I've written a couple of pretty long posts on the subject, do a search of my name and you'll find them.
Basically, there is no evidence to support the claim that pitchers will pitch "around" Cabrera this year. Pitchers simply don't do that in the major leagues as often as many people think. Look at Chavez, Bay, Helton, etc. in 2005.
Cabrera is actually surrounded by 2 very talented young hitters in Hermida and Jacobs. Granted, it's no Carlos Delgado, but Cabrera is a good enough hitter to where it shouldn't matter much. Sure his walks will go up a little, and his Runs and RBI might see a slight drop, but nothing astronomical.
Cabrera is going to have a better year this year than he did last year. Feel comfortable drafting him in the first round.
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