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Spring Training SLG Leaders

Just to preserve it for the year, let's look at the Spring Training slugging percentage leaders of 2009.  Which of these guys will go on to have massive breakout years, if any?  Minimum 30 ABs.

  • Todd Helton - .950
  • Jesus Guzman - .922
  • Scott Rolen - .889
  • Mark Teahen - .883
  • Milton Bradley - .800
  • Matt Brown - .787
  • John Buck - .778
  • Endy Chavez - .771
  • Ray Sadler - .762
  • J.J. Hardy - .761
  • Ryan Howard - .760
  • Corey Hart - .757
  • Mark DeRosa - .750
  • Nelson Cruz - .745
  • Erick Aybar - .741
  • Jason Lane - .736
  • Torii Hunter - .735
  • Curtis Granderson - .732
  • Nick Markakis - .729
  • Josh Hamilton - .728
  • Nomar Garciaparra - .727
  • Chris Shelton - .720
  • Jeff Mathis - .717
  • Ryan Spilborghs - .712
  • Justin Morneau - .711
  • Craig Monroe - .704
  • Taylor Teagarden - .700
  • Russell Martin - .698
  • Travis Snider - .698
  • Jayson Werth - .696
  • Brad Emaus - .694
  • Robb Quinlan - .694
  • Pablo Sandoval - .691
  • Yuniesky Betancourt - .683
  • Kendry Morales - .682
  • Mike Wilson - .681
  • Mike Rivera - .676
  • Robinson Cano - .667
  • Alex Cintron - .667
  • Austin Jackson - .667
  • Gerardo Parra - .667
  • Chris Carter - .658
  • Shelley Duncan - .657
  • Jed Lowrie - .657
  • Alex Gordon - .653




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