As Toby pointed out this morning in his blog, Lagares started out slow last year too. He's at .256/.348./359 this year, while last April he was .262/.314/.369. He's already set a new career-high in walks, which is a tremendous sign. That alone can make up for the expected drop in BABIP, to a certain extent. As long as he keeps getting those extra base hits.
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