We're getting slaughtered by the pitching in our own division, yet inexplicably take two of three from the Dodgers! Add the opening home series vs. ARI and tonight's clubbing against SF and look at that!
I think he can hold up just fine. Sure, his production might dip some and he won't get as many AB's, but even if his numbers are half what they were last year, he's still far better than most NL first basemen. Sean Casey, I am looking in your direction.