Originally Posted by Wonderful Monds
That seems like a pretty generous projection to me, seeing as he has yet to even do that in the minors.
He is also 22 and made his MLB debut this year. Most guys his age are playing in A-ball. Throw him back in Dayton this past season and what does he hit? What about Bakersfield?
He has some work to do still, but most 22 year old baseball players do. He makes a lot of contact. He plays outstanding defense. He has the pop for 10-15 home runs. He has above-average speed. Look at the skills, not just the numbers.