Zunino doesn't have to hit like Piazza, or even Bench, he just has to OPS 85+ and he's vindicated because of his recieving abilities. As long as he maintains a K rate no higher than 25% he'll continue to be a threat at the plate.
Saunders was alwasys going to poach a bunch of homers vs RHP, but this year he Slugging .600+ vs. LHP! That really isn't sustainable but the rest of his game is. BTW, the Condor hit just like this (minus the LHP Slugging) for us in '14. That year saw him mini-leap and he's settled into a 120+ OPS player.
We bailed out a bit early on Miller but Karns was dang appetizing. Miller wasn't going to be our everyday SS, not with our love affair with Marte....but it was really easy to envision him as a bashier O'Malley...and still getting 550 PA's. He's getting to about .6 balls less per game than the league average, which is interesting because in Seattle he was at or above the league average Rf/9. Is TB's staff full of guys with gopheritis?
If Ackley was hitting then you could nearly say that Seager-Saunders-Miller-Ackley was the Jack Z. left-handed Grand Slam. But even the triple is some vindication for Z.