jorgesca wrote:But even with that he'd still have one of the league's highest HR potential.
And RBI/Runs in that lineup. Even if he hits just .250, a 40 HR, 125 RBI, 90 Runs guy isn't going to come around often these days. In fact, only M-Cab and Stanton come to mind as guys that can get these numbers, at this point.
Goldy is King.