Manfred wrote:20HRs sounds right (he's hitting for some power now, and I could see him eventually eclipsing 20HRs)
20sb seems a little high (I'd say 10-15 in the majors)
.280-.300 is very low, imo. The guy is a future batting title winner. I'd say he is a .330 type hitter
Well like I said I think he will run more on the Angels then he would would most clubs, so he could reach around 20 SB. The avg. is just a realistic expectation of his potential. Could he hit more, sure but on a yearly basis I don't see him hitting that far over .300. Yes he has hit for a high avg. in the minors, but it's the minors afterall. For someone who doesn't take that many pitches, I don't see him being able to keep that high of an avg at the major league level. There are very few hitters at the major league level who don't walk, yet hit for a high avg., let alone hit .330.