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I was just looking at Heyward's ranking among some of his categories in the NL and saw some eye-popping numbers for the kids. Thought this would be a fun thing to do as the year goes on.......since it's the only real positive for us Braves fans at the moment. I'll update this weekly to give people an idea of how he compares to the biggest and brightest in the league today. Here we go!

Jason Heyward:

At Bats: 93

Runs: 20

2B/3B: 5

HR: 8

RBI: 28

BB/SO: 20 / 27

BA: .301 (28 hits)

OPS: 1.044 (.431 OBP + .613 SLG)

Albert Pujols:

At Bats: 133

Runs: 20

2B/3B: 12

HR: 7

RBI: 27

BB/SO: 22 / 21

BA: .316 (42 hits)

OPS: .977 (.413 OBP + .564 SLG)

Ryan Braun:

At Bats: 128

Runs: 31

2B/3B: 11

HR: 6

RBI: 28

BB/SO: 18 / 18

BA: .359 (46 hits)

OPS: 1.037 (.443 OBP + .594 SLG)

Evan Longoria:

At Bats: 132

Runs: 31

2B/3B: 12

HR: 8

RBI: 29

BB/SO: 15 / 33

BA: .326 (43 hits)

OPS: .988 (.389 OBP + .598 SLG)

Miguel Cabrera:

At Bats: 133

Runs: 24

2B/3B: 14

HR: 8

RBI: 36

BB/SO: 19 / 19

BA: .376 (50 hits)

OPS: 1.119 (.458 OBP + .662 SLG)

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Yeah, and another reason why I picked those guys is because they all play in great lineups. The only real huge disparity for Heyward in all of those categories is the runs scored column, but like you said, he's batting 6th or 7th consistently with guys who couldn't hit a beach ball right now behind him. Impressive stuff for the kid.

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