The midwest league hit groundballs to the 3B and SS 20% of the time and batted .096. Maybin hit 32% of his balls to the left side of the infield, and batted .237. Maybin is fast, but I can't imagine him continuing that as he moves up the ladder against better defenders.
He should be given some credit for his speed, but had his BABIP been league average on all those grounders to the left side, he would have hit .272 last year. "The Boss" rules.