he does join, I guess the guy that would have to leave the roster to make room would be Mike Kinkade.

The current Dodger bench:
C David Ross
1B Todd Hundley
IF Cesar Izturis
LF Daryle Ward
1B/LF Mike Kinkade
UT Jason Romano/Terry Shumpert/Quilvio Veras/Jolbert Cabrera

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