Originally Posted by Superdude
He had a .230 babip last year in 160 sparse at bats throughout the season. Say what you want about his below replacement level season, but it really wouldn't shock me at all if he was better than Hanigan right now.
Then he will have no problems proving it on the field in his (limited) ABs and thereby increase his playing time.
(BTW, I am likely Mesoraco's biggest doubter, but I hope you're right. His emergence would make the team much better.)