Young worth it for 'Zona, fantasy owners
That's when the dissenters came out of the woodwork. Berry disagreed. Members of the audience snickered. Even former third baseman Matt Williams, now an invested partner with the Diamondbacks, said Young wouldn't hit better than .250, though he raved about every other part of his game. OK, so maybe expecting a .270 batting average was a bit too bold.
Of course it is way, way too early in the new season to discern anything about Young from one week, but I still like what I see. He's hit four home runs, stolen a few bases and oh, what's that oft-forgotten statistic over there in the corner, eight walks already? Wow, that's a good sign.
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