I heard a very interesting statistical discussion on MLB.com yesterday which noted that:
The high quality of Morneau's at bats and the quality of the balls he has put into play are not reflected inhis average to date. His BA should, the analysis suggest be over. 300. In short, he has been a victim of some well hit balls not falling in or defenses playing him particulary well. The "luck" factor in hitting has been very strongly against him. He's batting/hitting well -- but not getting results. (Shame I cut him a few weeks ago.) This should give Morneau owners a ray of optimism.
On the flip side, they noted that Prince Fielder should really be hitting in the .250 range, but balls have been falling in his favor.