Shelton has incredible feel for pull side loft and the power numbers showed up in the box scores. He doesn't have great raw power, but more importanly he gets all of it to play in games because of the swing path and early connection, he's pull-heavy with all of his hard-hits being put into the air. His bat-to-ball skills are below-average and his swing decisions are too. Since he's making his decisions so early to get to the pull side juice, he'll have the occasionally swing. He's physical at 6-foot and has an average arm, he's a 45-grade defender at third and probably won't stick long-term. He's a better fit at second, and the power production will keep him in a lineup regardless of the glove.