He's on pace to hit over 50 home runs in a Ryan Howard type of year. I don't think anyone will be too quick to jump on a sophomore stud like they did with Howard (he consistently went in the first 5 picks in most leagues). Even if he slows down and hits about 40, he's still going to be a high commodity next year.
If he ends projected at 100 R, 55 HR, 125 RBI and .295 AVG, then we can have a long hard debate on where he should go in the first round next year
I'm just not sure the whole Brewers team can keep it up, let alone Prince.
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