Grounded Polo wrote: Guillen has a great chance at reproducing this season's numbers
Guillen: 19 HR 94 RBI 11 SB 75 Runs .295 avg. 509 AB
2H: 5 HR 27 RBI 4 SB 24 Runs .257 avg. 226 AB
Tulo: 21 HR 86 RBI 7 SB 88 Runs .295 avg 539 AB
2H: 12 HR 48 RBI 2 SB 38 Runs .308 avg 224 AB
You have to admit those are some pretty shocking splits for Guillen. He has been horrible the second half. I don't believe that switching positions, which you ASSUME he will do, will keep him from this horrible slide again. Tulo has been improving all season and with the learning curve that high, big things are coming. Overall, the numbers are very similar and even IF Guillen repeats, I would be fairly surprised if Tulo didnt at least improve somewhat on his numbers, if not much better based on his age/splits.
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