JD is a top 20 player in real life... incredible patience, power, hits for average, very good defense, speed... I seriously doubt he busts. I'd actually try to get him cheap from some frustrated owners, and wait 'til he gets hot.
Some of you people are unbelievable. This is a proven hitter. When healthy, Drew is a great hitter, not just a good one. Sit him and suffer while he now hits .500 this week with a few homers. Trade him while his value is as low as it will be all year (until he gets injured) and suffer even more. If you drafted him knowing his injury history, why trade him now???? You took a risk on him not being injured but one early season slump scares you off? At least sitting him I could understand until he starts getting hot. Trading him is just moronic.