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Encarnacion is having a career-year.
2012 stats: .295 BA, 25 HRs, 61 RBI, 57 Rs, 9 SBs
How did Edwin Encarnacion respond to not making the AL All-Star roster? He belted two home runs in the second game after the break.
It's been a career-year for Encarnacion this season, and that shouldn't stop any time soon.
The HR/FB rate is up significantly, but he plays his home games in a homer dome at the Rogers Centre. According to ESPN'S MLB Park Factors, the Rogers Centre ranks 11th in most favorable home run fields.
The amazing part of Encarnacion's season is his BABIP. Most would think his BABIP would be way up, but it's not. In fact, it's lower than it was last season.
If he stays healthy, Encarnacion won't miss a beat. Expect him to blast around 12 more homers the rest of the way. Somehow, he's still available in five percent of Yahoo! leagues.