I don't know about a .340 average, but I think an average well over .300 is very attainable. After all, he's posted an OPS over .900 for the past two years. Last year, it was easy enough to write it off because of the injury. However, now that's he's done it in a (more or less) full season, I don't think we should so easily write him off. As I said earlier this year (too bad I didn't act on it though), he was never really given steady playing time until 2003. Now that he has a starting position, I believe he will continue posting good numbers. As far as age, Mora was a pro soccer player and amateur boxer in Venezuela, so I think he definitely has the athletic ability to keep performing at a high level into his 30's.