"He was a real confident hitter," Kendall said. "When he got here, he was on a roll. Balls in the middle of the plate, he did a lot of damage. He ate up left-handed pitching. His power numbers, the singles, doubles — all those things he brought to the table. But not being healthy, and he played a little while with that nagging injury, I'd just like to see him once after the break when this injury is behind him and see what he is. He's sort of the same guy.