By Jason Wojciechowski on July 8, 2013 at 8:55 AM
You can find it here, though it is behind the paywall. There's not a whole lot new, but Nick J. Faleris does appear to believe in Green's bat, at least insofar as he thinks Green's hit tool can be above average. He also has an in-depth description of Green's defense that's worth checking out.
Faleris thinks that Green is up to get the majority of the time at second, but, as noted yesterday, that's an open question. This isn't Mike Trout. I don't know that the A's will have any qualms about playing him in the short half of a platoon, though perhaps with a few starts against righties thrown in here and there so he doesn't ever find himself sitting six games in a row just by quirk of the pitching matchups.