Neil Walker's career minor league line is .273/.322/.441. His AAA line this year was .321/.392/.560, and he has carried that success over to Pittsburgh so far.
I know Walker isn't THIS good. I wish he was Chase Utley, but he probably isn't. But does anyone have an explanation for his dramatic increase in production? Basically I am hoping that his play has improved for the long-term, and this isn't merely a fluke of a small sample size.
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