I agree that Iguchi should be a good value, but I think his numbers will take a hit.
Hideki in his last season in Japan went
112 - 50 - 107 .334 .461 .692 1.153
first year in MLB
82 - 16 - 106 .287 .353 .435 .788
That's a big drop in power.
He did become a very good player in his 2nd year, so he needed that time to adjust to MLB pitching.
Kaz in Japan:
104 - 33 - 84 .305 .365 .549
65 - 7 - 44 .272 .331 .396
I think lots of Iguchi's power will be gone in his rookie season.
My apologies. I have a nephew named Anfernee, and I know how mad he gets when I call him Anthony. Almost as mad as I get when I think about the fact that my sister named him Anfernee.