Originally Posted by Craig Grebeck
Don't completely dismiss rookie ball statistics. They do matter in the grand scheme of things.
Sure. Did Brian Anderson's .388 in Rookie Ball correlate to great things in his future?
All kidding aside, I don't put much value into stats at this level. There are simply too many suspects and too few real prospects at this level, IMO.
But I do agree that it is better for Kuhn to hit .378 than it is for him to hit .278 in Rookie Ball.