So essentially what we thought Nolan Reimold would be?
Yes, good comparison. Except Trey had better numbers in the upper minors at slightly younger ages.
They had almost identical lines in their first MLB action.
Trey at 25 y/o: 293/338/488/826 (120 OPS+), 24 HR in 586 PA
Nolan at 25 y/o: 279/365/466/831 (116 OPS+), 15 HR in 411 PA
Reimold walked twice as much (11.4% to 5.6%), which is the major difference. Trey had a higher BA but that could be largely due to an unsustainably high 352 BABIP (Nolan's was high, too, but less dramatically so at 316). A little more power for Trey (195 to 187 ISO), but quite close. Trey also played in a slightly lower run environment, hence the higher OPS+ despite a lower raw OPS.
I think Trey will learn to draw more walks. He had a very low walk-rate this year, but I think he has a good approach at the plate. I think he'll see his walks increase to something more in line with the league average (8.5%) as he gains experience.
I think someone like Mark Trumbo is Trey's floor and someone like Jason Bay is Trey's ceiling.