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Usually known for having a solid batting average, Hernandez first season in the American League was not that as he hit just .232 with an OPS of .694. What he did do however is trade that batting average for power as he hit a career best 21 home runs while scoring 84 runs and driving in 62 for the Indians and White Sox. He is slated to be the every day second basemen for the Nationals this season and while the new found home run power is nice, the rest of his production leaves much to be desired. Hernandez is nothing more than a late round middle infield flier. 

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