Whew, hard to predict what Josh will put up, if he starts and play a full season, i could see him batting 275 15-18 hr and 15-20 sb's, maybe 75 rbi's
these would be great numbers for a late round pick at 2b in any draft.
He has had some pop in the minors and runs a little bit. He is still very raw and could struggle this year adjusting to the pro's. I really doubt he reaches my projections listed above.
Problem with Barifeld is you won't know when he's starting. Even with a killer spring, him and Bellhorn will split starting time...
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RAmst23 wrote:Problem with Barifeld is you won't know when he's starting. Even with a killer spring, him and Bellhorn will split starting time...
I think that if he has a great spring they have to start Barfield. Bellhorn would be a good utility player for the Pads and he isn't making so much money that they can't afford to have him coming off the bench.
hookem2003 wrote:Piece of advice, when it's comes to fantasy, it's best to act like March doesn't exist.
Agreed, but then we wouldn't have anything to talk about in March. Believe me, I'm not rushing to add Barfield to my roster. Just find it interesting how well he's playing considering he's battling for a starting job.