Re: When can we expect to see Yorman Rodriguesz and Juan Duran?
And I know you weren't saying they were definitely going to be as good as those guys, you were just giving examples. But, IMO, instead of saying "Yorman compares a lot to Beltran except with more power" you might want to temper that with "He projects to have similar skills if everything goes right, but obviously that's a best-case scenario and he has a long way to go." Because a Beltran with more power would be the best player in baseball, or at least on the very short list of the game's best. He already has plenty of power and hits well overall (and plays good D).