- Dec 14, 2019
It's probably partially my oldness talking & reluctance to call a lifetime .211 hitter "great".Might be an outlier but he's got a 4.3 WAR, 869OPS, truly a stud defender with a cannon, OPS+ 138. What's the line between good, very good, and great?
Will he change the offense? I don't think he can do it alone. In recent Yankees fashion, I fully expect him to go on the IL a week after he gets here.
He's had an interesting set of streaks this year. Was meh until the sticky crackdown, then went on a huge tear, then has been pretty bad in a small sample since the HR derby.
But yeah, he's 12th in WAR this season & has obviously been very good.