Re: Who is Redszone's #21 prospect?
Very close for me here: 4 or 5 guys I could make the argument for. But I think Villareal deserves a vote. I'd like to see more K's out of him, but otherwise the peripherals look good: 41 to 8 K's to BB at Bakersfield, 68 to 20 at Carolina. (109/28 for the whole season) 1.22 WHIP in 91.2 at Carolina. Also finished the season strong: 6 starts in August, 36.2 / 27 Hits / 3 Hrs / 4W /23 K /.199 BA against. ERA 3.44 in those starts, even got his GO/AO over 1 at 1.15. I'm hoping this carries over for him.