You're entitled to your opinion so I won't rip you.
But that won't stop me from saying you're wrong and he won't bat over .250 the rest of the year.
purely from a historical point of view for an experienced hitter, that is very unlikely closing in on almost being impossinble.
dont forget its very possible that he gets dealt to a better offensive team with a home park smaller than Safeco.
i say he turns it around. buy extremely low if want to. he might not be studly but he'll have pretty good numbers for a 2B from now on. i have him on a lot of teams now even though i never even drafted him.