Curtis Pride wrote:that's basically what he did last year. His upside is much greater than that
His run numbers were deflated because they batted him at the bottom of the lineup much of the year.
Even if he regresses and only hits about .280 this year, he'll still score well over 100 runs due to his OBP skills and who he's hitting behind.
I think what you posted is a conservative estimate, and I would have said that on April 1.
I would be surprised if he scored less than 120 runs, had less than 15 homers, or hit under .300 for the year.
what are you talking about? check the #s before saying that's what he basically did last year. last year he had 100 runs, 13 hrs, 72 rbis, 5 sbs, and .279 avg. how is that 110
sbs, and .3
and i didn't say that's what he will do this year. he may do better, he may do worse. my entire post said he may be turning into a michael young type of hitter, who is a safe bet for 110 15+ 80+ 5+ .300.