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  • #46
    Brandon Inge had 398 Assists this season, that's a Tiger record. In fact, it was 8 all time. Only (2) Craig Nettles (2) Brooks Robinson, Harlond Clift, Mike Schmdt, and Doug DeCinces had more in a single season. In comparison, Alex Rodriguez had 262 assists this season. That's 136 more baserunners. The worst part is that Inge's errors are usually costly.
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    Year	Last	First	Stint	Tm	Lg	POS	G	PO	A	E	DP	PB	TC
    1971	Nettles	Graig	1	CLE	AL	3B	158	159	412	16	54		587
    1973	Nettles	Graig	1	NYA	AL	3B	157	117	410	26	39		553
    1974	Robinsn	Brooks	1	BAL	AL	3B	153	115	410	18	44		543
    1937	Clift	Harlond	1	SLA	AL	3B	155	198	405	34	50		637
    1967	Robinsn	Brooks	1	BAL	AL	3B	158	147	405	11	37		563
    1974	Schmidt	Mike	1	PHI	NL	3B	162	134	404	26	40		564
    1982	DeCincs	Doug	1	CAL	AL	3B	153	112	399	21	41		532
    2006	Inge	Brandn	1	DET	AL	3B	159	135	398	22	34		555
    1962	Boyer	Clete	1	NYA	AL	3B	157	187	396	22	41		605
    1982	Bell	Buddy	1	TEX	AL	3B	145	131	396	13	35		540
    Last edited by HDH; 10-29-2006, 10:38 AM.
    In the 1920's, Harry Heilmann led the AL with a .364 average. In addition, he averaged 220 hits, 45 doubles, 12 triples, 16 homers, 110 runs, and 130 RBI.

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    • #47
      as someone who isnt a tigers fan i can tell you that hes an over-rated defensive and poor offensive third baseman.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by johnbuckformvp
        as someone who isnt a tigers fan i can tell you that hes an over-rated defensive.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by AutographCollector
          Ummm... we have Lo Duca. So riddle me this. Why in the world would the Mets pick up Pudge's contract? How many catchers do we need? Lo Duca is just fine where he is at.
          Look at the date of the post you quoted.
          "Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." - Edgar Allan Poe

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          • #50
            Originally posted by I'm Keith Hernandez
            Hate to say it, but if the opportunity presents itself, he must be upgraded. When it really mattered, he choked.
            So did all the other third basemen in both leagues who didn't make it to the World Series. That includes "ARod". Should they all be upgraded?

            BTW...how is a five foot nothing guy supposed to catch a wild throw from the pitcher that he's not expecting, especially one that's 20 feet above his head and a mile down the foul line? Inge is good..but not that good. Oh yeah...and he's better than ARod.:gt
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            • #51
              Originally posted by johnbuckformvp
              as someone who isnt a tigers fan i can tell you that hes an over-rated defensive and poor offensive third baseman.
              Let's see...better defensively than ARod...and oh yeah...almost 30 homeruns to boot. In Comerica Park no less. Come on man...what are you smokin?
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              • #52
                Originally posted by TigersFanB406
                Let's see...better defensively than ARod...and oh yeah...almost 30 homeruns to boot. In Comerica Park no less. Come on man...what are you smokin?
                Actually, I agree with johnbuckformvp. Inge is definately poor in the offensive areas. In 2003 he batted .203..... And yeah, his defense is over rated.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Johnny_Damon
                  And yeah, his defense is over rated.
                  Not this year it wasn't.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Johnny_Damon
                    Actually, I agree with johnbuckformvp. Inge is definately poor in the offensive areas. In 2003 he batted .203..... And yeah, his defense is over rated.
                    But...he hit almost 30 homeruns this year. With all due respect does "2003" really matter now? Can I assume that batting .203 he was down at the bottom of the order? Isn't getting a hit every two out of ten at bats good enough to make the big leagues? How much did he walk? What was his OBP? (rhetorical questions by the way...I can just go look up the answers myself)
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