Originally Posted by mace
I suspect that Guillon's performance last night got you thinking about this. At least, it did me. He's giving off great vibes, but I'm not quite ready to place him in that top tier. If he's still doing it in Dayton, OK.
I'm also not sold on Villarreal. It's probably because he was extremely hittable the one time I saw him pitch; his stuff was lackluster. It might be a case of rushing to judgment, but if I could complete a trade by giving up one of Villarreal, Rogers, Redmond or Cisco, I'd part with Villarreal. If the choices were Villarreal, James Allen, Wirfin Obispo, Tim Crabbe, Jacob Johnson, Sal Romano and Amir Garrett, I'd certainly consider Villarreal.
Yeah, I'm not big on Villareal either. Someone on here, not sure who, always seems to be talking him up. But everytime I look in a box score, it seems like he's getting lit up.
I'm not that big on Lotzkar either. Always hear how he has a lightening arm. But seems like the stats NEVER match up to all the hype.
I'm thinking Cingrani and Corcino are the next 2 to get a chance up top in the next year or two.
It will probably be Stephenson a few years after that. Then Travieso.
But maybe someone else will surprise.