warrick, hm you may have a point there. I was thinking about that earlier and I don't know to be honest if it's days or games. It says days though so maybe it's just the amount of time spent with the major league team.
Well if you saw him in Charleston he was only 18, not to mention if you say him early in the year if wasn't doing that well. It's later in the season that he got adjusted and really started playing better. He learns fast and only a year later is hitter better in Triple A then he did in Single A (hit around .300 before he was promoted to AA).
His walk to strike out ratio is 1/2, which is real good for a kid that young (19) in Double and Triple A.