Re: Who is Redszone's #20 prospect?
Vidal's certainly worth considering here, but I voted Barnhart. Considering how the rest of that Dayton team did batting-wise (after Torreyes, Vidal, and Lutz), I think people are selling a little bit low on his bat. His defense profiles as good as anybody's... I'd say he's got a pretty high floor (poor offense, good defense MLB backup), which is valuable enough for me to put him above a guy like Vidal, A realistic expectation seems like a younger Hanigan with better defense but lower average, and we all know how valuable that is.