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texasdave
01-17-2013, 03:37 PM
1) Billy Hamilton
2) Robert Stephenson
3) Tony Cingrani
4) Daniel Corcino
5) Jesse Winker
6) Nick Travieso
7) Henry Rodriguez
8) Ismael Guillon
9) Yorman Rodriguez
10) Tanner Rahier
11) Dan Langfield
12) Neftali Soto
13) Donald Lutz

texasdave
01-17-2013, 03:43 PM
Vidal please. Major league glove. I think will hit enough to earn a regular spot with someone, if not the Reds.

Edd Roush
01-17-2013, 04:01 PM
I went with Reynoso's upside again. I can understand Rogers, too. Both Reynoso and Rogers are a cut above the guys who won the last two votes for me.

I liked Vidal a lot coming into 2012. However, he really tanked in Pensacola last year. It's not like Vidal was really young for the level either. I am hoping he has a bounceback 2013, but I am not ready to vote for him over Reynoso or Rogers.

Superdude
01-17-2013, 04:11 PM
I'm gonna go Rogers. As long as the strikeout rate stays above water, he's got a chance to be a pretty good pitcher.

mace
01-17-2013, 04:18 PM
I like Sharky here, by a nose over Barnhart, Waldrop and Mejias-Brean. His conversion from reliever to starter last year was very encouraging.

Ohayou
01-17-2013, 04:39 PM
The Price is Wright

dougdirt
01-17-2013, 07:27 PM
Rogers once again. Very sure Major Leaguer with a chance to start or be a very strong reliever.

lollipopcurve
01-17-2013, 09:55 PM
lotta equally good choices here -- going Lamarre since I think he's got a ceiling at least as high as Heisey, maybe higher, plus defense, and coming off a decent year in AA in which he was playing through an injury -- a bit underrated by Redszone, IMO

americanoutlaw1
01-17-2013, 11:34 PM
Mejias-Brean. Love the vibe I get from him. I'm probably more confident in him than most, but... When you've got a feeling, you've got a feeling...

texasdave
01-17-2013, 11:38 PM
After looking at his Vidal statistics, there really is only one player to vote for here.

camisadelgolf
01-17-2013, 11:39 PM
After looking at his Vidal statistics, there really is only one player to vote for here.
Rogers?

Betterread
01-20-2013, 03:25 PM
Gelalich should be in the top 15 based on his very fine college season last year. He was a very safe pick by the Reds, which made his poor performance in Billings perplexing. I am attributing this to fatigue and his hand injury because I thought his approach and his swing were very efficient at UCLA. Unless there are physical reason, why would his tools look so different. (This is the same dilemma I have in evaluating Tanner Rahier, who performed so differently from his scouting report.)

Steve4192
01-20-2013, 03:51 PM
Gelalich should be in the top 15 based on his very fine college season last year. He was a very safe pick by the Reds, which made his poor performance in Billings perplexing. I am attributing this to fatigue and his hand injury because I thought his approach and his swing were very efficient at UCLA. Unless there are physical reason, why would his tools look so different. (This is the same dilemma I have in evaluating Tanner Rahier, who performed so differently from his scouting report.)

I can't recall a single collegiate draftee who fell flat on his face in Billings and ever amounted to anything. Maybe Gelalich will be the first, but until more data comes in, I will remain VERY skeptical. As things stand right now, he looks like an aluminum wonder to me. I hope he proves me wrong.

dougdirt
01-20-2013, 04:22 PM
I can't recall a single collegiate draftee who fell flat on his face in Billings and ever amounted to anything. Maybe Gelalich will be the first, but until more data comes in, I will remain VERY skeptical. As things stand right now, he looks like an aluminum wonder to me. I hope he proves me wrong.

While I am on board for being concerned over the plate discipline (It wasn't atrocious, but it certainly wasn't good), the actual hitting part gets a mulligan from me given that we know for a fact he was playing with an injured hand.