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In his last four games Eric Hosmer hasn't hit that bad. Actually, he's been ok. If not mildly good. Unstoppable baby.
In those last four games (17 PAs) Hosmer has hit .400/.471/.533. That's two doubles, four singles, and two walks in four games.
Can getting back above .200 be that far behind?
Seriously though, if Hosmer is ever going to bounce back and start hitting, he's got to actually, you know, start hitting. Look, he's going to have a hideous season line this year. Two awful months have pretty much guaranteed that. But the journey of a thousand good PAs starts with four or five good games.