AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLUG
147 20 42 7 22 1 .285 .342 .494
I saw him play both in Colorado Springs last season as well as in Denver. What was a bit disappointing was that his walk rate continue to take a step backwards as it has since A ball (although in Colorado he walked 13 times in 104 plate appearances). I'm hopeful that he can learn to play a bit of outfield since he won't get much playing time with Todd Helton at first other than in interleague games as a DH. As a result Shandler's forecasted at bats may be closer to the mark.
Matt Holiday is a pretty brutal left fielder and so the competition isn't that stiff. Brad Hawpe has a good arm in right field although he hasn't really shown the kind of power expected of him yet at the major league level.