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    Default Vince Coleman

    I have been thinking for a while who Andrew McCutcheon reminds me of and his name always keeps coming to mind.

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    I think that Cutch will end up being a better hitter than Coleman. Coleman only his .264 for his career and never more than 6 hr's in a season.

    I see Cutch as a slightly more powerful Tim Raines.

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    Career .294 hitter (which I think is well within Cutch's abilities), very fast, great defender, and can consistently hit 15-20 hr's/year (which is a little more consistent and more power than Raines).

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    Default Re: Vince Coleman

    Even better.

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    Default Re: Vince Coleman

    Cutch reminds me of Matt Kemp an awful lot with his skills and tool set, or maybe a younger version of Carl Crawford, hopefully he can develop more power though, and good run production. There is no question that Kemp is stronger and wields a bigger bat than Andrew. Kemp hit 25 home runs in 2009, but no reason that Cutch can't get to 20+ based on last years stint of 108 games played. A lot of people think he really has the chance to be as electric as Jose Reyes was early in his career before the injuries, we can expect big things.

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    Default Re: Vince Coleman

    Carl Crawford is the much better comparison. Coleman was a mediocre hitter, though he could do some other things, particularly when it came to base stealing.

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    Default Re: Vince Coleman

    McCutchen reminds me a lot of Marquis Grissom more than any of the players listed above. 15-20 home run power, outstanding speed.

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    McCutchen is the best player on the Pirates. He can really play ball. I love how he can cover the outfield and his upside is sky's the limit with his hitting....he is only going to get better at the plate. A Dynamic fella really, can steal a base at anytime on anybody....I just love watching him play. Do not lose this man, Pirates, he can be the man in cf for a long time in Pittsburgh.

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    Default Re: Vince Coleman

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    Carl Crawford is the much better comparison. Coleman was a mediocre hitter, though he could do some other things, particularly when it came to base stealing.
    Crawford is who I hear most people compare him to.
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    Default Re: Vince Coleman

    I hope he hits better than Colemen.

    I think a young Marquis Grissom is a good comparison.

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