What the heck is up with Eymann? He's gone from a non-prospect to, well, a borderline prospect. I really don't mean to rag on the guy--it seems like he's improved much more than the majority of players do. Most minor leaguers with the start his career has had have retired by now. It will be interesting to see if he fills out a little more because he's hitting a lot of doubles that could become homeruns. It'd be nice to see him be a little more patient at the plate, but if he continue to hit .306, that isn't much of an issue.