A couple more...
Jorge Posada: .358, 7 hr, 40 rbi, 35 r
With all of the Yankees' struggles, his season seems to be going largely unnoticed. Not too shabby for a guy who was the 10th catcher taken off the board (or thereabouts) in most leagues.
Aaron Rowand: .325, 8 hr, 30 rbi, 41 r, 3 sb
After his mini-breakout year in 2004, he's finally putting up the numbers that some of us expected out of him for the last couple of years. If he can keep his average around .300, the rest of his numbers should be pretty good. 12-15 sbs a possibility as well.
Brad Hawpe: .297, 8 hr, 38 rbi, 28 r
He was over-hyped coming into the season and fell on his face. Was hitting a season-low .243 with 0 hr, 8 rbi, 9 r as of April 28th (20 games). Since then (35 games), he's raised his average to .297, hit 8 hr, driven in 30 and scored 19 runs. Many people sold low early on him, he even turned up on the waiver-wire in a few leagues, but for those who held on he's been paying off.
Xavier Nady: .282, 10 hr, 36 rbi, 27 r
Not huge numbers, but for a guy who was undrafted in most leagues, solid output. You don't want to rely on him, but as long as he's producing like this he makes a very servicable third outfielder.