You suck even worse as you proigress, and that has bee the pattern thusfar with Schoop.
And I totally disagree that you hitting should necessarily go down as you progress unless you are just wearing out bad pitching in the power numbers. In fact good batting average hitters should get even better, or at least more consistant as the pitchers get better and are expected to be around the plate much more, and hitters get not just more at bats, but more at bats against similar talent to what they should see in the majors
Normally when a guy is described as having good pop, it means they think he's a power hitter. In the real world, Schoop is expected to have a lot of power and struggle with average.
3) [Jonathan Schoop], INF, Grade B: He's been pushed, but I like him better than the raw numbers and I think he will develop into a very solid regular infielder with good pop. Pronounced "Scope" like the mouthwash.
The year before 33 BB's with 100 K's in 114 AB's
I think that if he was called up to the majors today, he'd be successful as a utility infielder playing solely against lefties