Originally Posted by Tom Servo
Hanigan's 2013 reminds me a lot of Jason LaRue's 2006. A lot of people insisted LaRue would return to form in 2007 but he hit .195 with a .595 OPS for the rest of his career.
The primary difference was that Larue's 2007 was his second consecutive year of injury and reduced productivity. The other difference was that Larue was completely useless if he wasn't producing with the bat, whereas Hanigan is a defense-first catcher whose bat is just icing on the cake.