I don't hate the Matthews Jr. signing any more. Its extravagant, but improves our team in the short run.
In the long run, he's a highly paid 4th outfielder, but with Brandon Wood hitting 35 homers at short and Nick Adenhart racing Weaver, Lackey, and Santana to see who gets to 20 wins first, we can live with it.
I looked at how he rates by every defensive measure that means anything (the play by play ones) as well as the fan's scouting reports. Read more here: