Athe'eTeddy wrote:Jose Guillen? nobody thinks he'll turn it around?
Guillen hasn't really turned it around the whole time he's been in DC. That ballpark kills him.
As for my beliefs, I have a few NL names:
Floyd (He's a great hitter when not injured. He's done with his slump and could be spectacular in the 2nd half).
Mike Jacobs (If his ankle is completely rested, his new compact swing has made his average slowly rise since the beginning of the year. Plus the Marlins offense seems to click now). Maybe not the best, but I think he will live up to his potential now.
Alou (Downright amazing when he has hit after Bonds. They just need to have him hit after
Chris Young (SD) (His numbers seem to get better as time goes on from preseason).
Mat Cain (He apparently is beginning to understand he can't beat everyone with straight fastballs). I don't expect All-star numbers, but surprises in K's and W's would not be out of the question.