But he did put up .337 and 14 homers as a 16 year old in Cuba. I mean Cuban baseball is probably a higher level than AAA. If he was doing that at AAA, he'd be a lock to make the club in spring.
BaseballProspectus has his stats in a 'over there, over there, over there' column (along with Kawakami, Uehera and a couple others) in January, but it's subscriber content. He has a .285/.370/.450 career line. BP also considers Cuban baseball to be about the same as AA (not higher than AAA). And one issue with Viciedo is that his best season was the at age 16 and he regressed badly at 17 before having a decent season last year.