I don't know what either of you are nitpicking about. The point is he should at the very least be a positive in R/RBI which can add a lot of sneaky value to otherwise boring players. I know the Pittsburgh lineup is pretty dirty this year but regularly hitting third will do anyone favors. Whether you're 80/100 or 90/90, it doesn't really matter to me; the point is a total of 180 - something Cutch has done done 3 of his last 6 seasons. In 2 of the other 3, he reached 170 (85/85). Considering his other numbers basically fell off a cliff last year compared to the rest of his career, I don't think expecting a modicum of improvement is all that off base.