Not Salty as in lots of dirty language or discussions about his love life, keep it clean.
Salty has been through his ups and downs, but when bashing his production over the last season and a half many have forgotten his age. He's still young, and the Rangers probably slowed down his development by screwing around with him at 1B and then handling his playing time poorly last season. Ok, not probably, they handled him with about the finesse level I would show on Dancing With the Stars. And then he was hurt.
But this is the year he puts it together, I think and starts delivering on the promise. I think he catches about 100-110 games this year, has a few ups and downs on defense, and hits about .270/.345/.420.
Teagarden would be much harder to project, I have no idea what to expect from him except bad puns in headlines when he does anything of note.