>A weak group here, there’s not a whole lot to say other than if you need help, you’re better off looking at trades or within your own organization.
- Kordell Fabregas
The best of a bad group, Fabregas is not totally useless. He’s got good speed and isn’t going to strike out a whole lot. He’s got a decent eye and has some power as well. He’s very durable. He has his warts too. He’s a horrible defender who can’t hit lefties. He’s injury-prone. He’s someone to consider if you need a platoon player against righties and a switch-hitter for your bench.
- Emmanuel Aybar
Not completely useless, Aybar has some good qualities. He’s got good power and he really thrives against left-handed pitching. He’s going to struggle against righties and he definitely isn’t going to win any gold gloves with his defense. He’s slow, very slow, but durable and stays healthy. His eye isn’t anything to write home about. Could be the other half of the platoon with Kordell.
- J.J. Boyd
Probably the most useful of the group as he is average in all categories. He’s going to make decent contact while hitting some homers. He’s not going to be overwhelmed by most pitchers. He’s got decent speed. He’s not a good defender. Very durable. He’s got a very average eye. The good news is that you’re not going to have to platoon him.