Originally Posted by Kc61
Your method only works with realistic numbers. I don't find these examples to be realistic. Francisco dominated AA, AAA, and did well at Cincy. His likelihood is the same as a 16 year old OPS'ing in the .600s at Rookie ball? I don't find JF's consistent home run, RBI, slugging percentage and extra base hits to be superficial.
Francisco posted an OPS of .712 in the GCL as a 19-year old. Yorman Rodriguez posted an OPS just 43 points lower in that same league at age 16. Yorman had a nice season considering his age, IMO. I can understand why people are voting for him to be in the top three. I'll probably vote for him at #4/5.