Good question. I would give the edge to Cat:
(1) Although 2B-eligible, Cat isn't playing the infield this year, which may keep him healthier than Marcus.
(2) Marcus has never played over 100 games in a major league season.
(3) Marcus plays half his games in humid Atlanta, Frank plays home games indoors in the offensive-friendly Metrodome.
(4) Cat will probably score and drive in more runs.
On the other hand:
(1) Cat has poor splits vs. LHP and will probably sit out more than Marcus, unless Marcus continues to slump.
(2) Marcus will steal more bases and probably hit more homers.
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