Complete 2014 Projections

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PROJECTED 2014 SEASON STATS
1. Jayson Werth, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics4628425826010110.318.398.532.931
2014 Projections538842477691218.277.362.468.831
2014 Outlook: Don't let the constant criticism of his bloated contract dissuade you from drafting Werth, as, despite an up-and-down three seasons with the Washington Nationals, he has averaged .277/23/77 numbers with 17 stolen bases per 162 games played. His 2013 was particularly productive: He set a career high with his .318 batting average and finished the season with .339/.432/.600 second-half numbers, including 15 home runs in 65 games. Werth's speed has been in decline for a couple of years, and he has missed enough time in his Nationals career to be of concern in the injury department -- there's a reason they signed Nate McLouth as their fourth outfielder -- but he's also a solid early-to-mid round pick with upside in leagues that use on-base percentage.
2. Nate Schierholtz, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics46256216829946.251.301.470.770
2014 Projections533612170371078.255.308.452.760
2014 Outlook: After he spent years as a reserve/occasional starter, the Cubs handed Schierholtz the strong side of a platoon and he expressed his appreciation by topping 20 homers, and in general being one of the few bright spots in a dim offense. Back for a second stint in Wrigley Field, Schierholtz should again have a productive campaign, especially if you play in a format with daily changes. Last season, Schierholtz's OPS versus right-handers was .799 as opposed to .553 versus southpaws, albeit in limited chances.
3. Nate McLouth*, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics531761236538630.258.329.399.729
2014 Projections27638621274613.250.322.384.707
2014 Outlook: After a magical year and a half in Baltimore, McLouth this winter accepted a job with the Washington Nationals that is more suitable to his skill set: Fourth outfielder, pinch hitter and pinch runner. Here's why: His career-high 30 stolen bases were fueled by a bloated attempt rate, and his righty/lefty split widened to the point where he's more platoon man than regular (.263 average against right-handers, .196 against left-handers). McLouth can be of service to NL-only teams filling roster spots with cheap speed, but he'd need several injuries to Nationals regulars to be more.
4. Scott Hairston, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics1571810269442.191.237.414.651
2014 Projections163229278383.239.276.472.748
5. Angelberth Montilla, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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6. Kevin Keyes, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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7. Drew Vettleson, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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8. Randolph Oduber, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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9. Erik Komatsu, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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10. Steven Souza, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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11. Garrett Guzman, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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12. Elijah Dukes, Wsh OFYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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