Jayson Werth is coming off a career season.á Given his first true chance to play every day, he set career highs in home runs, RBI, and runs.á He tied his career high in stolen bases as well as posting a usable average.á He was a 35/20 player: just what fantasy owners thirst for. When you look at his line, you realize how good he was, but should he be going among the first 36 players selected on draft day (his current ADP is 34.35)?á Before we answer that question, letÆs take a look at just how good he was in 2009: 571 At Bats .268 Batting Average (153 Hits) 36 Home Runs 99 RBI 98 Runs 20 Stolen Bases .373 On Base Percentage .506 Slugging Percentage .309 Batting Average on Balls in Play
The number that jumps out at you is his power, considering he had just 33 career home runs p ...
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