He's had a good offensive season. Defensively, he's struggled. But offensively, he's done a nice job.
He has laid himself on the line, and that's good. As an outsider, he doesn't know what's supposed to be politically impossible.
You're still playing to maybe get a call-up to the big leagues. Or it might mean you're coming back to our organization next year or there might be scouts in the stands from other organizations.
He just brings what you need on a club. The energy, the passion for the game and just the love to be out there. He's smart enough to know that you have to bring that with you to the ballpark every day because it may be your last day.
We hit a lot of home runs this season, but the frustration is the inconsistency of everything else that's gone on. There's no small-ball here. It's a power-hitting club that hasn't put together a whole lot of hits.