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The average, home runs and RBI are all down for Dan Uggla, but he still is a threat at the plate.
It was easier to deal with Dan Uggla's poor average last year because his power numbers were there.
This year, the average is still the same, but the power numbers have dropped.
Currently, Uggla is hitting .214 with 18 home runs and 68 RBI.
At one point this season, Freddi Gonzalez benched Uggla due to his struggles.
In his last 10 games, however, Uggla has shown improvement, going 11 for 33 with one home run and four RBI.
As long as he can stop swinging for the fences, Uggla should be fine. Should he continue to do so, however, he might not be with Atlanta much longer.