Cuddyer seven days a week and twice on Sunday. lol I like Rasmus as well, but I don't see him coming close to Cuddyer's production this year. I'd chalk Cuddyer up for line of .285, 38 HR, 93 RBI, 36 doubles, almost 100 runs and maybe 7-10 stolen bases, especially in Colorado. I think those are legit predictions for him this season...and Rasmus, well he won't come close to that, even his greatest stat line in 2010 only came somewhat close. His three year averages don't even make up for half of Cuddyer in all of those categories except for maybe doubles and SBs. Rasmus will definitely grab more bags but not nearly enough to eclipse Cuddyers overall offensive production. Help with my question too, thanks.
"Baseball is ninety percent mental. The other half is physical." --Yogi Berra