Originally Posted by jojo
Here's the way I view Stubbs. His defense is exceptional and because of that, he's the leading candidate for centerfield.
Assuming he's a +15 defender over a full season, that means his bat only needs to be capable of a wOBA=.300 (-15 runs; OPS roughly .690-.700ish) to be a league average player. There is probably a good chance he can do that.
What would his value be if, say, he split the difference between above and what he did this year? Say, .730-ish OPS with the same D.