You can check out his minor league line at Baseball Reference: Pablo's minor statsHis career line (452 games) of .303/.342/.445 is less impressive than his .900+ OPS in his last 112 games, slugging well over .500 for San Jose (A+) and Connecticut (AA) this year. His first few years in the minors show a sub-.320 OBP. Not good.But, he's only 22, and has only has 44 games at AA level, jumping from there to the bigs. If he struggles, seeing some more time in the minors wouldn't be so bad. Lots of guys have come up, gone back down, and come up again much stronger players. We saw Bowker explode on to the big stage, then come crashing to earth. I expect he'll be back.I like Pablo's versatility and athleticism. I hope he can hit for power: 1B and 3B are "masher" spots. We need a masher. Desperately. For now, I'm really enjoying the 110-kilogram hombre from Venezuela. Nothing like having a crappy team to get a look at all your youngsters.
Oh, great, Correia's first pitch ended up in McCovey cove.
3 zip bottom 4But wait, back to back doubles by Fred and Molina...Guess who's up?
Well, I mean after Gomer (HBP!)
Pabloooooooooooooooo!Single to load the bases, damn Molina is SO slow. I predict Sandoval gets a hit in every game of his career.
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