2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
Adam Lind will be an everyday player. If Lind's failures against southpaws continue, that may change. Lind hit a mere .117, with a 0.10 BB/K and 12.8 liner rate, against his handedness. But in every season before last, the 27-year-old improved against them as his PT grew (.194 in 2007, .253 in 2008 and .275 in 2009). He used to pelt LHP. So where did it go? Lind has chalked it up to focus. Believe in him because of his 2H. He's TOR's most attractive choice at first and one of fantasy's most attractive bounce-backs. He shouldn't be UTIL-only for long, either.
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