Uh...Meat. Everett plays in Arlington, not Houston.(ouch)
Anyway, there is no reason for Everett to slow down. He's in a contract year so he's trying to prove what he's worth. He's also hitting in front of Arod, Juan Gonzalez, and Palmeiro, so he will continue to get good pitches to hit. That said I think he will put up somewhere around .300-40-110. If he stays healthy, and right now he seems in better shape then I've ever seen him. (wish I had picked him up.....DANG!)
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