Originally Posted by Scrap Irony
If Alonso can OPS 900 or so, he deserves that ranking.
I believe he'll settle in at 825-850.
If he's at my projection, he's not even in the Top 100 discussion.
If he is an .825-850 guy in Petco, that is like being a .900 guy in Cincinnati.
Adrian Gonzalez had an .849 OPS in 2007 and it was good for a 126 OPS+. In 2007 Joey Votto had a .907 OPS and it was good for a 127 OPS+.