Check out what the Marlins hitting coach said about him (this is from Peter Gammons' column):
"Look for him to have a banner, MVP kind of year. I'll stake my reputation on it. I think he can put up some unbelievable numbers. I'd be surprised if he's not in the high 30's in homers, hits over .300 and goes well over 100 RBI."
Now of course that's a bit of a stretch, especially in Florida's park, but I'm guessing he will improve over last season numbers, especially if he continues his spring training performance into the regular season. Batting after Pudge, Lee, and Lowell should give him the RBI opportunities. If I had to guess I'd say .280-25-90 with 25-30SB and 75ish runs. If he does well the first month or so I'd really like to see him bat 3rd after Castillo and Pierre. He'd get a ton of RBI opportunities with those speedsters on base, then a ton of runs with Pudge, Lee, and Lowell after him.