Hill will not produce 2009 numbers. A disgusting amount of PA, a un-repeatable HR/FB ratio, and several other peripherals that I'm too lazy to regurgitate suggest that 2010 will in fact not be 2009. As far as this season, he's been unlucky but not as bad as the other two. The average will come up, but don't expect show stopping OPS and ISO from him this year.
Carlos Lee is sporting a .232 BABIP and played in a mostly dormant offense. Aforementioned offense is picking it up some, temper expectations because he still is an aging smo who plays for the Astros, but should get better.
Aramis Ramirez has the lowest BABIP in all the MLB. Even Aramis isn't that bad. 20/90/.270 still isn't out of reach for him.
Go Jay Bruce. Credits to Super Manny.