Would I like him to do more with the stick than what he's shown at the MLB level to this point? Yes.
That said, it's worth noting that his .729 OPS in 2019 was above the MLB-wide OPS for the catcher position (.717). Put another way, he ranked #31 of the 68 catchers with at least 100 PA (for reference, Severino was #27). While he will have to do better than that to provide positive value because of his glove, it puts in perspective how rare great hitting is at the position.
I'm working on visualizing to avoid too much of a recoil when Iglesias occasionally bubbles up to the top of the order. If Alberto scuffles v. RHP and goes back to more of a Roenicke niche, I'm not sure where else Hyde might go.
As a Nunez pessimist as far as next good team prospects go, Mancini, Hays, Santander, Mountcastle and Diaz are probably the only interesting hitters with a chance in Baltimore this year, and if 2 aren't on the team right away, and 1-2 more are injured...
Iglesias has hit 1st or 2nd in about 10% of his career games.