My gut tells me no. He's been almost worthless all season, and at this point in the guy's career, you've gotta think his age and his history of injuries has to be getting to him. His home-away splits are even worse than usual (.358/.498/.585 at home, .229/.369/.399 away), and his overall slugging percentage has dropped precipitously in recent years -- .662 in 2001, .602 in 2002, and a dismal .494 this year, tied with Marquis Grissom and Eric Byrnes. For a guy whose hallmarks have been a very good average, and good homer and RBI production, .295/10/60 weeks after the All-Star break -- as well as only 5 homers in 159 AB at Coors -- just isn't going to cut it. It's been a great career, but I think it's in its twilight.