The Garrett Anderson ("so underrated, he's overrated"): Matt Holliday may or may not put up another line like last year's .326/34/119, depending on whether the Coors Field mad scientists decide to humidify the game balls, dehumidify them or soak them in pickle brine. He's no longer much of a secret, though, and even a slight drop-off could make him an eighth-round value at a third-round price.
That's an excerpt from a Larry Dobrow article on CBS sportsline, and it makes absolutely no sense. First of all, he gives no reason for why he believes Holliday will regress. He never even says that he thinks he will not have as good a year as last year, all he says is that Holliday is basically going too high in drafts. Last time I checked, .326/34/119, coupled in with some steals and the Coors advantage is worthy of 3rd/4th round selection. This guy thinks Holliday's numbers put him around the 8th round? That's crazy.