In all honesty before this last week I had never heard of Scott Thorman and with good reason. At age 27, Thorman has 2 seasons in the Bigs under his belt posting a line of .222/.260/.407 in 415 AB.
So far the former 1st Round Pick has had a pretty good spring training. Granted its still way early and having 11 AB is not anywhere close to being a good sample, but he has posted a line of .636/.636/.818 including 2 doubles.
Looking at the number of At-Bats being given to certain players in spring training, Macha's been giving a lot of ABs to players who are on the bubble as far as making the team.
And right now Thorman has the upper hand when it comes to stats. Things in Thorman's favor is that he is left handed hitter and he can play the outfield, although he's primarily a First Baseman. I'm guessing his fielding in the OF isn't pretty and will hold him back. My question is what does Thorman need to do or continue to do to make this team?