2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
Nick Swisher's decline in walk rate stemmed from notable increase in swing percentage. Slumps hurt the former, which he could easily stabilize. To a degree, his liner uptick accounted for bloated BABIP and lofty BA, but repeating .288 is far from certain. Streaky average didn't halt power, though. A stable ISO profile of 25-plus HR, 80-plus RBI, 85-ish R goes a long way for a mixed outfield, even with possible BA downtick, which shouldn't deter you from buying into him.
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