This week's Community Projection: 2005 All-Star starter Bobby Abreu.
No single Phillie has been more discussed this offseason, with about a zillion barely credible trade rumors surfacing, and the flames being fanned by talk radio and a local media out to stir up a ruckus and sell ad time.
Abreu is arguably the most consistent offensive player in the league (outside of demi-god Albert Pujols), and I don't really see why that will change significantly. Even in a "bad" year, he was still good for a .405 OBP and an .879 OPS.
Improvement over last year; We're going to see a long, slow decline over the next few years, but not too bad, as players with Abreu's skill set tend to age quite well. Abreu is a fringe Hall of Fame candidate, who may benefit from an institutionalization of the OBP Movement among the baseball writers. The .400-ish OBP with which he'll likely retire might be too hard for the New School to ignore.
Anyway, post your projections below.