Untill he learns to push the ball he will continue to hit .240,.250 but you can expect his power #'s to go up.
It's simple....the shift is killing giambi and his average.
Untill he learns to push the ball,which he will never do this late in his career,he screwed .
Unless he gets up with runners on,you can count on a ground out to 2nd or a HR in the right field porch
"Clutch does exist, I've got one in my car"--BobbyRoberto