Elvis Andrus: An Early Fantasy Baseball 2010 Projection

Posted: 17th December 2009 by Eric Stashin in MLB
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IÆve already given my early projections on Alcides Escobar (click here to view) and Everth Cabrera (click here to view), so letÆs finish off the trifecta of young shortstops by looking at Elvis Andrus. Of the three, Andrus was the most impressive in 2009, mostly as a 20-year old (he turned 21 in late August), posting the following line: 480 At Bats
.267 Batting Average (128 Hits)
6 Home Runs
40 RBI
72 Runs
33 Stolen Bases
.329 On Base Percentage
.373 Slugging Percentage
.307 Batting Average on Balls in Play He spent the majority of his time hitting ninth, which certainly hurt his potential a bit.á However, when he was given the chance to hit second (130 at bats), he really shined, hitting .277 with 21 R and 12 SB.á Extrapolate those numbers over a full s ...

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