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  1. #326

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    More on Fernando Martinez:

    Fernando Martinez was back in Double-A Binghamton's lineup Monday after being pulled from Sunday's game for not hustling.
    Martinez was "not running as hard to first base," according to Mets VP of player development Tony Bernazard. The 18-year-old went 0-for-3 on Monday and is now batting .214 for Binghamton.
    Source: New York Post

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    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Fernando Martinez was back in Double-A Binghamton's lineup Monday after being pulled from Sunday's game for not hustling.
    Martinez was "not running as hard to first base," according to Mets VP of player development Tony Bernazard. The 18-year-old went 0-for-3 on Monday and is now batting .214 for Binghamton.
    Source: New York Post
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    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/m...pbp&pid=453268

    I know this is still early in the season, but this is not what you expect from 1st rounder with high heat fastball.

    Kennedy is looking very solid though
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  4. #329

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    lancaster is a tough place to pitch but bard just sucks. bowden isnt having any trouble pitching there

  5. #330

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    5/16 K/BB for Bard? Geez

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    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Steph19
    5/16 K/BB for Bard? Geez
    The 16 walks in less than 11 innings is the one stat that suprised me. I thought he had much better control.

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    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    the knock on him was control.

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    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Good stuff X bad control = nothing

    Mediocre stuff x good control = something
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  9. #334

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    Looks like Cameron Maybin is off to a great start

    LAK FSL .317 18 60 17 19 3 2 4 10 38 15 23 8 1 .461 .633 1.094
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  10. #335

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    So is Salty

    MIS SOU .377 17 61 15 23 5 0 6 13 46 11 12 1 0 .472 .754 1.226
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    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ppa79
    Looks like Cameron Maybin is off to a great start

    LAK FSL .317 18 60 17 19 3 2 4 10 38 15 23 8 1 .461 .633 1.094
    Maybin i already a great hitter and is going to be a superstar, one of my favorite prospects. Does anyone have a reasonable ETA for him?

  12. #337

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    Looks like our old friend CJ Henry is showing the power that people predicted

    LAK SAL .240 15 50 10 12 5 2 2 10 27 5 19 3 0 .328 .540 .868

    He still has terrible K/BB ratios and average is too low.
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  13. #338

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    Has anyone checked out the sick stats on Tim Lincecum?

    God he's awesome

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    He also pitched 6 IP with 3 H and 14K's

    God, that's more than 2 per inning
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    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Now that Hughes´s in the majors, Lincecum has clearly become the best pitching prospect in the minors right now.

  16. #341

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by metalboy15
    Now that Hughes´s in the majors, Lincecum has clearly become the best pitching prospect in the minors right now.
    hughes' polish and resume might be better than lincecum, but you gotta think lincecum's stuff is better than hughes' especially when you look at the #s

    49/11 k/bb ratio in 31 innings while allowing only 12 hits and 1 earned run ... and last year his combined #s were 58/12 in 31 and 2/3 innings while giving up just 6 earned runs and 14 hits ... that's just pure dominance.

  17. #342

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jeter62375
    hughes' polish and resume might be better than lincecum, but you gotta think lincecum's stuff is better than hughes' especially when you look at the #s

    49/11 k/bb ratio in 31 innings while allowing only 12 hits and 1 earned run ... and last year his combined #s were 58/12 in 31 and 2/3 innings while giving up just 6 earned runs and 14 hits ... that's just pure dominance.
    No doubt, Tim´s pure stuff is head and shoulders above Phil´s.

  18. #343

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    I would never project anyone to dominate like Pedro, but if I were to, I would pick Linecum to be that guy. There are still some concerns longterm about him due to his size and delivery of course, but his stuff is just amazing.

    Also, this isn't just because of his mediocre results thus far, but I'm really not a big fan of Andrew Miller. I don't like his mechanics and I haven't seen the great stuff he has.

  19. #344

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    To think we could have our very own Linecum if freaking Christian Garcia would get his act together. Oh well still hope for Dellin.

    btw whose stuff is better? Dellin's or Garcia's? I knew it was Garcia before but dont know much about Dellin

  20. #345

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Metroidman
    To think we could have our very own Linecum if freaking Christian Garcia would get his act together. Oh well still hope for Dellin.

    btw whose stuff is better? Dellin's or Garcia's? I knew it was Garcia before but dont know much about Dellin
    I think Dellin's stuff is better. That 6'9" frame gives him a huge advantage. And it looks like Dellin's work ethic is better.
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    Man I was so high on Garcia too. I remember BA saying he has some of the best stuff in all the minors. I watched him a few times and that fastball had amazing life and that curve was just sickening

  22. #347

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by metalboy15
    No doubt, Tim´s pure stuff is head and shoulders above Phil´s.
    What about their secondary pitches? Curve and Change?
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  23. #348

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppa79
    What about their secondary pitches? Curve and Change?
    On an 80 scale?

    Hughes Curve ranks at 65-70 doesnt it?

    Linecum's I think is at 75 or 70


    Not sure Linecum has a change but Hughes isn't that great right now

  24. #349

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Metroidman
    On an 80 scale?

    Hughes Curve ranks at 65-70 doesnt it?

    Linecum's I think is at 75 or 70


    Not sure Linecum has a change but Hughes isn't that great right now
    When he pitched against Toronto, it looks like he made huge strides on his changeup. I'm not saying its a plus pitch yet, but it looked good.
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  25. #350

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppa79
    When he pitched against Toronto, it looks like he made huge strides on his changeup. I'm not saying its a plus pitch yet, but it looked good.
    The problem with rating Hughes' change is that he just started using it this year and hes' used it in a total of 4 Live games. Too soon to tell. Sometimes it looks good but other times who knows. I hope he still develops it even while in the majors

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