It would probably be better to try to identify those veterens who WON'T revert back to their norms. In most cases if you are a veteren player with a track record and he has a down year, he'll revert back the next year to his norms. It seems to be more of a surprise if they stay down and remain crappy.
Yeah. I'll be in trouble next season as well if he doesn't rebound. 0.271 isn't horrible, but if I were to expect a down season from him I would be more inclined to think that the average would sub 0.250, but the power would still be there (20-25 at least). This 12 HR crap is killin' me.
It's going to be Dan Uggla. In 2011 I drafted Dunn in the 4th round and he was absolute garbage, this year, Dan Uggla, 4th round, absolute garbage. I fully expect Ian Kennedy and Anibal Sanchez to be absolute monsters next year on the mound but I won't be drafting them again either.