Re: Who is Redszone's #16 prospect for 2013?
If you're looking at Vidal, shouldn't you first look to a guy who didn't struggle in AA?
Bryson Smith played all three OF spots and by all reports is a guy who could do pretty well as a CFer at the major league level. This season, he went .310/ .358/ .429/ .787 overll and .307/ .333/ .425/ .758 in Pennsacola.
Smith has hit well since being drafted. In four stops along the Red pipeline, his overall numbers-- .322/ .383/ .466/ .849-- scream for more recognition. He's serverly underrated, IMO, among Red fans and completely ignored by experts, but I get a Chris Denorfia/ Brady Clark vibe from him. And that has some serious value this late in prospect rankings.
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