Well, AJP went about exactly as I expected.
David Ross...looks to be every bit the 37 years his birth certificate would indicate.
Vazquez looks fine...for now. JBJ looked fine. Xander looked fine. Middlebrooks looked fine. Then they weren't, so I'm not juping in with both feet on Vazquez.
Hitting .224, down from his .240 career.
HR/RBI just about in line with his past, doubles slightly down but that's no surprise since he's not in Fenway any more (he had 40 doubles last year...terribly underrated).
Ks are at the inflated rate he's always had.
One stat jumped out at me though....walks. He currently has 41 walks in 255 at bats. His career high was in 2013, when he had 43 walks in 425 at bats. He's hitting .224, but his OBP is .330. For guys who have actually caught 70+ games this year, that's about 11th in the league out of roughly 27 guys.
On a new team, learning a new league, new pitchers, new teammates, new opponents, he's done fairly well. The concussion may have tempered this all a little, maybe not. He's doing well. He's not GREAT, but it was a mistake to let him go, and he is STILL getting better, as the stats prove out. If he learns a little plate discipline, as it seems he just about has, he will become a very dangerous hitting C.