Ronnie Belliard, a 35-year-old second baseman, landed in Chavez Ravine this August, via trade, after posting a .247/.297/.376 batting line in 203 plate with the Nationals. He's been on a tear ever since, hitting .308/.345/.615 in 52 at-bats for the Dodgers and even stealing playing time from switch-hitting Gold Glover Orlando Hudson.
Belliard hits the free agent market this winter, and we're having trouble getting a grasp on his value. He's climbing quickly in age, and has limited range at second base, but always seems to rattle off impressive offensive streaks. Can he still be a regular in the major leagues? And who might want a player like him? Get after it in the comments.
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