Too soon to start to get a little concerned about last year's second round pick?
He is currently OPSing .444 (.179 BA, 0 HR) in Billings in his second year of professional ball. He did just turn 19 this month, so it goes without saying there is plenty of time. That said, he now has a career .605 OPS in 198 professional plate appearances.
Barring a major turnaround, I'd imagine Rahier is the starting 3B in Dayton next year.
Last edited by Benihana; 07-25-2012 at 02:59 PM.