Originally Posted by DirtySox
It's pretty much what I expected. It's very difficult to find a player with his skillset that will succeed with the amount of times he strikes out.
Supposedly for most of this year Jordan and minor league personnel have been attempting to fix his swing to induce more contact, but it hasn't worked out very well so far.
With something like that, I almost want to see him back in AA. But I'm sure he's in Charlotte because he meshes with their staff.
They're certainly doing wonders for Dayan lately.
Edit: and regarding Dayan, one wonders if we'll see a spike in his walk totals if he keeps hitting like a monster. Now that he's not OPS'ing .708 and showing good power for a 21 year-old in AAA, he may see less meatballs.