Originally Posted by TomBradley72
Why does Sanchez only project as a utility infielder? He's now hitting .300+ at AAA, he's younger than Semian,only a year older than Anderson-I thought he was strong defensively and the only real questions was his hitting?
I retract my statement about Sanchez being a UI at best
: His best
projection is as a solid starting 2B.
He's strong defensively, but not enough to be a day-in, day-out SS. He makes good contact and can hit for average, but lacks power. He has speed but isn't an instinctive base stealer. Whether he's a starter or a utility man will depend largely on how high he can keep his batting average.