bayside wrote:What kind of return would you realistically expect for him though?
Then don't trade him. You have to have a buyer in any deal, if you can't sell high, don't.
bayside wrote:Rather, i meant that "I think it IS likely he will be better throughout the rest of the season than he has been over his first 28 games (I think he will run more, keep his average up near .300, and I think he hits HR's more often than 1 every 30 PA.) So how is he a sell high?"
Yeah, I know you meant that he is likely to get better and that is what I meant too...most people think he will get better, add that thought to his already huge hype/potential and you can sell high off of those thoughts. Because there are some...I'm assuming Ender, and me to a certain extent, think he won't get a ton better THIS year...at least not enough to match the hype and the thought that he's going to get a lot better as a 19 year old.