Jesus Montero is one of the most valuable players in the Seattle Mariners organization, but he has a ways to go and grow before he's recognized as one of the most valuable players in the entire league.
The M's paid a lot to get him, giving up Michael Pineda, the flamethrowing Dominican, and Jose Campos, a younger pitcher with high potential, but they also received right-handed starting pitcher Hector Noesi.
At this point, the Mariners appear to be the big winners, with Campos still in the minors, Pineda on the disabled list and Noesi and Montero combining on April 14th for a nice Seattle win (Noesi went eight innings, allowing no runs on five hits, and Montero batted in three of the team's four runs.)
While Montero has looked pretty nice at the plate thus far, he hasn't seen a lot of time behind the plate, which is where he can impact his full, intended effect.
So, what's it going to take for him to become the next MLB superstar? Here are five things he needs to work on if he wants to reach stardom.