He had a poor 2009 season split between the Blue Jays and the White Sox, hitting .247/.296/.395, with a weak 79 OPS+, 0.4 WAR. 2010 was much improved and closer to his old standards at .284/.334/.457 with 21 homers, 34 steals, a 109 OPS+, 3.7 WAR. His current line through seven seasons and 997 games: .281/.331/.446, 103 OPS+, 151 steals in 200 attempts, 20.4 WAR. His defense is very strong. The current Sim Score list has changed considerably: Amos Otis, Juan Encarnacion, Ellis Burks, Joe Rudi, Von Hayes, Dari Erstad, Andy Van Slyke, Derek Bell, Mark Kotsay, and Jose Guillen. Burks is the only repeater, and it is interesting to see Otis (who was an excellent player) at the top of the list. As with the previous list, everyone here had at least a few good years, although several of them aged poorly.