Yesterday we covered the pitchers and today, as promised, we have the hitters.
|Paul Lo Duca||37||73||187||3||23||0.274||0.338||0.376||0.714|
A word of caution before you get all giddy or say OMG, these are just numbers feed into an algorithm which may be nothing close to what will happen. Then again on the other hand, they may end up fairly accurate. At this point, they are just kinda interesting.
- Unless the Marlins make a trade in the offseason, Baker is going to catch more than 70 games. However, the projection doesn't take into account the wearing down physically he will experience catching most every day.
- I will be shocked if Hermida provides 85 runs created. The most he has ever put up was 78 in 2007. In 2008 his RC dropped to 66. Also his average OPS is .779 which makes the projected .822 seem like a stretch to me. Maybe not an unbelievable stretch, but a stretch nonetheless.
- Hanley, well what can you say, the boy knows what to do with the bat.
- Cody's numbers, while understandably, look like a minimum to me. Assuming he plays most everyday.
- Treanor's numbers look low to me, but then again who knows what he can do with normal playing time when he is not injured. And that is something none of us has seen.
- Danny is Danny, he slugs.
- Willingham's are interesting, in that they would lead one to surmise that if one of the corner outfielders is traded, it shouldn't be him.
Like I said, sort of, the numbers are educated guesses. Still, they are interesting to peruse.