Limited range puts votes out of Kouzmanoff's reach
Kouzmanoff did not immediately respond to an interview request placed through the Padres. Gonzalez said he suspects Kouzmanoff was overlooked because “his name doesn't pop to mind.”
Gonzalez in a golden position - The Boston Globe
“I’ve always said I’m in a win-win situation,’’ Gonzalez said. “If I stay, I’d be in position to keep playing in this great city before these great fans. More than likely, if I’m traded, I would go to a team that had a chance to win a World Series championship next year. I think if I stay, I should also be in a position to win a world championship someday.’’
- Friar John's Blog: Good as Gold
Again, FJ agrees with Gonzo. That's Golden Rule No. 2: Defense paves the way for success at PETCO Park.
- Unfinished Business: WHAT A JOKE!!!
Oh but of course, there is the little matter about his RF and UZR. According to a mlb.com article, Zimmerman's RF is 2.9 and Kouz's is 2.2. Zimmerman's UZR is 18.1 and Kouz's is 7.5. I HAVE NEVER EVER HEARS OF THESE TERMS!!!!! I have no idea what they are and why they should matter. Oh, Zimmerman's UZR is higher than Kouzmanoff's. Let's give the glove to him.
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