Originally Posted by TheNext44
Well, it you think that, then you should think that he will finish with an OBP of .329, which means that he will OBP around .360 the rest of the way. Which is basically my point.
Right now, due to an 0-19 slump (Pujols just had an 0-16 slump) he is off of his career numbers. I think if he gets enough playing time, they will come back to his norm.
However, even if he did do that, I would still want Dickerson over him.
Like I said, I hope you are right.
No offense (pardon the pun) but I'd bet Taveras ends up with an OBP of less than .350 for the 2009 season.