I'll respectfully disagree with most of the contributors in this thread.
See him checking in around .290, with 20/15 HR/SB, possibly a little more. Should also net close to 90 RBI if he stays in the six hole, which is where I believe he's slated to hit. That would change, of course, should Guillen move him back toward the top of the order. I see Rowand as a guy who always had quite a bit of potential, but just took awhile to figure it out. He appears to have responded under this manager and I expect him to have another fine season.