2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
Chone Figgins' SB were fine, but Seattle slew his plate crossings thanks to its inept sticks. In theory, that has nowhere to go but up - but has Seattle improved by adding Jack Cust and Justin Smoak? Plus, the thumpless Figgins typically posts high BABIPs; he dipped there, too, as justified by his season-long line-drive rate. But he made better contact in the final 3 months, so there's room for him to rebuild one of his assets. He'll have a fling with 2B eligibility in a year of a deep keystone class. Despite the R insecurity and his limited fantasy profile, there's mixed middle-round swipes value here. Some might let him fall to an MI spot.
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