2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
A .310-7-40 clip in limited action in Danny Valencia's rookie year indicates the upside is there, but how much? His BABIP has never dipped lower than .300 in all his stops in the minors, so a respectable batting average could continue. Positive fly-ball trends could pave the way for more power down the road. However, brief action in the bigs hasn't convinced us that he can become a top-end 3B prospect. It's hard to put much value into a 3B without developed power, but Valencia could serve as a mixed CI at points in 2011.
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