Of course, when guy goes on a hot streak and his name is Francisco Cervelli and it's 2010, he's proclaimed the second coming of Johnny Bench and Joe Mauer's love child on these very same boards. Obviously there's middle ground, but we are talking about an ancient catcher that can't catch anymore and took all the suckitude out of the word "suck" before he removing himself from the lineup.
Guy goes on a hot streak and you manage to spin it into a thoroughly negative thing. Don't ever change.
Somewhere between Posada's first 100 AB's and the singles-hitting, BABIP-fueled renaissance over his past 55 AB's is possibly a new expected level of performance. Is Posada returning to old form? Maybe. But is not hitting for power over this same span SSS talking or are we seeing Posada 2.0? No idea, but mentioning that he's a singles hitter while on this tear isn't irrelevant to the discussion of what Posada is as a hitter now.
Edited by Trlicek's Whip, 13 June 2011 - 03:26 PM.