Originally Posted by Edd Roush
I like Constante's upside more than any other pitcher you listed. I am about upside and potential impact on the bigs. Constante and others have that. Wright didn't hit in Dayton and doesn't have a bunch of raw tools either.
Josh Ravin can throw 101 MPH. Constante hasn't thrown a pitch to a professional batter yet. Ravin has dominated AA at times as a starting pitcher. His upside, while he may not be likely to reach it, is more than Constante. Sal Romano is the same age as Constante is, he held his own in the Pioneer League, throws just as hard, is taller and is a groundball machine. His upside is probably just as good, if not better.
I could make an argument to put 15-20 different guys here and be fine with it. Wright is one of those guys.