Average and prime year projections part 3

Brett Lawrie / 2B/3B/OF / Milwaukee
Average Year Projection:
.288 / .351 / 14 HR / 37 2B / 6 3B / 80 RBI / 84 R / 53 BB / 125 SO / 12 SB / 4 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.301 / .370 / 19 HR / 38 2B / 7 3B / 91 RBI / 97 R / 59 BB / 117 SO / 16 SB / 4 CS

Michael Pineda / SP / Seattle
Average Year Projection:
195 IP / 4.37 ERA / 1.34 WHIP / 12 W / 11 L / 170 SO / 195 H / 67 BB
Prime Year Projection:
208 IP / 3.77 ERA / 1.24 WHIP / 14 W / 11 L / 189 SO / 197 H / 60 BB

Freddie Freeman / 1B / Atlanta
Average Year Projection:
.300 / .365 / 18 HR / 38 2B / 2 3B / 87 RBI / 79 R / 57 BB / 119 SO / 3 SB / 1 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.311 / .383 / 21 HR / 39 2B / 2 3B / 95 RBI / 85 R / 65 BB / 111 SO / 4 SB / 1 CS

Dan Hudson / SP / Arizona
Average Year Projection:
202 IP / 4.40 ERA / 1.32 WHIP / 13 W / 12 L / 168 SO / 199 H / 67 BB
Prime Year Projection:
211 IP / 3.91 ERA / 1.25 WHIP / 14 W / 12 L / 181 SO / 202 H / 62 BB

Simon Castro / SP/RP / San Diego
Average Year Projection:
200 IP / 4.38 ERA / 1.36 WHIP / 13 W / 12 L / 169 SO / 200 H / 71 BB
Prime Year Projection:
210 IP / 3.86 ERA / 1.27 WHIP / 14 W / 11 L / 184 SO / 203 H / 63 BB

Jake McGee / SP/RP / Tampa Bay
Average Year Projection:
193 IP / 4.49 ERA / 1.34 WHIP / 12 W / 11 L / 165 SO / 191 H / 68 BB
Prime Year Projection:
204 IP / 3.94 ERA / 1.25 WHIP / 14 W / 11 L / 182 SO / 195 H / 61 BB

Michael Saunders / OF / Seattle
Average Year Projection:
.266 / .336 / 14 HR / 33 2B / 2 3B / 75 RBI / 77 R / 58 BB / 126 SO / 11 SB / 4 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.277 / .353 / 18 HR / 34 2B / 2 3B / 82 RBI / 85 R / 64 BB / 119 SO / 15 SB / 5 CS

Brett Wallace / 1B/3B / Houston
Average Year Projection:
.271 / .342 / 20 HR / 33 2B / 1 3B / 85 RBI / 80 R / 60 BB / 126 SO / 1 SB / 1 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.281 / .359 / 24 HR / 34 2B / 1 3B / 93 RBI / 86 R / 69 BB / 117 SO / 2 SB / 1 CS

Alcides Escobar / SS / Milwaukee
Average Year Projection:
.279 / .332 / 7 HR / 25 2B / 7 3B / 57 RBI / 87 R / 44 BB / 78 SO / 24 SB / 6 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.291 / .351 / 9 HR / 26 2B / 8 3B / 64 RBI / 96 R / 51 BB / 70 SO / 31 SB / 7 CS

Ike Davis / 1B / NY Mets
Average Year Projection:
.267 / .349 / 20 HR / 32 2B / 1 3B / 78 RBI / 72 R / 70 BB / 133 SO / 2 SB / 1 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.276 / .362 / 25 HR / 33 2B / 2 3B / 87 RBI / 80 R / 75 BB / 123 SO / 3 SB / 1 CS

Kyle Drabek / SP / Toronto
Average Year Projection:
207 IP / 4.56 ERA / 1.37 WHIP / 12 W / 12 L / 160 SO / 208 H / 76 BB
Prime Year Projection:
216 IP / 4.09 ERA / 1.31 WHIP / 13 W / 12 L / 174 SO / 212 H / 71 BB

J.P. Arencibia / C / Toronto
Average Year Projection:
.259 / .321 / 16 HR / 30 2B / 1 3B / 72 RBI / 62 R / 43 BB / 113 SO / 1 SB / 1 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.268 / .335 / 19 HR / 31 2B / 1 3B / 78 RBI / 66 R / 48 BB / 107 SO / 1 SB / 1 CS

Dustin Ackley / 2B/OF/1B / Seattle
Average Year Projection:
.270 / .353 / 12 HR / 38 2B / 6 3B / 73 RBI / 76 R / 72 BB / 102 SO / 10 SB / 3 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.280 / .369 / 16 HR / 39 2B / 7 3B / 83 RBI / 85 R / 78 BB / 96 SO / 13 SB / 3 CS

Lonnie Chisenhall / 3B / Cleveland
Average Year Projection:
.267 / .331 / 13 HR / 32 2B / 3 3B / 74 RBI / 74 R / 53 BB / 104 SO / 4 SB / 2 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.278 / .347 / 18 HR / 33 2B / 3 3B / 85 RBI / 83 R / 59 BB / 97 SO / 6 SB / 2 CS

Devin Mesoraco / C / Cincinnati
Average Year Projection:
.260 / .317 / 14 HR / 26 2B / 2 3B / 69 RBI / 58 R / 40 BB / 106 SO / 2 SB / 1 CS
Prime Year Projection:
.271 / .333 / 18 HR / 27 2B / 2 3B / 76 RBI / 65 R / 44 BB / 100 SO / 3 SB / 2 CS

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Comments

  1. Jeffrey Gross said...

    Great work. It depressed me to see Pineda and Hudson’s “avg season projections” because your “prime year” projections were my “avg season projections” for those two :(

    There go my keepers!

  2. Tony A said...

    Looking over your projections for some of the young hitters out there right now, all I can say is that if this is the future of baseball, people are going to be screaming for the return of steroids…

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