I like Pence, Ethier and Victorino all pretty equal. If I knew Ethier would get the # of AB's Pence does I think he'll be more consistant and would put up the same power numbers. Victorino is up there too but he's a different cat, you take him if your looking for speed, obviously.Hunter Pence
He's very inconsistant, and his BB/K shows that likely won't change. I projected him out pretty good this year and I probably won't expect a whole lot more from him next year. Andre Ethier
He may turn out to be that .300/30
hr guy yet.
I'd like to see how they want to use him next year. It'd be nice if he could get his 600ABs or close to it. He also is a better hitter against lefties than he's shown this year....at least his career numbers tell me he is. So there is room for improvement there.Shane Victorino
He's got more home runs in July than he does in all the other months combined this year. Other than that he is what he is... .280+/12/60/90/30+ Nothing wrong with that.
These guys are notch below, IMO. I'd take Dukes over Werth just because the potential is higher and since these guys will likely go late enough you can gamble on the potential.Elijah Dukes
A world of talent but he isn't a professional. Who knows what he's going to do on and off the field from week to week. Add in a bit of a injury risk and I'd be nervous to pick him around where he will likely go. I'll pass on him if the hype machine starts up.Jason Werth
He'll be 30 years old next year and has never sniffed 400 ABs in a year until this year. He's a career .266 hitter with poor BB/K totals. He'll be a late round flyer for me and there will likely be those that take a shot at him in the mid rounds.