Re: Who is RedsZone's #41 prospect?
Bankston looks to me like he's being overlooked. For comparison, 24 year old seasons: Parker, .281/.353/.494/.847 A and high A ball; Bankston .280/.328/.496/.824--AAA, two levels higher. Short stint at high A ball three years ago, at 21: .387/.513/.629/1.142. This is not meant as a knock on Parker, just a way of saying I think Bankston belongs. Just trying, too, to keep the conversation going here through a few more numbers.