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Rickie Weeks Projected

The most difficult thing for projection systems to project is playing time. The best they can do is assume that some pattern is being formed throughout the years, and when there isn't a pattern a projection system will create a new one. Only Weeks' health will keep him from approaching 700 plate appearances in 2008. We're not too far out of line with average and on base percentage, but we know that weeks last year spent some time in the majors protecting an injured wrist or hitting with bad habits from worrying about that wrist. Unencumbered, we know that he has excellent power. That can't be seen by marcel. Me, I'll take the over on both triples, and homeruns.

.      pa   ab  h  1b 2b 3b hr bb  avg  obp  slg  ops
bcb    591 510 143 88 27  7 21 79 .279 .379 .483 .862
chone  482 405 106 65 22  4 15 77 .262 .380 .447 .827
marcel 494 419 108 70 20  4 14 70 .258 .364 .425 .789
zips       465 118 76 21  6 15 65 .254 .363 .422 .785

bb for chone and marcel include hpb. marcel avg, obp, slg calculatated by me.

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