I always feel alot better about players if I know that any flaws they have are fixable. I know that's not easily done as said however if you have a pretty good grasp on what's "ailing" a guys game so to speak you may look at him differently. I recently ran accross breakdowns of both of these guy's offensive game thanks to Slyde over at RedReporter.com. I don't know how many of you frequent that site but it's a good one. Anyhow here's links to both breakdowns.
BP's is pretty much just what we already know, he can't lay off that down and away breaking pitch/slider. But it's neat to look at his because they have a real nice batting zone graph which is quite telling.
Edwin's is very interesting and although not as clear cut brings up an extremely interesting question, which I will let people come to their own conclusion on. His doesn't have a graph but doesn't really need to, it does however include pitch fx data.
Enjoy, I did!!!