Re: Dayton Dragons: Breaking Down the First Basemen for 2010
If you want to make the argument that Danny Dorn isn't a legit prospect, I won't disagree with you, but his numbers suggest he has potential. I think Byron Wiley will ultimately spend some time at 1B, too. And after the 2008 season, it looked like Logan Parker might become a prospect worth talking about, but there were some injuries in 2009 that affected his performance. And as of now, it looks like 1B might be Neftali Soto's best position even though he has never played there.
Having said that, I still agree with you. The depth in the organization at 1B is pretty weak.