One of the most underrated players of his generation, Abreu was about as close as any player has ever been to being the perfect offensive weapon. Bobby could hit in the excess of 25 homers, steal 30+ bases, hit over .300 and post an on-base percentage over .400. The man was, simply put, an offensive stud. But Bobby spent the bulk of his career with the Phillies before they became an NL East powerhouse–much like Curt Schilling–and few people noticed just how great of a ballplayer Bobby was. Abreu may still catch on with another team because he still has the on-base skills, but the power and speed have faded.
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