Originally Posted by Kingspoint
He's not tearing up AAA pitching. A .919 OPS doesn't "demand" a call up. If it was a 100 points higher, then, yes, but there would still have to be a starting spot open for him. You don't bring up a non-veteran to sit on the bench for spot starts.
Glad Hopper is getting these starts, and I hope Wise gets many, too.
He's been tearing up AAA pitching for the past month. He has an OPS of 1.106 for the month of May. He's really come on strong after a slow start.
I agree that he shouldn't come up unless there is room for him play regularly.