Something interesting is that Vegas has Kendrys Morales' RBI o/u set to 90.5, HR o/u at 27.5 -- the only projection that has him even sniffing that is Bill James (24 HR, 86 RBI) and others have him falling wildly short. Does Vegas know something we don't? Other interesting o/u marks for various players...
J.J. Hardy - 25.5 HR -- apparently they think a repeat power performance is in the works
Kevin Youkilis - 22.5 HR -- I doubt it
Jacoby Ellsbury - 20.5 HR -- seems a lot more reasonable than expecting 30 again, and I bet he still goes under
Andrew Bailey - 35.5 SV -- seems to still be available even with the possibility of him missing 3 months
Alfonso Soriano - 22.5 HR -- I thought this was ridiculous until I saw he hit 26 last year...
Adam Dunn - 27.5 HR -- in my heart I want to believe he surpasses this easily and I don't have to watch a repeat of last year's disgust
Joey Votto - 30.5 HR, 105.5 RBI -- reasonable
Jay Bruce - 31.5 HR, 95.5 RBI
Carlos Santana - 27.5 HR -- as an owner, this is nice to see
Miguel Cabrera - 34.5 HR, 112.5 RBI
Prince Fielder - 35.5 HR, 115.5 RBI -- interesting to see both of these higher than Miggy's
Hanley Ramirez - 21.5 HR, 29.5 SB, 84.5 RBI
Jose Reyes - 105.5 R, 39.5 SB
Giancarlo Stanton - 35.5 HR, 95.5 RBI
Billy Butler - 18.5 HR, 87.5 RBI
Eric Hosmer - 25.5 HR, 87.5 RBI
Albert Pujols - 37.5 HR, 118.5 RBI
Matt Kemp - 33.5 HR, 112.5 RBI
Dee Gordon - 47.5 SB
Ryan Braun - 30.5 HR, 110.5 RBI
Rickie Weeks - 24.5 HR
Corey Hart - 27.5 HR
I feel like I want to try and acquire Kendrys Morales?