.262, 9 HRs, 31 RBIs
Has good plate coverage and some home run power. Not as bad defensively as people make him out to be.
.300, 3 HRs, 11 RBIs
Bat isn't as quick as it used to be. Pitch him under the hands. Still can pop an occasional homer.
.330, 30 HRs, 102 RBIs
Scariest guy in lineup. Can get the big hit even if not swinging well. Why throw him a strike?
.295, 25 HRs, 97 RBIs
Threatening hitter because he rises to the occasion. Excellent defensive outfielder.
.271, 10 HRs, 58 RBIs
His swing has slowed, but he's a veteran who grinds out at bats. Decent outfielder.
.251, 34 HRs, 104 RBIs
Dangerous if he's seeing the ball well; if he's not, he can be an easy out. Best centerfielder alive.
.281, 0 HRs, 37 RBIs
Free swinger likes the ball up. Offensively has lots of holes. They'll pinch-hit for him. Adequate defensively.
.212, 2 HRs, 15 RBIs
Probably better offensively than defensively. Can be run on, especially with Maddux pitching.
38 Ken Caminiti still hits a home run once in a while, but he has a stiff body and stiff swing. Good fastballs get him out. The guy I like off the bench is 2B Keith Lockhart. He makes contact consistently and uses the whole field. Hits good pitching. I think SS Mark DeRosa is better than Sanchez. He makes better contact, catches it better and is a better athlete.