The major mechanical correction would be a non-statistical input that lends credence to Bradley's recent surge being an "outlier" rather than a "correction", right? I say this because he had a relatively large sample size of failure as a major league hitter. Why there was such a disconnect between MLB and AAA numbers, I'm not sure. But maybe certain flaws are more dramatically exploited at the MLB level than in MiLB. In other words, the "AAAA effect". Whatever the case may be, I'm glad to see that Bradley is looking like a bona fide good player. On Speier's list, Randy Winn (in terms of total value) would be a very nice outcome. Obviously Bradley is much better defensively, but probably not the hitter than Winn was.