Caleb's got a lifetime .650 OPS and has thrown out only 20% of baserunners this season. He's OPSing a career high .770 this year, but he OPS'd .413 last year and his career high was .693 before this season.
Wellington is OPSing .781 and has OPS'd as high as .813 (2 seasons ago) with a lifetime .740. He's first in the AL in caught stealing percentage (47.6) and double plays turned (8). He was deservedly criticised early in the year for his pitch framing, but he's been doing very well at that in the second half. If he does come back, he'll play at least as much as Caleb.
If his framing is so good then how come I keep reading about all these missed strike calls from the umps in the game thread?
I never see a poster go "Beef really stole that strike with his framing!", or "Way to present that pitch Beef!".