Originally Posted by Superdude
What's the logic in tossing his most recent 468 at bats out the window and only projecting from his minor league numbers? This season is more statistically relevant than anything else in his career as far as projection goes. I don't think he's a .292 hitter going forward, but everything else seems pretty much in line with what I would've expected. He's also moving into those magical prime years, so you can't rule out a peak power season in the near future.
A lot of people would have said the same of Drew Stubbs after 2010. I remember there being a thread about giving Stubbs a long term extension. I think Todd has had a outstanding year, I simply want to see him keep it up next year.