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REP BAT FLD POS Runs Wins
20 -15 0 7 12 1.2
20 -15 5 7 17 1.7
20 -15 10 7 22 2.2
20 -15 15 7 27 2.7
20 -10 0 7 17 1.7
20 -10 5 7 22 2.2
20 -10 10 7 27 2.7
20 -10 15 7 32 3.2
20 -5 0 7 22 2.2
20 -5 5 7 27 2.7
20 -5 10 7 32 3.2
20 -5 15 7 37 3.7
20 0 0 7 27 2.7
20 0 5 7 32 3.2
20 0 10 7 37 3.7
20 0 15 7 42 4.2

Jason Bartlett has averaged 2.6 wins over the last three years. As you can see, Brignac has the chance to top that, even if his offense is -15 runs, which by the way, would have to be pretty damn awful. If league average hitting is around .330 and Brignac had a wOBA of .305, he'd be better than -15 runs. CHONE has him pegged for -14.5 if he were to take over in 2009.

I'm not suggesting Brignac should dethrone Bartlett as the starter next year, but 2010 should be interesting.