Guerrero has a .222/.266/.368 line through 43 games at Double-A Mobile.
While his slash line may be seen as disappointing to most, Guerrero has slightly improved from 2015's numbers. His on-base percentage is up from .258 and his slugging percentage has risen from .343. Guerrero has hit four home runs, putting him on pace to surpass last year's lackluster total of seven. However, his strikeout rate of 23.6 percent is far too high and a .222 batting average leaves much to be desired. Guerrero will likely stay at Double-A Mobile for the remainder of the season to work towards reaching his power hitting potential.
Gabby Guerrero was optioned to Double-A on Monday.
Guerrero struggled at Double-A for the Mariners and Arizona Diamondbacks organizations last season after a strong showing at the High-A level in 2014. He'll look to bounce back in 2016 in hopes of potentially advancing a level at some point later in the season.
Gabby Guerrero was added to the Arizona Diamondbacks ' 40-man roster Friday.
The move was for Rule 5 protection. Guerrero has a lot of upside, but it's also a very risky profile, as he has a lot of contact issues that could prevent his power from showing up in games against big league pitching. He should spend most of 2016 in Triple-A.
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