Writers lose their minds over everything the guy does.
It's just like Darren Collision. People see a very productive rookie on a bad team and assume he'll keep getting better because he's a rookie and rookies always get better. But the only reason he's good for a rookie is because he got so much experience in college, so he's not really a rookie and he probably won't get much better than he is now. Not that that's bad, but 5 years from now he won't be one of the top 2 players from this class.
This post was edited on 11/26 at 8:02 am