2010 Fantasy Baseball Projections
Mat Gamel's stone glove and platoon tendency are holding him back. He didn't find a groove in spotty playing time last season. Putrid batting eye means he'll probably need luck to top .260 batting average. He'll also start the year on the sidelines and when he returns will at best platoon with Casey McGehee. Gamel is worth having for a low-end price in NL leagues as a potential corner infield solution. Note the word "potential."
About Tim Heaney
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