Across the four years of OAA data, Galvis is a couple spots ahead of Iglesias, but his seasonal ranks have been 6/5/8/34
SS is a bear after 30.
75% completion percentage is pretty good. No matter the way you try to spin it.
Have any of you watched the JT O’Sullivan Breakdown of the Bills game? Good insight on everything that went wrong for the ravens. Lamar included.
So basically picked up a decent infield glove on a one year deal.
We get about 95% of Iglesias glove, about 85% of Iglesias bat (but with a little more pop), save half the money we would have paid Iglesias, and we picked up a couple of young pitchers from that trade.
Can't really say I'm displeased by how this panned out.
7 straight years of positive WAR, averaging 1.1 WAR/year over that time. So very likely to produce positive WAR this year.
I contend that you can't get someone who is very likely to produce positive WAR this year in the rule 5, and definitely not in the independent league. You can get someone who MIGHT, but not someone who is likely to. And I believe Galvis is likely to.