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While Crawford's health will largely determine his effectiveness this upcoming season, think what Jennings could do if he can stay on the field for 150-plus games in 2012.
Jennings was limited to only 63 games during his rookie season in 2011 but managed to blast 10 home runs and steal 20 bases. Considering that he was only 24 years old, his production this year and beyond could be scary.
In addition to his speed-power combination, Jennings has an advanced approach at the plate. He only hit .259 last season but took 31 base on balls, upping his OBP to .356. Once his average starts rising, he is going to be on base an awful lot—a terrifying thought for opposing managers.
Jennings enters 2012 as the division's best left fielder and the potential to represent the AL at the 2012 All-Star Game.
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