Line: 5 AB, 3 R, 3 H, 5 RBI; 3 HR
My fantasy perspective: Quentin's bat continues to provide fantasy owners with the power numbers he displayed in 2008. He's on pace for a 39 HR/100 RBI season which would set a career-high for home runs and tie his best for RBI. In 2008, his slugging percentage was .571, the same number as it is this season.
Digging deeper into his number on FanGraphs.com show nothing out of the ordinary for Quentin. His BABIP is a little low at .252 but right in line with his .251 career BABIP. His FB% is high (58.0% 2011 vs 46.2% career) but his HR/FB% is actually below his career average (14.5% 2011 vs 15.4% career).
As long as he stays healthy and on pace, Quentin could be looking at his career-best year. The White Sox lineup will start firing on all cylinders soon enough and you can be sure Quentin will be right in the middle of all that offensive goodness.
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