AGon has been a highly regarded prospect (#1 prospect Texas has) the last few years. When, not if, he makes the big leagues, he'll be a solid player. I see him in a situation similar to Beltre....big hype early on a very young player. He'll have his growing pains, then develop into a solid MLB starter, if not a great hitter. I seem as a Sean Casey type though....solid .290 type hitter, 10-20HRs, 80-100RBI.
AGons' 2004 AAA line:
.304, 61 Runs, 12 HR, 88RBI, 39 Walks, 73 Ks in 457 ABs in 123 games.
Not great numbers....hell, not even the best on his AAA team....but he should be a good pickup in REALLY deep leagues or leagues that hold minor league prospects. For 2005, I'd pass unless Texas suffers a mass injury spree to Tex, Mench, Nix, and Hidalgo all at once.
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