The biggest difference is the advent of the DH in the NL. He’s gonna hit for average and have a high OBP his entire career and will do that until he’s 38. 6/180 will get it done but if AA thinks he’s in on Correa, we will have to wait. Would need to be like 10/350ish. It’s wild that Correa, Lindor, and Seager all came up the same time and are basically the same player. Lindor is more dependable and doesn’t have an injury history that the other two have. His WAR is higher than Seager and close to Correa. Seager has the highest OPS but least games played—some 260 less than Lindor and 110 less than Correa. Lindor went 10/341 last year. Seager 10/325 yesterday. Can’t see Correa less than 10/350.