I see Freddy ending the season Batting .325 9 HR and 88 rbi with high 90's in runs scored. Which means he should bat .300 for the second half. He could do slightly better if they keep him in the 3 hole and stop jerking him around. Not bad for a waiver wire pick up.[/quote]
Nah i dont agree I think he'll still end up hitting in the low .300s but 90rs & 88rbis r a tad high for him[/quote]
Sound a bit high because we are talking about Freddy The Finger Sanchez, and the little guy gets no respect...but take into consideration he is short about 60 ab's the first half compared to starters. He did not become a regular until May 2nd and then the following month he was hitting 7th in the line up. Regardless of that , he has 49 rbi and 50 runs at the break. It appears he is going to bat no lower than 5th the rest of the way, based on where he has been batting the last 3 weeks. If Freddy bats .325 end of the year, means he bats around .290 the rest of the way. .290 is about average for him based on his entire career. If The Finger bats 2nd or 5th for the majority of the remainder of the season, he gets those numbers or exceeds them slightly.