1) I don't think he'll get where moe has him; I've got 68-70-87-64-75. 82 eye, for example, has a 0% chance of happening. That projects, neutral park, to roughly .275/.350/.490, which in OKC is going to look more like .275/.350/.440, which would certainly play for an average defensive RF but is kind of marginal for this guy.
2) Disagree with Jonas. Ford would be a very sweet platoon player if he had traditional splits; he'd hit RHP enough to make up for the (-) plays in RF and you could pair him with an easily-found lefty masher. Even if he were right-handed he'd be that lefty masher... as it is you really shouldn't want to start him for a championship team. For a good team, he's a bench player, playing RF to rest your RF/LF/1B when you have a high GB pitcher on the mound, and maybe as a 2nd or 3rd catcher against teams that don't run.