Revere was also a top 100 prospect, and unlike the other 2 players involved in the trade, had achieved some success in the Show, and still has upside in the bank even today.
What upside would you suggest Revere has?
He has basically averaged this per year (divdiding career totals by 2.2)
.285 average, .324 OBP, .330 Slugging, .654 OPS, 14 doubles, 6 triples, 0 HR, 36 RBI, 33 BB, 36 SB.
The SB are the only above average number. Everything else is well below average except the average, but factor in they are all singles and that isn't good.
Even when he hit .330 in the minors he did not take any walks or have any power at all. So I would argue he is never sniffing an OPS of .700. I wonder if a stat exists to judge how many runners advanced on an OF arm. Becuase I would be Revere would lead the league in that one. I think Terry knew he was not an MLB player and made the move before everyone else knew it.