Hit ~.320 in about 250 AB's in A-ball. Gets called up to AA and struggles to hit liners, rebounded late and wound up hitting .271 over a similar amount of AB's, around 250 or so. I follow the Sox. I remember when Cesar Crespo hit .350 in ST and everybody was talking about him. Turns out he was Cesar Crespo and he never had any real value after spring '04. We're talking about a way better talent here, and Jackie Bradley has a great approach, plays great defense and might even make the team. I doubt he has any fantasy value though. Part of me doubts they'll bring him up at all because of the underwhelming adjustment to AA last year. He needs some AAA time, or he'll struggle to make adjustments in the majors. That's just what I think. He's a future valuable pro. He's always going to be a single digit home run guy who will have more value to an actual baseball team because of his fielding and base running than to a fantasy team. He's going to get by with his eye and athleticism. Maybe he makes huge gains and becomes a big fantasy name one day, but that won't be this year. I bet it won't be next year too.