Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine
Thanks for the well thought out reply.
OK, maybe because his first two years in the minors he didn't even have an OPS over .900.
.815, .831, .871 his first 3 stops...for a total of .857. That's a very, very, very long way from 1.000+ every year in the Majors.
His first stop this year was tremendouse at .965, but again, that's a long way from 1.000+ every year in the Majors.
A perennial .900+ every year would be fantastic and more reasonable with one or two years topping 1.000.