Originally Posted by shingo10
It's funny but De Aza has quietly become one of our most solid hitters and his numbers are pretty impressive. In fact they are similar to if not better than Rios's.
There has to be a team looking for that kind of production in their outfield.
They were running down the stat lines on Rios and DeAza before the game, and DeAza is leading Rios is almost every category. I am not sure how that happened, but with DeAza's contract, he becomes a more movable piece than Rios.