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Ty France 2020 Outlook

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France was dealt to Seattle, but the M's haven't played since they traded for him. What can be expected from France once they do start playing ball again? He was ridiculous in the PCL last year but didn't do much in SD. And he was having a solid season this year, albeit in very limited PT. 

Now that he's expected to get "a ton of at bats" with Seattle, what are the thoughts going forward with him this season and next? 

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7 hours ago, Flyman75 said:

France was dealt to Seattle, but the M's haven't played since they traded for him. What can be expected from France once they do start playing ball again? He was ridiculous in the PCL last year but didn't do much in SD. And he was having a solid season this year, albeit in very limited PT. 

Now that he's expected to get "a ton of at bats" with Seattle, what are the thoughts going forward with him this season and next? 

Was wondering the same exact thing you are.  I'm leaning towards scooping him up now in leagues where I have an easy drop just in case he does go off.  Those numbers even in the PCL are just ridiculous.     

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Those at-bats are probably going to come in the form of DH; there isn't too much room for him in the infield.  Keeping an eye on the .412 BABIP. 

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17 minutes ago, uwguy98 said:

Those at-bats are probably going to come in the form of DH; there isn't too much room for him in the infield.  Keeping an eye on the .412 BABIP. 


How long are they going to put up with Shed’s bat? He’s hitting .125 over the last month. 

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I wouldn't put much stock in this because they always say things like this until the player starts slumping.

 

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RotoWire News: Mariners manager Scott Servais said Monday that he will try to give France everyday at-bats the rest of the season, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. (8/31/2020)

 

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