I think having OPS as a category moves Giambi right into the Sexson, Konerko, and Dunn crowd. (Basically 40 homerun power with .250 ~ .270BA and 100 RBIs.) But be realistic, Giambi will not be a 1.000+ OPS kind of hitter again like he once was. He'll be lucky to duplicate his .975 OPS from last year. Personally I would be willing to gamble on Giambi over Konerko (barely scrapes .900 OPS) but probably not over Sexson or Dunn. But this is all assuming Giambi stays healthy and at least plays like he did the last two months of last year. (.250 hitting, 6-7 hr/month, .950~.980 OPS) And that's not a guarantee by any means.