Very interesting stuff Nerfherders.
What people also fail to account for, post after post after post, is that using his "road" stats to project what his full year numbers will be away from Coors is HIGHLY flawed.
Holliday, much like every other hitter, will most likely have better home numbers than road numbers, regardless of if they play at Coors field or not.
Taking his "road" stats from the last few years and making it seem like that's what his overall numbers will look like in '09 is not taking into account that he will become familiar with his new home park, and thus most likely have better home numbers than road numbers.
All in all, if I can get the consistency of a Holliday somewhere near the end of the second round, I'll take it. I mean, Holliday, in a walk year, and with a good possibility of being traded mid year to a contender.....