Originally Posted by dougdirt
I would counter with, despite being excellent defensively, being a singles hitter in the minor leagues probably gets you left out of most Top 10s because your ceiling is viewed as being limited.
At most he's a 10 HR guy a year full time while hitting between .260 to .280 average with a OBP around .310 to .320 which puts him right in the middle of MLB catchers. If he developes a little more pop he moves into the top 10 or a little higher. Calling a game and defense is more for a catcher imo...