Russell James wrote:What about his .195 batting average?
He has a higher career batting average (.263), than Adam Dunn (.248) whose ADP is 40.80 (MockDraftCentral). He's never come within less than 10 points of batting .195, but I assume that was just pulled to try and make a point.
30 HR and 100 RBI isn't nearly out of the question for Sexson, who is being undrafted in most leagues. Hell, 35 HR isn't even out of the question, as he hit 34 in '06 and 39 in '05. He surpassed 100 RBI prior to '07 in 5 of the preious 6 seasons, the sixth he was injured for. Toss in a probable 75 or so Runs, and you've got yourself a pretty servicable option at 1B that you just got for free off Waivers... That's pretty much the definition of a sleeper candidate, if you ask me.