I know that we already have a roster full of OF's, but if the Rockies make Matt Holliday available, can we really pass up making a run at him?
From 2005-2007, his stats away from Coors field are the following:
AVG: .281 OBP: .343 SLG: .466 HR: 30 RBI: 126 2B: 54
3B: 7 AB: 854 H: 240 Games Played: 214 BB: 73 K: 168
The closest road splits for that time frame that I noticed was Jimmy Rollins who had more SB and 3B, but less runs scored and a slightly lower AVG and OBP.
I know the production is down from what it has been at home, but you would assume that wherever he calls home he would produce better than on the road.
Who would the Cards need to give up outside of Rasmus, or is the deal not possible without Rasmus?
Holliday's bat would provide protection for Albert that he hasn't seen since Edmonds was in his prime...