Friday, March 24, 2006
Roger's Spring Trip to Ft. Myers
Chris Coste Update
National League West Pitchers
Good morning everyone!
THE MAN - First things first though! Aaron Gleeman is the MAN! First, check this out to read all of the 'jobs' that he has including his new gig as the "Senior Baseball Editor" for Rotoworld. That is huge! He will also be the baseball guy for Fantasy Sports Monthly, a magazine published by the people of Beckett. But to make him even bigger, he now has experienced something every sports fan dreams of, he can be found featured in the pages of Sports Illustrated! Congratulations Aaron! Seriously, no one deserves the accolades more!
I think that today could be a long one! It was another very good day for Chris Coste yesterday. See the update below. I will have some Twins Notes, thoughts and links. And, we will see what else we can find to talk about.
I really need to get going on these Fantasy Perspectives. I only have the three National League Divisions yet, but need to have all three of them done by the end of next week. Of course, I don't know if it really does much good for fantasy baseball players since 1.) I these are more of previews than fantasy news, and 2.) most fantasy drafts are probably happening this week. I am going to be in quite a few leagues this year. I had one online draft on Monday night with Al Bethke of Al's Ramblings. I have been working on a keeper league draft with The Baseball Savant and the Reds Reporter for the last week or so, and the Major League portion of that league is finishing up. I have one live draft on Saturday afternoon and an online one on Sunday night. Then, I will have one more on April 4th.
Today, I will dive into the NL West division pitchers in Part 10 of my Fantasy Perspective series. If you would like more detail on why I want to do this series as well as some of the thoughts that go into my 2006 Projections, please click here.
If you have any questions or comments about what I write here, or regarding your league, please e-mail me. If you would be fun, feel free to ask questions or comment on anything down below in the Comments section.
Disclaimer: What you read below are simply my opinions. Obviously I have no knowledge of what will happen in the 2006 season, so please take the information for what it is worth (fun). Also, these opinions are subject to change as spring training approaches. All players listed are either projected starters, or starters based on my opinion.
To this point, I have only done my look at the:
Top 20 Impact Rookie Hitters for 2006
Top 20 Impact Rookie Pitchers for 2006
American League West Hitters
American League Central Hitters
American League East Hitters
National League West Hitters
National League Central Hitters
National League East Hitters
American League West Pitchers
American League Central Pitchers
American League East Pitchers
NATIONAL LEAGUE WEST PITCHERS
Last year, the NL West was horrible, with only the Padres finishing above .500, and they were just 82-80. There is not much pitching in this division as you will see in this report. In most cases, there is one very good starter in each rotation, but then a lot of question marks and uncertainty. Brandon Webb and Jake Peavy are both top-notch, and Jason Schmidt and Matt Morris have been in the past. There are some very high ceiling prospects.
SP Brandon Webb
26 year old Webb has been very good and very consistent in all three of his seasons in the big leagues. Last year, Webb showed the kind of pitcher that he is. He added another 20+ innings from the previous season to 229. He walked just 2.3 per nine innings after having that number at over 5 in 2004. Webb, with a great sinkerball, is an extreme groundball pitcher. He had 4.34 ground balls per fly ball. Webb was able to win 14 games a year ago with a poor offense. As the D-Backs bring up their impressive group of prospects, Webb should really be coming into his own, making him a great keeper pick.
SP Russ Ortiz
"Ortiz has always won a lot of games, which is amazing because he walks so many hitters and doesn't really strike many out. The Diamondbacks won't score so many runs, so I don't expect much from Ortiz." That is what I wrote about Ortiz last year at this time. What did he do? Well first, injury caused him to make just 22 starts. He walked 65 and struck out 46 hitters in 115 innings. Opponents hit .313 off of him. Those are the things that make a pitcher go 5-11 with a 6.89 ERA. Honestly, there is little reason to believe that he will be much better. Sure, he should bring down his Milton-esque ERA some, and he could pick up a couple more wins with better offensive support, but he is not a very good pitcher.
SP Orlando Hernandez
El Duque is now (supposedly) 36 years old. He has not made more than 22 starts in a season since 2000. He is frequently hurt as well. Last year, he was given a lot of credit for helping the White Sox pitchers. He must have helped them with words, because his performance certainly was nothing to emulate. In 128.1 innings, he went 9-9 with a 5.12 ERA. As per usual, he did well in his few opportunities in the playoffs, but he is not a guy that you would want on your fantasy team.
SP Miguel Batista
Batista returns to being a starter after spending the last year as the closer for the Blue Jays. It is hard to believe that he is already 35 years old. Of course, he did make his big league debut in 1992 with the Pirates. Last year, he went 5-8 with a 4.10 ERA. He recorded 31 saves in 39 opportunities. He wasn't really the closer type though. He does not record many strikeouts which can make him quite hittable. But he has the durability to start and throw nearly 200 innings. After Webb, Batista is probably the team's best starter.
SP Brad Halsey/Claudio Vargas
Halsey is a pitching prospect that the Yankees sent to the D-Backs in the Randy Johnson trade. The Yankees touted him which, of course, means that he was vastly overrated. That is usually the case. But then again, Halsey is just 25 years old. Last year with Arizona, he went 8-12 with a decent 4.61 ERA. He doesn't strikeout many at all, but on the positive, he walks about half of that number. If he can find a way to get his opponent batting average down from .300 to .270, he could be worthy of picking. Now, if you want to think that because Vargas is now 27 years old, he may have a breakout season, good luck! Last year, Vargas went 9-9, but his ERA was 5.24. His WHIP was 1.46. His walks and strikeout numbers are decent, but not spectacular. If he can make 32 starts, he still could get double-digit wins.
Closer Brandon Medders
The 26 year old made came up from AAA and made 27 relief appearances for the Snakes. In his 30.1 innings, he struck out 31. That is consistent with his AAA numbers where he struck out 44 in 36.1 innings. The lone problem I see is that he also walked 18 down there, which is rather high. Such a hard thrower has a chance to be a good closer for the Diamondbacks if he wins the job.
One 2 Watch Brandon Lyon
Some may most remember Lyon as the "closer" on the Red Sox 2003 Closer-by-Committee attempt that did not work. He got nine saves, but in just 12 attempts. Last year, after missing most of 2004 with injury, Lyon earned the Diamondbacks closer job and did just enough in it to be considered good. Through 32 games, he saved 14 games in 15 save chances. However, that hid his 0-2 with a 6.44 ERA season. At that time though, he was hurt again and missed the rest of the season. If Medders struggles to close, it is possible that Lyon could be the closer. Or, don't be surprised if Mr Jennie Finch, Casey Daigle, gets a shot too.
SP Jason Jennings
Jennings has been OK. His 5.03 career ERA may not look good, but for Denver, it is adequate. For the most part, there are no Rockies starters that you want to draft too high. Jennings was hurt last year and only made 22 starts, that makes him less desirable too.
SP Jeff Francis
The 2004 Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year had a decent first full season. He made 33 starts for the Rockies and went 14-12. That looks good, but his ERA was 5.68, not good! He only strikes out six per nine innings, and walks about halfo that. He is probably the best Rockies starter, but again, don't take him too early.
SP Aaron Cook
Cook missed half of 2004 and came back late last season after a very serious surgery that saves his life. He came back and went 7-2 with a 3.67 ERA. Very good numbers. But, he strikes out very few (2.6 per nine in 2005), and walks some. For his career, he has more walks than strikeouts. It all pretty much says not to expect anything near what he did last year from Cook.
SP Josh Fogg
Fogg is one of those pitchers that teased you into believing he can be good. Last year for the Pirates, he was 6-11 with a 5.11 ERA. Not good! He strikes out just one hitter every other inning, and walks too many. He gives up too many hits. Basically, don't expect a lot from Fogg in 2006.
SP Byung-Hyun Kim
It is hard to believe that Kim is still just 27 years old as he enters his 8th big league season. He is one starter in this staff that can strike out a batter. He doesn't strikeout out as many as his early relief days, but he is adequate. That said, he has given up a lot of big home runs in his time, and playing at Coors does not help that!
Closer Brian Fuentes
Fuentes came out of nowhere last year. He pitched in 78 games. In 74.1 innings, he struck out 91, very good numbers. He was a member of Team USA in the WBC. Last year, he recorded 31 saves for the Rockies. Jose Mesa was brought in as a set up man, but we'll see.
One 2 Watch Chin-Hui Tsao
At this time last year, Tsao was supposed to be the team's closer, but he was hurt after just ten games. Is he healthy and can he help the bullpen. We shall see.
Los Angeles Dodgers
SP Odalis Perez
In 2004, Perez was just 7-6, but he had a nice 3.26 ERA. Last year, he was just 7-8, but it was a different story. His ERA was up to 4.56. He also only made 19 starts due to injury. So, it is a big season for Perez to reclaim his reputation.
SP Derek Lowe
What a strange year 2005 must have been for Lowe, on and off the field. On the field, he was just 12-15, but he did have a very respectable 3.61 ERA and a 1.25 WHIP. He is still getting nearly three groundouts to every fly out and strikes out about six per nine innings. With the Dodgers (supposed) improved offense, Lowe's W-L record should be much improved if even he can keep his other numbers about the same.
SP Brad Penny
At 6-4 and 250 pounds, one would expect that Penny would be more durable. He missed time in 2004, and although he started 29 games for the Dodgers last year, he only compiled 175.1 innings. He had an average 3.90 ERA and a decent 1.29 WHIP, but his record was just 7-9. I would think that the 27 year old Penny would want to find a way to be more efficient with his pitches so that he can pitch more innings.
SP Brett Tomko
The 32 year old Tomko somehow keeps getting jobs. Last year, he made 29 starts (32 appearances) for the Giants, but at one point, he was removed from the rotation. Only injury to other pitchers kept him starting, and he wasn't good. He went 8-15 with a 4.48 ERA and 1.37 WHIP. He did throw 191.2 innings though. Maybe the thinking is that he'll get better in Chavez Ravine, which is possible of course. I'll believe it when I see it.
SP Jae Seo
The 28 year old Seo has really been the odd man out for the Mets the past three seasons. When given an opportunity, he has been adequate. The Mets sent him to the Dodgers, in part, to make room for Aaron Heilman in the rotation. In 14 starts for the Mets a year ago, he did go 8-2 with a 2.59 ERA, so with their increased offense in 2006, you would think they would finally have just given Seo a job. But no, and I think he could do well for the Dodgers too. He did very well for Team Korea in the WBC.
Closer Eric Gagne
It should be interesting to see what Gagne is capable of in 2006. He missed most of 2005 with arm problems. That said, when he did pitch, he was still dominant. Counting his 14 games pitched in 2006, his K-Rate the past four seasons have been 12.5, 15.0, 12.5, 14.9. That is dominance. So to me, it is all about being healthy because he still has it!
One 2 Watch Chad Billingsley
21 year old Billingsley was the Dodgers first round pick out of high school in 2003, and now he is the next big thing. Many analysts believe he is very nearly ready. He spent all of 2005 at AA where he went 13-6 with a 3.51 ERA. In 146 innings pitched, he struck out 162 (10 per nine) and walked just 50. He will likely start the season at AAA and see how that goes, but don't be surprised to see him in LA soon!
San Diego Padres
SP Jake Peavy
There is Johan Santana, and then there is everybody else when it comes to fantasy baseball pitchers. However, I have Peavy rated #2 overall among pitchers. Why? I don't know. However, the last two years the 24 year old Peavy has been excellent. In 2004, he went 15-6 with a 2.27 ERA. In 166.1 innings, he struck out 173. Last year, he went 13-7 and had a 2.88 ERA. In 203 innings, he struck out 216. I love the strikeout totals. I love that he is 24 years old. I don't know what there is not to like!
SP Chris Young
I know I am in the minority, but when the Padres got Young, Adrian Gonzalez and Termell Sledge for Adam Eaton and Akinori Otsuka, I thought the Padres definitely got the better of that deal! Last year with the Texas Rangers, Young started 31 games. He went 12-7, and had a very good 4.26 ERA and 1.26 WHIP. Those may not seem like great numbers, but they are very good for playing in Texas. The 6-10, 260 pound, 26 year old righty struck out about 7.5 hitters per nine innings which is very good. And now he is going to a pitcher's ballpark!
SP Shawn Estes
33 year old Estes enters his 12th big league season. The first seven of those were with the Giants and he was a very decent, or at least average pitcher. Since 2001, he is yet to post an ERA under 4.80! But he did have that ERA last year for the Diamondbacks. He made just 21 starts for them though due to injury. It was be interesting to see how he comes back, and if he can even post a league average ERA. That said, Petco Park may help him some!
SP Woody Williams
39 year old WIlliams was a very good pitcher for the Cardinals for about 2 1/2 years. He wasn't too good before that, and the last two years have been rough. Last year, he went 9-12 with a 4.85 ERA. He is somewhat of a flyball pitcher which should help him. I am just wondering if he isn't done. He threw just 160+ innings last year despite making 28 starts.
SP Chan Ho Park
Park was one of the stories for Team Korea in the WBC. He had three saves and a couple of Wins for the team that started the tournament 6-0. From 1997 to 2001, with the Dodgers, Park was one of the league's better starters. Taking out a bad 1999 season, he a sub 3.75 ERA in five out of six seasons. And then he went to the Rangers and in 3 1/2 years there, he never posted an ERA under 5.46, plus he just could not stay healthy. Last year, he was 12-8 with a 5.74 ERA and a 1.67 WHIP. Most would assume he did well with the Padres, but his ERA was actually lower with the Rangers. He should be much improved though in 2006.
Closer Trevor Hoffman
OK, did anyone really think he was going to leave San Diego to play in Cleveland? Of course he was staying in southern California! I happen to think that Hoffman is the most underrated closer in big league history. That changeup makes him dominant. In the last ten years, Hoffman has had an ERA above 3.00 just one time. In that time, he has averaged 42 saves a year! He is 38 years old and was 1-6, but his numbers that matter were good.
One 2 Watch Tim Stauffer/Dewon Brazelton
Stauffer was the team's #1 pick in 2003 (4th overall). He made 14 starts for the team in 2005. However, he went 3-6 with a 5.33 ERA. In 81 innings, he struck out just 49 and walked 29. He was just sent back down to minor league camp, but he could resurface at some time during the season. Brazelton came to the team from Tampa where the 2001 #1 pick really struggled. A change of scenery, better control and a good pitcher's ballpark may make him a decent pitcher.
San Francisco Giants
SP Jason Schmidt
Schmidt missed time at the beginning of the 2005 season. He never really got back to the old self that he had been for the previous three-plus seasons. He went 12-7 with a very average 4.40 ERA. His WHIP was 1.42 and his strikeouts dropped below one per inning (still 8.6 per nine). At 33, it is possible, probably even likely, that Schmidt will rebound and come back, but there certainly is plenty of risk with him now.
SP Matt Morris
Because of those concerns, the Giants went out and went hard after former Cardinal Matt Morris. The big righty went 14-10 with a 4.11 ERA for the Cards a year ago. For his career, he is now 101-62. Of course, much of that is the byproduct of some very good offense around him. However, if he can keep the ball in the park, he should be a huge asset to the Giants roster.
SP Noah Lowry
The 25 year old was the Rangers 19th round pick in 1999 out of high school. He made four appearances out of the bullpen in 2003. He came up at the end of the 2004 season and went 6-0 with a 3.82 ERA. Last year was his first full season and he went 13-13 with a very solid 3.78 ERA. He surpassed 200 innings. He struck out about 7.6 per nine innings. Lowry is left-handed and looks like he could be a very good pitcher for years.
SP Matt Cain
In January, I ranked Matt Cain as the #1 Impact Rookie Pitcher in 2006. Here is much of what I wrote about him:
Cain was drafted by the Giants in the first round (25th overall) in 2005 out of his Tennessee high school. In 2004, he combined to go 13-5 with a 2.67 ERA. In 158.2 innings, he struck out 161 hitters. At just age 20, Cain started 2005 at AAA Frisco. There, he went 10-5 with a 4.39 ERA. In 145.2 innings, he struck out 178 hitters. He did still walk 73 batters as well, something he will need to improve. He received The Call late in the season and made seven starts for the Giants. He went 46.1 innings and struck out 30 and walked 19. Those are not good peripherals, but Cain has the 'stuff' needed to make it big.
SP Brad Hennessey
Another young pitcher the Giants are counting on, Hennessey was the team's first round pick in 2001 out of college. He went 2-2 in seven big league starts in 2004. Last year, he threw 118.1 innings over 21 starts. He went 5-8 with a 4.64 ERA. HE struck out less than 5 per nine innings. Hennessey is clearly a notch below the previous two pitching prospects, but could still be very good.
Closer Armando Benitez
The 33 year old went 2-3 last year with a 4.50 ERA and a 1.37 WHIP. These are not good numbers for a closer at all. Of course, the last time Benitez had an ERA over 3.80 was in 1995. In 30 games last year, he saved 19 and blew four chances. The Giants should have more chances for him in 2006.
One 2 Watch Merkin Valdez
Valdez is frequently and probably fairly compared to the Twins JD Durbin. Once a bright, shiny prospect, Valdez was never able to find the strike zone. Like Durbin, however, Valdez is still very young. He is just 23 years old. He could start, however, there is talk of him moving into the closer's role.
So, lets get going on some analysis. If you have any comments, arguments, agreements, questions or anything, please feel free to e-mail me. When this project is complete, I would like to put together a Mailbag issue with many of those comments.
Just a few Twins notes, links and comments.
The Baseball Savant finally posted his 2006 Minnesota Twins Preview on his site. I know he and I went back and forth a few times in e-mails discussing this stuff. I think you will enjoy it! How does he think the team ranks among the AL Central teams?
Pat Neshek posted a couple of things yesterday. First, he told us that he will be doing a Q&A on his website with his agent, Barry Meister. Meister is an agent for several of the top players in baseball. Pat asks that readers of his site give him some questions for him to ask, so check out his site and ask away.
Secondly, Neshek tells us that the sad reality of this time of spring. As players are dropped from Major League camp, there is a trickle down affect at the minor league level as well. Unfortunately, in some cases, players have to be released to make room. Bud Smith was released. The Twins signed him to a minor league deal before last year. He pitched very little as arm problems have haunted him for a few years now. Most remember him most for the no-hitter he threw for the Cardinals in his rookie season. Kaulana Kuhaulua was also released. The infielder missed most of the 2005 season with injury. Finally, I was surprised to see that catcher Brian Kennedy retired. It is another case of the human side of professional baseball.
Have I mentioned on here before that I think that the Twins would be much better, more talented, younger and cheaper if they would go with Luis Maza and Luis Rodriguez as their utility infielders rather than Juan Castro and Nick Punto. Well, Kelly Thesier wrote a great article on Luis Rodriguez last night.
Nick N. did a very nice job previewing/projection the American League for 2006. How does he see the Twins faring in 2006? Check it out!
Aaron Gleeman includes a Twins prospect as his #35 Prospect in baseball this year.
Any thoughts on the Twins? Please e-mail me.
ROGER'S SPRING TRAINING THOUGHTS
Roger is back today. He has another major league report today as he was in attendance at the Twins/Red Sox game yesterday afternoon. Many of you may have watched it on ESPN2, with the excellent Buck Martinez in the booth. If only ESPN could get rid of Jeff Brantley! Man, that guy is tough to listen to! Here was Roger's day in Ft. Myers.
Hello Seth,Another great day for baseball. Considering that they were playing the Red Sox, the stadium was full (7,729 attendance) and it took about an hour to get into the stadium...so we missed most of the pre-game workouts. Cindi Alpert sang the National Anthem. I thought she had a nice accent, Bon corrected me and told me she was just jazz'n it up. Anyway, she was both great looking and sang very well. The game time temp was 86 degrees with a partial overcast and a few showers developing shortly before the end of the game...compared with 45 in Boston and 35 in the Twins Cities and apparently light snow.The BoSox started nearly all their starters with Clement on the hill. The Twins countered with mostly reserves and guys trying to make the team with Kyle Lohse pitching. Lohse went 5 innings, allowing 3 hits, no walks, 2 strikeouts and no runs. He started with two 1-2-3 innings allowing a leadoff single to Coco Crisp who was later retired when Ortiz grounded into a double play, 1-6-3. He ran into a bit of a problem in the 4th, when he allowed two hits, however, got Ortiz to ground into a second DP on a very nice play by Morneau, 3-6-3. His final inning was the 5th which he got out of 1-2-3, however, Youkilis hit a hard shot to center that Torii put away. Great seeing him appear much more confident...could this be his break out year?The Twins got on the board in the 1st when LRod hit a nice line drive to left center, proceeded to second on a single up the middle by White. LRod scored from second when Morneau hit an outside pitch to left field with 2 outs. LRod was the offensive player of the game getting the single and scoring in the first, a K in the third, groundout to 1st in the 4th, a walk in the 6th and a single up the middle in the 8th driving in Torres with the eventual game winner with 2 outs. Perhaps an indication of their plans to keep him was that he stayed in the game, moving to 1B after Morneau was taken out in the 6th.Jason Kubel started in left field. When running after a long foul ball early, it didn't appear that he was moving real fast. He didn't limp at any time, and when he went from 1st to 3rd on a hit-and-run in the 4th, he appeared to be running very well. He displayed good discipline several times throughout the game, he really does have a very good eye at the plate! Offensively, he didn't have a great game, grounding out 4-3 in the 2nd, getting a walk and eventually scoring after the hit-and-run in the 4th, and a real shot/line drive to deep center that was caught in the 5th. But that last out was an indication that he will be an excellent hitter at some point...although it appears he may be pressing a bit and needs to relax.Andres Torres K'd in his first three at bats, then executed an excellent bunt past the pitcher for a single and got hit by a pitch in the 8th. Following the HBP, he stole second and scored on LRod's single. He has excellent speed and can really sky, as he showed when he went up over the fence next to the bullpen in right field for a foul ball...didn't get it but he was really off the ground.Other highlights were Wooten's homer in his first at bat after he replaced White in the 6th. Players of interest included a new shortstop in the 7th. At first glance, I thought it was Tommy Watkins, but he looked smaller and wore #80. Bobbled his first grounder a bit, however, got the out. Later learned it was Alexi Casilla. He came to bat in the 8th and grounded to about two steps to the third baseman's left. The third baseman made a normal play, then hurried his throw a bit with Casilla and the ball getting there in a virtual tie...although he was called out. I didn't learn much about Casilla in these first couple innings other than he can absolutely fly.Was also good seeing Steve Tolleson playing the last few innings at second (with LRod moving to 1st). Didn't look out of place defensively. Looked nervous in his only at bat, lifting a soft fly to medium centerfield for an out.That's about it for another day from Spring Training, especially with a nice 4-3 win over the cross-town BoSox. Only about a week and a half left...and still lots of decisions to make.Roger
Any thoughts on the Twins minor leagues, or do you have any specific things that you would like Roger to look for at the minor or major league camp, let him know by leaving some Comments below, or Send me an e-mail.
CHRIS COSTE UPDATE
Thursday was a very good day for Chris Coste in many respects. In the middle innings, he replaced 1B Ryan Howard, who hit his 10th homer of the spring. Most importantly, he got two at bats and was 2-2 with a run and an RBI. The second single drove in All Star shortstop Jimmy Rollins to give the Phillies a short-lived lead in their 9-8 loss to the Tigers. Secondly, OF Chris Roberson played the whole game in LF and went 0-5.
Coste is now 14-29 on the spring. He is hitting .483/.516/.862 with two doubles, three homers and nine RBI.
I hate to be at all negative, but as I mentioned yesterday, there is talk that the team is looking to add a veteran fifth outfielder. In the Boston newspapers, there was talk that the Phillies may have some interest in former Twins OF Dustan Mohr. Mohr signed with the Red Sox with a good shot at being their fifth outfielder, but now that they acquired Wily Mo Pena, Mohr is unlikely to make the roster and does not want to play for Pawtucket.
From the Courier Post Online Phillies blog entries:
***Not sure why the Phillies haven't yet committed to Chris Coste, the 33-year-old refugee from "Bull Durham" who is, as they used to say, hitting the cover off the ball.
If he flames out early, you cut him. If he contributes, it's a great story--one custom-made for this "Rocky"-worshipping region...
I was just searching the web last night and found this Comment from The Baseball Think Factory. It was posted by Alan Keiper the day after the Phillies signed Alex Gonzalez:
This is a terrific signing, just as long as the National League starts awarding booby prizes for the team who can accumulate the greatest number of crappy infielders. I eagerly await seeing the Phils' best third baseman, Chris Coste, play another season in Scranton.
You never know what you're going to find when you use Google. I found the Phillies stud 2B Chase Utley has his own MYSPACE.com page! Interesting stuff!
And finally, the BJ Hess Blog has pictures of the Twins/Phillies game from last week. He even got a picture of Chris Coste's hit!
OK, one more thing... here is the 1995 Concordia baseball page. Be sure to check out Coste's Statistics Page.
Any Thoughts on Coste, please e-mail me. If anyone out there has known Chris, played with or against him, please e-mail me. Thanks!
And with that, thank you again very much for stopping by my site today. I hope you enjoy what you read, but if you have any questions or comments on anything, please feel free to e-mail me. Have a great weekend!
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