People are bashing Chavvy to no end, questioning his manhood and Beane's decision to re-sign him. Funny, because in 2003, our perceived "offensive leader" was also slumping badly. In April, he hit .161 with a .515 OPS. That was in 112 ABs. I guess you guys thought Miggy was never going to come around either, that we should've traded him then and there too? Of course, Chavvy's troubles have hurt us even more because backing him up right now is the equally slumping Durazo. Back in early '03 somebody else had Miggy's back. Somebody named Eric Chavez: .853 OPS in 96 ABs in April 2003.