I found these two opinions here which look at Jay Bruce from a fantasy perspective. Here you go:
Behrens for Bruce: It always feels wrong when we refer to professional athletes as "unlucky," but, speaking strictly about balls-in-play, no one in baseball had less luck than Bruce in 2009. He posted MLB's lowest BABIP among players with 300 plate appearances (.222). Before fracturing his right wrist in July, Bruce appeared to be our game's best buy-low candidate. The fantasy stats didn't match the underlying skills.
Thus it was no great surprise when Bruce mauled opposing pitchers in September after returning from the DL. He hit .326/.426/.652 with four homers over the season's final three weeks, reminding us of the talent that made him the 2007 Minor League Player of the Year. He still projects as an eventual star. Entering his age-23 season, it's much too early to limit Bruce's ceiling. He's a career .334 hitter at Triple-A; he managed to hit 22 home runs for Cincinnati last year in just 101 games, in a campaign that disappointed everyone. Don't sleep on him on draft day.
Bruce actually improved his plate discipline and contact rate in 2009 – check the outside-swing and zone-contact percentages– so be careful not to overstate the extent of his sophomore-year struggles. And before you give a home park advantage to Gonzalez, understand that Great American has been more homer-friendly than Coors Field in four of the past five seasons. If Bruce maintains his '09 power pace over 550 at-bats, then he'll hit 35 bombs in 2010. If he improves, then he'll be the year's greatest bargain.
Funston responds: I'm not going to sit here and disparage Jay Bruce, because you don't give up on a soon-to-be 24-year old with his upside. But we do know that there are some sizeable issues that he needs to overcome. Like 758 career at-bats at a .240 clip – 237 of those ABs have come against southpaws and have produced a sub-Mendoza line of .198. There's also the matter of just seven steals (and nine caught stealings) in that span, as well. That's two very significant holes in a standard five category roto set-up.