MLE's for the international league
Andy Marte: .248/.300/.410 I guess there's a reason he was traded twice this offseason. In his defense, he's been much better after a horrible start. Maybe he was recovering from an injury earlier.
Josh Fields: .289/.358/.475 Downside is he strikes out too much to keep a .289 average, about once every 3 at bats. Brandon Wood territory, but he's not as young, doesn't have as much time to grow out of it.
BJ Upton is at .228/.314/.324 I'm assuming Durham is still an extreme hitters park, but if for some reason its neutral BJ's numbers still wouldn't approach what a major league 3B needs to hit. He's regressed as a hitter in his 3rd year at AAA.
Chris Denorfia: .298/.353/.382 Not the bat that Austin Kearns provided, but looks like a pretty good player. I think David DeJesus might be a good comparison, just going straight on the stats.
Lastings Milledge: .266/.372/.432 That's damn good for his age. Mets will regret it if they trade this guy for some rental pitching help. I sure don't want to see him every time the Angels battle the A's.
Dustin Pedroia: .275/.342/.379 Not bad for a 2B, but he's capable of more than that. The Cole Hamels of middle infielders. I should start a Dustin Pedroia facts page.
Scott Thorman: .285/.347/.487 Hitting pretty well for the Braves too. He's playing LF tonight, not sure if he's good enough on D to play OF regularly, otherwise he'll have to outplay LaRoche for a job.