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In 2013, Odor hit .305/.365/.474 with 41 doubles and 11 home runs as a 19-year-old in the minors, and while he may not be capable of quite that level of production in the big leagues, he can be an above-average offensive option at the position.Odor stole 32 bases in his final full season in the minors, but he's just 9-of-19 on stolen-base attempts in 164 games in the majors.If he does wind up being traded, Gennett has the tools to be a starter wherever he goes.
The 25-year-old still has some work to do to establish himself as a legitimate everyday guy, but a strong return from the minors has certainly helped his case.
He's served as a super-utility player of sorts in his first extended big league action, but he still has a chance at locking down the everyday second base job.
If he does, he could be a consistent .280-plus hitter with gap power.
He's still adjusting to life in the majors, and his early struggles this season earned him a demotion.
But it's important to remember he's still really young.