Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine
Yep, which is why we shouldn't be calling him overmatched now should we?
For his level? Sure, he is overmatched. Jay could play in the MLB and hit 230 right now. That doesn't mean we want that.
He still has some adjustments to make before he can hit top level pitching at a 300 or better clip.
I doubt he is like Homer Bailey and stagnates in AA for a year.