Here is Law’s basis:
Mayo is 6-5 and takes a super wide stance at the plate, but hits more for average and OBP right now, without the big power (yet) you’d expect from him. He showed a good approach in High A but struggled with offspeed stuff in Double A, even in the strike zone, although at just 20 he was quite young for the level. He’s huge for a third baseman and I think he has to move to first or maybe right field in time, but regardless of position, it’ll come down to his ability to make contact even with some natural length to the swing. He’s younger than any of his peers in this system, though, so he has time and more room to project on the bat.
I think he’s low on Mayo, but we’ll see!
I mostly agree, but have to admit that I really enjoyed watching a couple games in person in Miami. The atmosphere was electric. I definitely don't like having it negatively affect the regular season though.