Woods has the build of a classic power hitter; big frame, strong kid. Hitting lefty, he kind of reminds one of a slimmed down Ryan Howard. Over his last 10 games, he is hitting .333 with 5 HRs. For his grand total on the season, he is hitting .289/.376/.578/.913 with 14 HRs on the year. Currently he plays LF, but projects as a 1B down the road in a few years. The Marlins have had a revolving door at 1B over these past few years (Logan Morrison, Garrett Jones, Michael Morse, now Justin Bour). Also, the Fish have Josh Naylor working his way up the ranks but should project a year or two behind Woods unless something drastic happens.
Then there is Arturo Rodriguez, a right handed hitter from the Mexican League who is playing catcher and raking the ball. Over his last 10 he is hitting a solid .279 wit 3 HRs; on the season he has a .283/.330/.403/.733 slash line. Unlike Woods, he is a bit more of a disciplined hitter, having 43Ks to his 23BBs in 360ABs (Woods has 89:32 in 266ABs).
Both hitters are supplying much needed run production in the heart of the Grasshoppers lineup. A promotion should soon be on the way.