let me play devil's advocate just to mess with your minds. most of this is borrowed from a post I made a month or two ago.
and to be scientifically fair
who was expecting him to be this good in his first full year? not me. many people have said they got him off the waiver wire, and i have a feeling that was likely true of many shallow leagues.
we've seen plenty of examples in the past where a player comes on the scene with a fast start, then a sophomore slump, and then you see them grow over the next few years eventually matching their first season and even surpassing it. a great example would be carlos beltran.
the indians as a whole were just plain hotter in the first half. i think the real indians were more like the ones we saw in the 2nd half - a less explosive offense. it was just chance that lawton and ronnie belliard of all people were red hot at the same time at the beginning of the season like that. they will be depending on young guys like hafner, broussard, peralta, crisp, sizemore, blake, brandon phillips, and injury question marks like aaron boone, lawton, and gerut.
what i'm getting at is less rbi opportunities and less good pitches.
I'm not saying he'll be bad, but I'm saying the possibility is there that he could really disappoint if you are depending on certain stats outta him especially in a full season. There are just so many question marks with their offense right now.