Nate McLouth: Atlanta Braves 2011 Player Preview

We finish up the last of the player projections for the lineup regulars with Atlanta Braves center fielder Nate McLouth. A big year from a rejuvenated "Pittsburgh Nate" would go a long way towards helping the Braves back to another postseason appearance, and could be enough to put the Braves ahead of Philadelphia.

One of the bigger shocks of the Fredi Gonzalez era is his intention to bat McLouth second in the batting order -- he's just dead-set on doing it. That's going to mean that a return to form for McLouth is even more important if the Braves are to have a successful season.

Click here for an introduction to our Fan Projections Player Preview series.

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Nate McLouth's Baseball Reference comparable players by age (1000 equals most comparable). This is an interesting list, I'm really not sure what to make of it.

Mack Jones (971)
Dave Henderson (957)
Eric Hinske (955)
Gary Geiger (954)
Paul O'Neill (951)
Milton Bradley (951)
Michael Cuddyer (950)
Vince DiMaggio (949)
Brad Wilkerson (949)
Larry Hisle (949)

Nate McLouth Trivia Fact:  Did you know that 46% of the time McLouth gets on base, he scores?  Such a mark is 11th best, All-Time since 1901.

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