If they would've left tats, sheahan, and Jurco together I think the chemistry alone would've upped his production.
Worst case scenario, he's big, fast, hits, and his production hasn't made his value rise to the point of deserving a huge raise...
So even if he doesn't become a top six guy within the next few years, keeping him won't be too costly.
Plus, he does have the potential to break out.
There is just too Much to like about him to worry about his stats just yet
I feel like Jurco has the skill size and speed, that'd I'd b fine paying him contracts based on production for years to come, even if he doesn't score crazy amounts (but scores enough where his contract is viable) I'd be happy with it. He's the kind of player that could break out tomorrow, or at 26. Either way I want him on my team, he has all the skills.