Re: A ball/Rookie Top 20
Ramos: Yeah, he's definitely one of those guys who could go anywhere from about 15 to 35. Had a fabulous year. I guess I dropped him because he flagged a bit in the playoffs, and Cantilizo seemed to overtake him. Plus, Cantalizo's younger.
Sanchez: He was really the only offensive threat for a team that went to the league finals. He led the DSL in hits and was top-five in most of the major categories. Had a tremendous year.
Lotzkar: No, I didn't include him in the mix. I mean, yeah, he's pitching in Billings, but I don't consider him a rookie-leaguer, because of his previous experience in Dayton. Had he been considered, I'd have ranked him very high. Love that guy.
FWIW, my next-man-in was Kurtis Muller.
Looking forward to yours, c'golf.