|Knocked in and scored the Marlins' first run of the season today. The homer boosted his slugging average to .750. The slugging averages at the end of the game of the four hitters who batted in front of him: .182, .182, .222, .167.|
|The bid limit shouldn't go too high, but he is going to hit home runs and steal bases, and on the Marlins he's going to get a full season of AB.|
|The flip side of Ruggiano is that he probably has to play and he should provide category juice, which makes his batting average less of an issue to me. It's not like the room is forcing anyone to pay off last year's numbers/rate, or anything close to that. I like him as a cheap fifth OF in a mixer, and that's a very attainable goal.|
|How about a month by month breakdown of it.
June- 50 AB .400 Avg .439 BABIP
July- 87 AB .333 Avg .418 BABIP
Aug.- 78 AB .282 Avg .370 BABIP
Sept- 72 AB .264 Avg .380 BABIP
The driving force behind that .403- .360 BABIP on grounders(MLB avg .238).
|Another guy I am struggling to determine a bid limit.
Just how much will that .403 BABIP normalize? I would say significantly.
Dec 18 '12
|How many more undervalued Marlins can I find in my home NL-only roto. I guess when you slap people together in a starting lineup who were reserves or minor leaguers with less than flashy fantasy skills this will happen.
Ruggiano, Pierre, Solano, Brantly ...
|Last season: 18 comments|
|2010 season: 3 comments|
|2009 season: 3 comments|