Atrophying Testicles wrote:I can certainly see his average coming back to earth a little bit, but it has already...As for his run production (R, RBI, HR), it's not like he's been knocking the cover off the ball in an unreasonable manner for power so I don't see any reason he will slow down his HR pace and RBI rate unless the Marlins make some dumb trades or something. I can see him ending up with something like 38HR, 120RBI, 100R, and about .315Avg. If he gets to those #s or close to it, I'll be thrilled with his production. I drafted him 16th overall in my 10 Team H2H (A little high I guess) but I think I'm getting my moneys worth and will continue to do so. No complaints here.
I drafted him twice in the second round. And I'm happy. I agree with your projections as well. Those are great numbers for a 1st rounder. Now if I could get say Peavey and a good outfiedlers for him I would do that.