Originally Posted by doublem23
30 or so games of AAA production at age 25 doesn't automatically erase years of watching a guy's development and I think the book on Phegley is he's probably a borderline at best MLB player. FWIW, Phegley's a career .261/.319/.409 MiLB hitter while Flowers was a .275/.391/.484 hitter.
That being said, I say why the **** not with Phegley. I would be stunned if he turned out to be any worse than Flowers has been to this point.
Don't forget he won the gold glove for cathers so wouldn't it be nice to see someone who could block the ball behind the plate as well as hit..??