What happens to projections at age 27?
Since age 27 is considered to be the standard "peak" age for baseball players, projected ratings are no longer shown but are merely a duplicate of his current ratings. However, that doesn't mean a player will stop developing because every player has a different peak age, with pitchers typically having a higher average peak age. For example, some pitchers don't reach their peak until age 32.
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