Re: Who is Redszone's #15 prospect?
I think LeMarre is due for more respect. He made significant progress this year in getting on base, stealing bases and playing a good CF. He worked on the things the team asked him to do. As for his hitting, he has excellent bat speed which should benefit him as he moves up. I think his offensive potential is still present.
Henry Rodriguez has a ton of hitting talent, but he is awful in the field. He has no arm, no range, no hands and he is casual in his attitude anyway. He played his way off 2B this year, so pretty soon his 2B,SS,3B days are through.