you make a good point, but he is hurt meaning that he doesnt get the chance to get into any grooves, the fact that he puts these numbers out after coming off injuries is even more impressive to me, that K/BB ratio tells me pitchers just dont know what to do with this guy, and he had a wrist injury and still managed to bat 288, thats better than 95% of the minors when he isnt 100%, i think that he could bat 300 with 25-30 HR if he could just stay healthy, i see him being like teixeira with a higher average and little less HR, but much better defensively, i think he could end up a Todd Helton type monster, but more like a Garret Anderson as far as numbers go, very consistent, not super good, but all-star worthy.
Reyes and guerrero, the two most blessed players in the league, not to mention the most fun to watch
Casey is very good. Maybe the most overlooked minor leaguer. Playing in a pitchers league, with a bum shoulder, has done everything but turn those doubles into hrs. I have had the guy on my minors for 2 years. One of the best hitters to come out of hs in the last 20 years. A healthy Casey will be a force.
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