Just saw Little Women and I agree it was great. I hadn’t read the book either but I did tour Louisa May Alcotts house in Concord once. Probably would be more enjoyable now that I saw the movie based on her book.
I understand, but the point is that if you’re going to be as bad on defense as he is, you have to be otherworldly on offense to make up for it.
his K rate is down but still terrible.
He may improve, and there’s no reason not to let him try, but he’d have to improve a whole lot in order to compensate for his defense.
He hits better than he catches, but at the moment he’s terrible at both. The fact that most catchers don’t hit very well isn’t really a defense. He’s not really a catcher at all: his problems are so elementary one wonders how he got this far at the position.