That paragraph says something about Minaya's ability to judge talent.
In his first trade after becoming the general manager of the Montreal Expos in 2002, Omar Minaya shipped a promising Class A outfielder to the Mets as part of a package for a utility player named Lou Collier. Collier played 13 games for Montreal and was out of the majors in three years. The outfielder blossomed into a three-time All-Star and is one of baseball’s premier sluggers. His name is Jason Bay, and now Minaya wants him back.