Well, that was a disaster. Orr’s batting average went from .300 in 2005 to .253, and since he’s pretty much all batting average whatever value as a hitter he had the previous year was wiped out. He wasn’t exactly a big plus to begin with. No power (18 career extra base hits, two homers, over 326 career PA) no walks (five last year, six the year before) and even his baserunning took a big fall (2 SB, 4 CS, after going 7-8). He doesn’t strike out a whole lot, but nearly twice as much as Aybar, so even his value as a put-it-in-play guy is lessened. His defensive stats are good, but this is in total violation of all visual perception, and I’m not that hardcore of a stat guy. It’s hard to see how Orr even makes the roster if Aybar and Woodward are on it.