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Okay – back to the
2003-01-08 15:30
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Okay – back to the pre-Spring Training analysis of the Dodgers. As Chris Leavell pointed out to me yesterday, I have every reason to be excited about the Dodgers right now – they are undefeated in 2003!

But wait until you see the bench. Here are the projected reserves:
(Note: OPS is on-base average plus slugging percentage. This is a handy figure to measure a batter’s overall production, incorporating hits, extra-base hits, and walks. Anything above 1.000 is superb; anything below .700 is poor.)

Todd Hundley, C/1B, .722 OPS
---->Will no doubt be subject of much derision this year Mike Kinkade, 1B/LF, 1.083 OPS ---->I have high hopes for him – perhaps too high Jolbert Cabrera, IF/OF, .382 OPS

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