Gordon Edes Chat from New York City

Gordon Edes Chat from New York City

.RuYeeGas
02:10PM
In your opinion, what would Joe Torre do with Kevin Millar?
Gordon Edes (Moderator)
02:12PM
I don't know, take him out for chicken? Giambi is in a big slump, and Torre is still playing him. Tony Clark hit less than a buck and a half in June and he's still getting some playing time. I mean, Torre would do what Francona will do if Millar doesn't get hot, and that's to take playing time away from him, regardless of what he might have said. Burks and Mueller are both on rehab assignment and presumably getting close, so that will impact how often Millar plays.
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