When Adrian Gonzalez was traded from the Padres to the Red Sox he left behind the most extreme pitcher's park in baseball for a more favorable destination in Boston. Petco Park in San Diego scores a 59 in HR for Left Handed Batters while Fenway rates at a 84 [Stat Corner]. A score of 84 isn't great by any means, but it's far better than a score of 59. Red Sox faithful had months to celebrate and day dream about the possibility of a 50-HR season from their recently acquired bruiser. It wasn't long before First Round draft picks were spent on the slugger formerly known as Gonz Solo. Today is May 5th and Adrian Gonzalez has two Home Runs. Two. Adrian claims his shoulder is healthy (after surgery) and the problem lies in his mechanics. He says he is "top-spinning everything" [link]. His percentage of Ground Balls is 6% higher than his career norm so maybe he has a point, but I wouldn't expect any athlete to admit he is weak and feeble. Maybe Tito Ortiz, but he's the lone exception. Shoulder surgery has been known to sap a player's power and Adrian isn't far removed from the procedure and the long process of rehabilitation. We're asking you if Adrian's power will be restored with a simple change of mechanics or if this a surgery-related issue that may pose a problem for those who spent their life savings to acquire Gonzalez.