Don't forget that Ramirez was a part-timer at the beginning of the year last year and then spent all except 72 of his ABs in the 6-9 slots. If he starts the full season and bats #2, you can count on 625-650 ABs, which provides a 30-35% increase in his counting numbers. Based on 625 ABs, AxRam would have had a 85/27/100/17/.290 line. Even if you think his numbers will drop by 10 percent, you are talking 76/24/90/15/.271, which is damn good. If he bats near the top of the order, his run and rabi numbers will be switched (higher runs, lower RBIs), but still about the same total R+RBI projected. I'd expect fewer SBs, simply because he has not shown a good rate and I think they'll limit his attempts.
Unless he gets hurt, though, I'd expect 85-95 runs, 20-25 HRs, 70-80 RBIs, 5-10 SBs, and a .275-285 average.
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