2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
Just a couple of years ago, Travis Snider was one of the best hitting prospects in the game. He has flaws - K% among them - but packs potential and boasts a discernible ability to adjust as well. In mid-May of last year, when it looked like Snider was ready to break through, following a tough start, he sprained his right wrist. After he returned, he batted .265 with eight homers in 181 at-bats. In the season's final month, he batted .289 with six dingers in 97 at-bats. That stretch signaled power output concerns were behind Snider, 23. He tattoos the ball and has the capacity to improve his plate discipline. He hits southpaws well. He'll play every day. Snider is seeking consistency. A season of 25 or 30 homers lies is around the corner.
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