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  1. It’s a pity that he doesn’t have a regular place in the field, as, from a fantasy perspective, his batting average from Coors Field and his catcher status make him a good pickup.

    Unless Nelson gets traded for a pitcher, then Pacheco will have difficulty finding a regular spot. However, I suspect that he will play four or five times a week, as he could catch once a week, and spell Helton probably twice a week. A game or two at third base would give him a good amount of at bats. An injury to Helton would also help him, although Arenado’s expected promotion mid season could reduce his at bats even further. Shame really.

    Comment by HatchetMan2004 — February 25, 2013 @ 5:17 pm

  2. Pacheco’s .300 year was no fluke. It is a product of his skill of making contact with the ball, which derives from the fundamentals of his swing. It is true he has become a different hitter since college…..perhaps the hitter that he needs to be. With Rosario being that 30-35 HR guy, Pacheco should focus on getting on base.

    Comment by Andrew Wolfe — February 26, 2013 @ 9:57 am

  3. Jordan has the unique ability to produce the same result on a consistent basis. His positive mental attitude allows the door to remain open even during the times he struggled. He seems to do this by setting mental anchors that allow him to produce a consistent result. As long as he gets reps he will produce. He has the potential to be one of the great ones!

    Comment by Andrew Leyba — February 27, 2013 @ 8:23 am

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