Ellis looks like he's heading now toward where he was in the last half of 2005... He seems to have won back the leadoff spot, so it's a good run-scoring spot.
Khalil Greene is hitting for some serious power lately, and he's taking more walks, which is a good sign that he's maturing at the plate so the avg. may be coming up soon too.... still too many 0-fers occassionally, but for the SS spot, he's got serious power, and don't be scared by the Petco rep, for a righty pull hitter like Greene, Petco is hitter-neutral if not friendly.... It's the gaps that make Petco so ugly for regular power guys.