The de Aza signing this week speaks volumes on why teams need to develop their own future through draft picks and international signings.
Building future teams will be a lot easier this way.
My guess is he much be a little upset that everybody keeps telling him that he has to be platooned with someone. Now he reads that the 'someone' has a one year contract that could top out at $7mil.
Don't be surprised if this guy comes out of the box with vengeance and winds up playing 'both ways' in 2016. His defense alone warrants this kind of consideration.