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Davis tends to heat up in the second half.
2012 stats: .253 BA, 4 HRs, 23 RBI, 30 Rs, 23 SBs
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Rajai Davis is valuable because of his stolen base rate. He is currently second in the MLB with 23 steals.
But, he could become even more valuable in the second half.
History shows us that Davis is a second-half player. Davis has a .248 average before the All-Star break but that jumps all the way up to .297 after the break.
The more Davis gets on, the more chances he has to run. Davis averages a stolen base every 3.43 games in the first half, but that improves to 2.96 after the Midsummer Classic.
Additionally, Davis' best slugging percentage months are all in the second half. He has clips of .416, .403 and .393 in July, August and September respectively.
Honorable Mention: Cameron Maybin, San Diego Padres; Logan Morrison, Miami Marlins.