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Community Projection: Mark Teahen

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Mark Teahen was a Royal. Try not to hold it against him. He seems like a pretty likable guy, at least in 140-character snippets written from a dog's point of view. 

Teahen isn't just the White Sox third baseman of the present, a 3-year extension means he's the third baseman of the future too, for better or, gulp, worse. The trend lines certainly aren't moving in the right direction. He is, however, reaching the prototypical offensive peak years of his career. So it's not ALL bad. Fill out the form after the jump to enter your projection.

Year Age G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
2006 24 109 393 70 114 21 7 18 69 10 40 85 .290 .357 .517 .874
2007 25 144 544 78 155 31 8 7 60 13 55 127 .285 .353 .410 .763
2008 26 149 572 66 146 31 4 15 59 4 46 131 .255 .313 .402 .715
2009 27 144 524 69 142 34 1 12 50 8 37 123 .271 .325 .408 .734
5 Seasons 676 2480 343 667 146 24 59 293 42 218 573 .269 .331 .419 .749
162 Game Avg. 162 594 82 160 35 6 14 70 10 52 137 .269 .331 .419 .749
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 3/10/2010.