Josh Reddick is not who you think he is.
Now in his third appearance with the Red Sox and first full-time appearance, Reddick has been hitting the stuffing out of the ball, to the tune of .343/.387/.567, with five home runs, 22 RBI and 26 runs scored in 44 games.
The 24-year-old must be for real, because those are some real numbers.
Reddick, a 17th-round pick of the Red Sox way back in 2006, has never performed at this level in any single minor league season, and when the Red Sox called him up, he was hitting .230 with an .841 OPS at Triple-A.
It only stands to reason that Reddick is likely to come back to earth in a big way.
This is why he is included in this list of the most overrated prospects in each MLB farm system.