Nate McLouth, OF (PIT): Nate McLouth held off Nyjer Morgan for the starting duties in center field for arguable the worst franchise in baseball, the Pittsburgh Pirates, and he's thrived with the early playing time. McLouth is hitting leadoff and has at least one hit in every game he's played. He's not particularly, flashy but he is consistent. In NL-only leagues, he's worth owning because his 11 RBIs, eight runs, seven doubles and two stolen bases are too good to pass up. Especially the RBIs. Last year it took him until mid-July to get 10 RBIs. He's efficient stealing bags too. He's been thrown out only once in his last 25 attempts. If you believe he can keep it up, he has value in deep mixed leagues.