NikkiSixx wrote:Dee Gordon should end up being a good 3 category player from here on out. He's in a nasty slump, and he doesn't belong in anyone's starting lineup until he starts getting on base. But if you can afford to keep him on your bench, then I definitely would do that.
Gordon likely won't be a good 3 category player. I don't think he hits the ball hard enough to post a decent avg and he doesn't walk. His ideal spot is 8th in the order. I think he'll end up hitting .270-.280 in the majors and he doesn't walk so that likely means a low .300's OBP and SLG. The only reason to own him is 60 SB's which is pretty valuable but he'll merely be OK in 2 categories and dreadfully awful in 2 categories.