He makes some valid points too. If he undervalues Wright, you overvalue him. He is not as good as Zimmerman or Longoria at this current time.
And his K rate is a problem, it's literally the only thing holding him back from being the player he was 3-4 years ago.
I'm just glad it looks like he's back to 25-30 HRs and that 10 HR year was a fluke. If he was striking out in ~25-30% of his and hitting 10 HR he would be ***ed.
I have hope he can still come back, as it doesn't make sense how you develop worse plate discipline as you enter the prime of your career when you had a significant sample size that he had a good K rate. Especially when there is no way he could have lost something physical like bat speed, reaction time etc.