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  1. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by mvp 78 View Post
    To me, Chatham is basically Deven Marrero part 2. He's a guy who will make the majors for his defense, but bounce around for a while. He just doesn't have a huge upside of some of the other prospects who may never make the bigs.

    I do think hes better than Marrero at the plate, but his is going to spend his career batting 8th or 9th.

    Hopefully he is good enough, because as of now, he might be shortstopping in Boston in 15 months...
    Last edited by notin; 01-11-2019 at 09:23 AM.

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    My top 10 for the day....

    1. D Hernandez
    2. B. Mata
    3. D Feltman
    4. T Casas
    5. J Groome
    6. B Dalbec
    7. A Flores
    8. T Lakins
    9. M Chavis (to be traded)
    10. D Diaz



  3. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    My top 10 for the day....

    1. D Hernandez
    2. B. Mata
    3. D Feltman
    4. T Casas
    5. J Groome
    6. B Dalbec
    7. A Flores
    8. T Lakins
    9. M Chavis (to be traded)
    10. D Diaz


    I'm just not a believer in Mata. I hope I'm wrong. It would be nice to develop some starters for once.
    JBJ is the 14th ranked CFer per dWAR

  4. #19
    https://www.milb.com/milb/news/red-s...icle_302678414

    It's been discussed before, but it seems like Trey Ball will still pitch here and there. He hasn't completely given up pitching.
    JBJ is the 14th ranked CFer per dWAR

  5. #20
    He is irrelevant now
    The rebuild is complete.

  6. #21
    Get to see Dalbec this year, saw him a couple years back in Lowell, see how much improvement in him. Looking more at his Fielding then anything.

    https://www.milb.com/milb/news/2019-...es/c-302303186
    Outside organization, cant wait till Guerrero, makes it up North.
    Last edited by OH FOY!; 01-18-2019 at 11:46 AM.

  7. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonianmarch View Post
    He is irrelevant now

    He’s 24. Not exactly prospect age anymore and he’s been fairly slow and ineffective most of his career. But the idea of OF/P is apparently becoming a new thing, ever since Shohei Otani showed that it doubles your chance for injury.

    Matt Davidson is trying to add pitching to his repertoire. Michael Lorenzen is trying to add outfield to his. Is this some crazy new trend? Or will it disappear faster than the careers of Brooks Kieschnick and Christian Bethancourt?

  8. #23
    It may end up being a trend, but Ball isn't good at either. You have to be a good enough pitcher to get innings. Ball has sucked ass as a pitcher
    The rebuild is complete.

  9. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonianmarch View Post
    It may end up being a trend, but Ball isn't good at either. You have to be a good enough pitcher to get innings. Ball has sucked ass as a pitcher
    Ball hasn’t done much as a starter and one season as a reliever, but it might be early to say he can’t hit,too. He only has 9 career minor league at bats...

  10. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by notin View Post
    Ball hasn’t done much as a starter and one season as a reliever, but it might be early to say he can’t hit,too. He only has 9 career minor league at bats...
    It wouldn't be following a trend if a hitter cannot pitch. It would be the norm. Maybe he can hit, who knows.
    The rebuild is complete.

  11. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonianmarch View Post
    It wouldn't be following a trend if a hitter cannot pitch. It would be the norm. Maybe he can hit, who knows.

    As a pitcher, he might have a shot as a LOOGY. But it probably won’t happen until after the Sox finally release him at some point...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OH FOY! View Post
    ty - I enjoyed that article. i also enjoyed reading up on Sale a little as well. when he says that he has the whip back in that arm action, it bodes well for us heading to spring training.

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    MLB.com's top 100 by team and rankings....

    Top 40

    5- SD: 2, 15, 23, 26, 34

    4- CWS: 3, 18, 21, 40

    4- TB: 13, 28, 29, 39

    4- ATL: 24, 30, 32, 37, 38

    3- CIN: 6, 16, 31

    2- TOR: 1, 11

    2- MN: 5, 9

    2- HOU 7, 8

    2- WSH: 4, 25

    2- LAD:35, 36

    1- COL: 9

    1- OAK: 12

    1- LAA: 14

    1- DET: 17

    1- PIT: 19

    1- MIL: 20

    1- SFG: 22

    1-PHI: 27

    1- STL: 33



    41-100

    4- SD: 48, 49, 72, 74

    3- CWS: 40, 47, 80

    3- HOU: 44, 80, 97

    3- PIT: 46, 87, 96

    3- AZ: 60, 73, 83

    3- BAL: 64, 71, 90

    3- TOR: 65, 76, 98

    3- TX: 85, 88, 89

    2- OAK: 42, 45

    2- CWS: 47, 80

    2- NYM: 51, 58

    2- DET: 52, 78

    2- TB: 55, 84

    2- SEA 56, 91

    2- NYY: 57, 66

    2- PHI: 59, 77

    2- LAD: 69, 70

    2- HOU: 62, 97

    2- Cubs: 67, 100

    1- CLE 41

    1- SEA: 43

    1-CIN: 53

    1- KC: 54

    1-STL: 61

    1- LAA: 63

    1- MN: 68

    1- WSH: 75

    1- BOS: 79

    1- SF: 92

    1- Cubs: 94

    1- COL: 95

    1- MIA 99


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    MLB.com Top 100 by Team

    9 SD
    7 CWS
    5 TOR
    5 HOU
    4 TB (all top 40)
    4 ATL (all top 40)
    4 CIN
    4 LAD

    3 of these 8 teams won their division last year.



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