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Carlos Quentin Community Projection

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The results of the Gordon Beckham projection made me think he might be projected as the Sox most valuable player (read: hitter) when you factor in defense and positional adjustments. The only player who can might be able to eclipse him would have to be Carlos Quentin.

But...

Can Quentin stay healthy? Can he revisit his '08 numbers, or was that just a fluke?

 

Year Age G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG
2006 23 57 166 23 42 13 3 9 32 1 0 15 34 .253 .342 .530
2007 24 81 229 29 49 16 0 5 31 2 2 18 54 .214 .298 .349
2008 25 130 480 96 138 26 1 36 100 7 3 66 80 .288 .394 .571
2009 26 99 351 47 83 14 0 21 56 3 0 31 52 .236 .323 .456
4 Seasons 367 1226 195 312 69 4 71 219 13 5 130 220 .254 .349 .491
162 Game Avg. 162 541 86 138 30 2 31 97 6 2 57 97 .254 .349 .491
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 3/30/2010.

 

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