Discussion in 'Miami Marlins' started by pollyvonwog, Dec 18, 2013.
I'll give you 1 out of 3. I can't tell you which one.
Although to be fair, I do enjoy seeing a guy like Brent Keys who busts out and goes from a forgettable prospect to a legitimate outfield prospect to follow.
Most likely Brent Keys becomes a fourth outfielder at the major league level, but I enjoy watching his progression in the minors.
Cox is obviously the most frustrating. He's talented, but his power numbers are getting worse, and he doesn't get on base enough to make us forget that he brings just about nothing else to the table anymore. All Cox had to do was produce an .800 OPS caliber season either in 2012 or 2013 and he'd probably have a shot at the starting 3B job, but he's shown himself to be nothing more than minor league fodder. Only reason he's still mentioned around these parts is because of how awful our depth is at 3B. Before Moran was drafted, it was literally Zack Cox and the island of misfit toys.
Pretty spot on, all of it. Couldn't agree more with everything you said.