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Isn't this a little harsh? A 94 OPS+ from a good defensive shortstop is pretty good. No?
Didi Gregorious - 111 career MLB gamesOPS+: 92 rField: 0 runs
Career slash linesMiLB (450 games) .273/.324/.381/.705MLB .255/.330/.369/.699
2013April 18-May 7 (10 games) .436/.463/.769/1.233May 8- year end (93 games) .230/.317/.324/.641
2014 Spring Training (41 PAs) .205/.244 /.256/.500 2014 MLB 0-4, 1 walk, 2 Ks
Gregorius may well go into the crapper, as you are vehemently arguing. And his glove may well be overrated. But your statement "he has always been a terrible hitter" is not true. He was not a terrible hitter in 2013. Lots of teams would have taken a 94 OPS+ from their shortstop.
You are cherry picking. He was awful in 2013, for the last 90% of the season. After May 20 his OPS was nightmarish.
and now is trying to dump him for far less despite Didi performing pretty much exactly as Didi should gave been expected to perform.
This is one of the least self-aware comments I've read. Pause for a moment and try to see who is the one that's cherry picking.
Saying he was an adequate hitter in 2013, when he was only adequate for 10 days, is cherry picking
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