25 isn't all that young in MLB anymore.
What!? We will have to disagree on that.
This is Rosario's 3rd season. He was 23 in year one, 24 in year two. In those two seasons we have seen a lot of potential and some troubling things.
He has been marinading the last 2 years and year 3 is when he is pulled out of his marinade and thrown on the grill. I am hungry and I need to be optimistic that this going to be a tasty meal this year. I'll even share some with you Mike.
Note: For some unknown reason, I really could not help myself from using a ridiculous and stupid analogy.