Originally Posted by BillDoran
I think you're underselling his bat.
Miguel Rojas has never OPS'd over .665. His slash numbers at Billings (albeit at age 19) were .183/.243/.245.
While I realize Vincej's numbers were largely BABIP-driven, he's a different caliber at the plate than Rojas. Last year at Pepperdine, he OPS'd .848, followed by .826 in Billings.
I've witnessed this debate before and know you'll argue this ad nauseam. My concluding point: We're picking longshots at this point. A plus-glove SS with some moxie and chance to hit has some value to the organization.
My point was more that he is all glove, no bat. Not that he was a clone of Rojas.
And really we aren't picking longshots here. Well, unless you happened to have voted for Vincej.