Originally Posted by *BaseClogger*
The defensive development is likely more important than his offensive progress, TBH...
It comes with time. Shortstop is the most inherently error-inducing position on the field, and for a guy who's as raw and young as he is, the error rate is to be expected. Also, if I'm not mistaken, he has been improving on that front recently. By the time he reaches the majors, his speed should make his defense an asset rather than a liability.
I'm more interested in his walk rate, which often comes less easily. A .316 OBP isn't horrible, but even a slight uptick to .330 would do wonders for his value as a leadoff hitter.