The Francoeur Game: 2006

It’s simple. Predict the end-of-year stats for Jeff Francoeur. Three categories: AVG, OBP, SLG. Leave your entries in the comments.

I’ll start: .260/.275/.465 ==> .740 OPS

14 Responses “The Francoeur Game: 2006”

  1. Andrew says:

    .280/.288/.480 — and that .008 for walks is generous I think

  2. Chuck Oliveos says:

    I like your estimate, JC, so I’ll second it. .740 OPS

  3. John W says:

    .265/.277/.483 ==> .760 OPS

  4. Sean Callahan says:

    .275/.301/.498 ==> .799 OPS

  5. Johnny says:

    .265/.285/.480 -> 765 OPS yuck!

  6. J.S. Choe says:

    .275/.295/.475 => OPS of .770…but please note that my projections are for Francoeur’s 2006 end-of-year numbers with the Richmond Braves. I can’t believe that Atlanta’s throwing away ABs like this.

  7. gondeee says:

    .293/.316/.525 ==> .841 OPS

    I’m an optimist, oh well. By the way, Frenchy is leading the NL in at-bats, and he’s just behind Ichiro for the ML lead.

  8. Ben says:

    .283/.315/.515 ==> .830 OPS

  9. Erik says:

    .290/.319/.532 => .851

    I’m an optimist, what can I say?

  10. C60 says:

    .271/.293/.477

  11. Chris W says:

    .292/.310/.525 => 835

  12. Brannog says:

    .272/.310/.490 => .800

  13. Rob Bonter says:

    It would help if Francoeur took a team-first attitude and drew a walk more than once per month. At the rate he’s going, the Phillies, already stocked with “Me first” dip chips Jimmy Rollins, David Bell, and Shane Victorino, would make the perfect fit for Francoeur when the Braves get around to dumping him.