I think this is an excellent new tool that we can use. It basically takes ZIPS pre-season projections, and modifies them with the current stats that a player has. I'm pretty sure that it's just going by bayesian inference, so it won't take into account certain, qualitative data, however it is still a very good tool. With Pujol's hot start, he is projected to have a .450 wOBA the rest of the way (!!!!!) which would give him an overall total of a .454 wOBA. Molina is projected to have a .324 wOBA to the rest of the way (his current wOBA is .383) and a .337 wOBA overall.