Found May 03, 2013 on We Should Be GM's:
from loyal reader 'Preserve Jon:'I'm really surprised how bad he is. It seems that Charlie is inventing a few nicks and scrapes to keep him on the bench. I was hoping for a younger version of Juan Pierre: pesky slap hitter who annoys pitchers with his speed and penchant to swipe a bag whenever he can.What I did not expect was Ricky Otero. If only we did have Ricky Otero. Check out little Ricky's stats from his two season with the Phils.1996 - .273 avg, .330 OBP, 2 HR, 32 RBI, 54 runs1997 - .252 avg, .339 OBP, 0 HR, 3 RBI,. 20 runsAs of Friday morning, Revere was hitting .204 with a .245 OBP.Unfortunately Jon, Ben Revere is making Ricky Otero look like Rickey Henderson...
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