Originally Posted by guillensdisciple
I'm trying to figure out why we're so pessimistic. Kid is a .276 hitter without walking. That means he knows how to make contact. Someone will teach him discipline, and then he can explode as a hitter.
In a full season you can slot him in with a 35 home runs- that's pretty damn good.
How well did the trying to outhit the opponent philosophy work out throughout the 90's?