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Thread: RHD's Latest Top 150 Roto Prospects ("Pre-MLB Draft" Version)

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    Quote Originally Posted by onejayhawk View Post
    Yusniel Diaz now in Baltimore. What is the outlook change?

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    Doesnt change my ranking of him, for the moment at least. He's already pretty high. I wouldnt expect he'll be up this year before September because 1) he's not ready and 2) the O's have other prospect options that are more MLB-ready, like Cedric Mullins and Austin Hays that they'll call up first. Very well could be up next year at some point, tho.

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    Man... I knew I wanted to ask you about someone during the PONY minors draft thread but when I got around to it, I couldn't remember who it was. Cavan Biggio just want in the 3rd round. He's not on your current list, but he's starting to get buzz like his other "son's of big leaguers" team mates. I know he's not in that class, but are you buying in? Will he be on the next list?
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyelander View Post
    Man... I knew I wanted to ask you about someone during the PONY minors draft thread but when I got around to it, I couldn't remember who it was. Cavan Biggio just want in the 3rd round. He's not on your current list, but he's starting to get buzz like his other "son's of big leaguers" team mates. I know he's not in that class, but are you buying in? Will he be on the next list?
    Thanx for the response, heyelander.

    Biggio is not too far off the list. But there are many others that probably will get on before he does.

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    Fernando Tatis Jr gone for the year with a broken thumb

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    I am down Pham and Fowler in deep NL-only, so I practically tackled this guy before he got off the plane (and activated him; could be well beyond the "can he fog a mirror?" test that tends to be all we ask of hitting replacements

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    (He'll replace the injured Tyler O'Neill (shoulder) on the active roster. With Dexter Fowler (foot) also sidelined, the opportunity for playing time should be there. Garcia, 25, was signed out of Cuba last year and owns a .269/.296/.531 batting line with 21 homers and 10 steals over 98 games this season in Triple-A. This includes 12 homers in his last 25 games. His aggressive approach could get him into trouble against major league hurlers, but he's worth a look in deeper fantasy formats as long as he's getting at-bats.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by overkill94 View Post
    Thanks as always rhd.

    Might want to reconsider keeping Cal Quantrill in the top 100. As a college pitcher he should be seeing better results by now. Instead, he's got a career 4.13 ERA and 1.42 WHIP which is almost exactly what those stats are this year as well.

    Wanted to get your thoughts on Austin Dean as well. I just dropped Quantrill for him, mostly since the Marlins OF is wide open and he's sporting a .353/.421/.553 line between AA and AAA this year with almost the same amount of walks as strikeouts. His track record before this year was pretty unimpressive but I'm wondering if he added muscle or changed his swing or something.
    And Dean gets the call! He had been ridiculously hot lately - .465/.540/.907 in August with 4 HR. Going to be interesting to see how the playing time shakes out and whether his improvements this year will translate to MLB success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overkill94 View Post
    And Dean gets the call! He had been ridiculously hot lately - .465/.540/.907 in August with 4 HR. Going to be interesting to see how the playing time shakes out and whether his improvements this year will translate to MLB success.
    Thanx for another response, overkill.

    I'm not surprised that someone like Dean is getting a shot w the Marlins. Still not excited about him, but let's see what he does.

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    Yeah, I don't think he'll ever become a stud or anything but guys on crappy teams like the Marlins get much longer leashes than first division teams so he'll at least have a long audition. His bat-to-ball skills are his only plus right now but if he got the full-time gig next year I could see 15 homers with something like a .280 BA if this year wasn't a fluke.

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    wrong thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by onejayhawk View Post
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