Desmond Jennings has started out this season better than most in the Rays organization. He has started the season with a .337 average and has hit three home runs thus far. He has 15 RBI's, 6 stolen bases, and a .378 OBP. Not that bad to start the season. Jennings is coming off an injury plagued season, yet another in a career that has seen its fair share of injuries. This is the first time Jennings has been as high as double-A and he is definitely performing like he deserves it. If he continues on this pace, he will most likely make it to Triple-A before season's end. If he continues like this, it could raise an interesting question. Could he be a September call-up at the end of this season? The Rays could use him like they used Fernando Perez last year. He would get a few starts and be a pinch-hitter and pinch-runner. He only has more power than Perez. This pace could also see him in Rays spring training next year, and maybe in the majors before the end of next season. The only problem is, you would need a spot for him. Many say he will be Carl Crawford's replacement when he inevitably leaves due to wanting too much money as a free agent. Can you picture an outfield of Jennings, BJ Upton, and Matt Joyce? It's like getting dealt a full hand in online poker. If they all live up to their capabilities, that would be scary. Jennings is definitely one to watch for in the not to distant future for the Tampa Bay Rays.