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ely an $11.4 million salary for 2010. But a 35 year old with his better days behind him riding out a nice contract is old news. Has anyone seen what Todd Helton is getting paid this year for his .275 / 1 HR / 9 RBI line to date? $17.7M. He deserves that money for two reasons: 1.) all the fantasy titles he won for his owners from 1998-2004 2.) the strength of his mustache / goatee combo (also know as the “Van Dyke”). That thing screams handsome and a job well done.
But let’s take our collective gaze away from GMJ and Mr.Helton’s facial hair and fix our attention on 26 year old Jeff Francoeur . Don’t blink. With the seemingly forever, almost return of Carlos Beltran , I have to believe that we are seeing the last days of the Jeff Francoeur full-time experiment. When Beltran moves home to center, I have to believe we’ll see some form of a rotation / platoon out in right. The writing is on the wall. It’d take a heck of a June and a whole lot more than Tuesday night’s performance (2-3 with a rund and 2 RBI) from Jeff to stop it.
The Mets acquisition of Francoeur last year seemed reasonable. Here’s a former 1st round pick who hit 29 HR’s with 103 RBI’s in 2006 and followed that up with a .290 avg. / 105 RBI line in 2007. All at the tender age of 23. So then he has a rough year in ’08 and a slow start to ’09 and Atlanta ships him to NY for Ryan Church . The Mets land who Sports Illustrated tabbed “The Natural” (August 2005 cover) for Church and some cash considerations. This deal had nothing but upside written all over it – at least cosmetically. Why not take a chance on a guy who was compared to Robert Redford and is entering his prime playing years?
So while there really shouldn’t be issue with the Minaya / Ricco spun deal (I still think its a great deal) – there is beginning to be an issue with having a guy that’s batting .215 in your lineup full time. Even with the small sample set that is the 2010 season (158 ABs), there is a pattern forming to Francoeur’s career at this point. He is looking more like a .260 15 HR player than a 30 HR .290 avg. gold-glove-wonder-boy.
And then there’s the giant Cecil Fielder in the room. These fascinating years where every baseball editorial piece has to tip toe around the fact that many players are failing to reach personal prior statistical bench marks. Jeff Francoeur is a member of the Mitchell Report club . So is Gary Matthew Jr. Roy Hobbs you ask? Not mentioned a single time.
But who knows. Maybe after the 1,950+ ABs of mediocre numbers over the last 3 seasons, Jeff Francoeur’s bat will heat up along with those humid New York nights. Maybe the Natural will return to the Magical Mets right field and lead them to the promised land. Maybe.
But I’d sooner put my money on Helton’s Van Dyke.
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