Re: Who is Redszone's #13 prospect?
Fielding percentage hardly guages defensive value.
While Dorn plays everything that he gets to fairly well, his speed prevents him from getting to too many balls. He wouldn't be a bad play in our small park but at a spacious field he would be below average. I would like to see him get more reps at 1B as he is destined to be a platoon player and being able to backup at 1B would enhance his value greatly. While I think he can be a productive player, I can hardly agree that he is an average major league left fielder when he moves like Sean Casey.
Strikeouts are boring - besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls. More democratic. ~Bull Durham
MLB Mock Draft
2. Dustin Ackley 27. Tyler Skaggs 33. Kyle Heckathorn 51. Nick Franklin 82. Billy Bullock