Re: Who is Redszone's #1 prospect?
Yorman for me. Advanced skills defensively, especially for his age, plays the premier OF position, has room to grow and could see time in Dayton next year. Personally, I'd consider starting him at Dayton, despite the .600 OPS he put up at Billings. I'd consider it, though I'm not sure I would actually do it. You don't want him developing bad habits like overswinging and losing patience. He may have the highest ceiling in the org. as an overall player.
“I’ll just take my walk,” he said, to laughter. One reporter followed up that Hamilton might be able to score from first on a single. “If he does, that’s great. Isn’t that crazy? Think about that: I hit a single and got an RBI. Like I said, crude stat, right?”