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Jesus Sucre 2013 Outlook

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With Montero being demoted. Sucre gets the call with Zunino not being ready. Any potential here?

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No. He will back up Shoppach. Just a placeholder until Mike Bustnino is ready to come up and be the next Mariners hitting prospect bust.

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No. He will back up Shoppach. Just a placeholder until Mike Bustnino is ready to come up and be the next Mariners hitting prospect bust.

Bustin Ackley....Bustin Smoak...Jesus Bustero...

Man. What about Nick Frankbust?

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He's got some defensive upside down the line as far as real life baseball is concerned, but Sucre is probably not someone you want to pay attention to for fantasy purposes.

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No. He will back up Shoppach. Just a placeholder until Mike Bustnino is ready to come up and be the next Mariners hitting prospect bust.

Bustin Ackley....Bustin Smoak...Jesus Bustero...

Man. What about Nick Frankbust?

LOL I am never touching another Mariners hitting prospect again.

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Who was the last good RHH for the Mariners since SAFECO opened? A-Rod or Edgar Martinez? Roided up Bret Boone? Adrian Beltre has been a dominant major league hitter going back to his final season as a Dodger... with the exception of every year he spent in Seattle. The place is death for RHHs.

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Hey guys remember Ken Griffey Jr. and Alex Rodriguez? :blink:^_^:rolleyes:

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Sucre's not even available on Yahoo, predictably. Nothing to see here, but the real consensus from the fantasy community, and I agree, is this further condemns Seattle's ability to develop young hitters. Aside from Kyle Seager, they haven't had a single guy pan out in recent memory. One would have to imagine highly touted guys like Zunino and Nick Franklin are going to have to rise above the organizational mess to become big league mainstays.

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Doesn't 'sucre' mean 'sweet' in Spanish? hahahah Sweet Jesus!

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sweet in spanish is dulce, sucre is not a word in the spanish language to the best of my knowledge

just some hard hitting facts for you.

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Sucre means not fantasy worthy in English.

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ah, yes. sugar in french. so in french he's Sugar Jesus, and yes, Cmilne23, the Sugar Jesus will remain on the shelf in the candy store.

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