Harnessing the power of the interweb, i've found some of his stats:
He's a career .299 hitter in Japanese ball, the last 5 years he's hit over 20 HR each year. He peaked with 36 HR in 2004. During that same five year span, he's smacked in 100 ribbies once and 90 ribbies twice. He looks to be a solid option at catcher...better than VMART?
The man is 30 years old and this is his first year in MLB.
*edit- If looking at tables of numbers is your thing, Here you go
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