He's getting a bit hot lately, and so far has settled in with an .244 average. On paper, not amazing. For a 16 year old in proball, incredible. His isop stands a .189, which I find pretty amazing, despite only 2 hr's (lots of doubles). Other notables: 17.1% K rate, 10.5% BB rate, which has been evening lately (5/4 k/bb over the last week), a ld rate of 7% which is low, and his BABIP is .286, which is a tad low, but considering his age, it's an amazing sign. He also has 7 doubles and 2 triples, so there is a little speed there. I really think the reports on this kid are pretty darn accurate. He's yet to fill out, which is totally scary, and I don't think he stays at 3B for long. He is at 11 errors so far in this very short season (though his last one was on July 14th, and he's been playing nearly every day since). He's still likely three to four years away, but if he keeps progressing, it wouldn't be out of the question to see him at AA at the end of next season, but this isn't very likely. My guess is that he's starting at A+ in 2009, with AA the outside chance if he's progressing ahead of schedule. The jump up to A is going to be difficult for him, so the Giants would be wise to really take it slow with Angel. He's already showing a bit of plate patience, which for someone who projects to have massive power, is a great thing. This skill can easily be delayed or even ruined if they try and progress him too fast. Either way, he's definitely someone to keep your eye on.