Originally Posted by pedro
He had a .832 lifetime minor league OPS. It's not like he was dog meat.
No, but an .832 OPS in the minors does not usually translate to a 1.000 OPS in the majors. It usually translates to something in the .700s, which is decent but not great.
And like I said, I'm not baffled by Krivsky giving him away as much as I'm baffled by Krivsky acquiring him in the first place.