If I had to hazard a guess I'd say he'll see around 400 AB's. With those I could see a line of 60-65 runs 15-20 HR's and 65-70 RBI's with a .280 ish average. No one is gong to confuse his ceiling with that of Jay Bruce, but he's got more minors seasoning, he's got a much more plate discipline and he's in a better lineup then Bruce was. I could definitely see him approaching or surpassing Bruce's counting numbers last year, probably falling just short on the power (I only say that because I feel like power is the last thing to translate for jumping levels... though I could be mislead), but I'd guess he hits for a considerably better average given he doesn't have the severe lefty righty splits Bruce does, and he has a more disciplined approach at the plate. I'm excited to be getting in on the ground level. He reminds me of Nick Markakis with a lower ceiling, more of doubles then HR hitter, but capable of blasting 25-30 in the near future with a solid batting average and tremendous OBP.