Since the front office seems to be listening more intently to fan frustration, we focus on this longstanding complaint and constant source of disappointment.
This passage puts the argument perfectly . . .
"Talking about Dozier after another disappointing season seems like an annual event. Since a standout 2019 campaign, the former Stephen F. Austin product has been average at best. He's also currently in one of the worst stretches of his career, and many fans have had enough."
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When an MLB team drafts prospects among the top-10 selections, those players have high expectations. All-Star seasons, division championships and the like - all of it seems possible with highly-drafted prospects. Hunter Dozier, a Kansas City Royals veteran, never realized the potential that typically comes with being the No.