2010 BCB Community Projections: Koyie Hill

Koyie Hill did a fine job last year while Geovany Soto was out and Lou didn't trust Jake Fox behind the plate. At one point he started 26 consecutive games, unheard-of for a catcher in this era. 53 MLB catchers caught at least 50 games last year. Hill's OPS of .636 ranked 42nd -- not great, but his solid defense makes up for that. He caught 40% of runners trying to steal off him, an excellent percentage.

He's not a great hitter, but as a backup, if he doesn't have to start more than about 30 games, the Cubs are in fine shape. For the record, Hill started 69 games in 2009.

Post your projection for Koyie Hill after the jump.

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