not a one year wonder. he has been good for two years now, and bad for none. he is a stud hitter that is just too good to keep hitting like this. do not trade him now, unless you can get close to opening day value for him. it's decisions like this, to trade a slumping stud that will keep you in the cellar. 10 days ago b. giles had numbers worse then huff, and there was a topic a day from paranoid owners. now the only topic about giles is who is better him or marcus.