Re: Who is Redszone's #39 prospect?
Since I don't have any access to the tools these particular prospects possess, I am going strictly on numbers. The Pioneer League's cumulative ERA was a shade over 5. Radhames Quezada, who wasn't overly old for the league, had an ERA of about 1.25 runs less than that. He also had a K/9 of 10, a BB/9 of just 2.2 and a K/BB of 4.58. Those seem like solid peripherals to me. And I like the name. =)
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