I guess I'll withhold my final approval once the details of year 3 are made available.
Still, I think it is better to keep him in a reasonable deal than to trade him for rubbish, or let him walk for nothing.
Everybody is so sure he is gonna crash, but maybe he won't.
Stat nerds can fret about his framing, but I put more weight in the opinion of the pitchers who love to throw to him and wanted to keep him,
There is significant evidence in the world that the opinions of employees about the performance of other employees is not overly accurate. We have a TON of numbers that indicate if he's good at his job. I guess we can choose to ignore it, but that seems like an odd decision to make, where we actually have data.