cannedcorn wrote:Do this numbers look to far off?
.330 145 RBI 45 HR 20 SB?
What, you mean for next week?
Eh, I'm tempted to dial those digits back a little. But note that Berkman has been consistent in the past two years in maintaining average without huge fluctuation throughout the bulk of the season. In 2006 he was .333 on May 1 and ended .315 on October 1. In 2007, .256 on May 1 and ended at .278. The dude sets a pace and keeps it.
So if he's at .391 now, why not .330 by season's end? What the fart, why not .350? .360? This could be the career year, enjoy.