Re: Who is Redszone's #36 prospect?
The thing that first impressed me was his 2008 season in Dayton, when, after being moved from the bullpen to the rotation, he really carried the team into the playoffs. He was extremely clutch in the big games down the stretch, and I believe in the playoffs as well. I was surprised that they returned him to the bullpen, but he's done well . . . Anyway, I voted for him here. Next is Hotchkiss.