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  • Sean Buckley

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  • Tim Crabbe

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  • Devin Lohman

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  • Chris Manno

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  • Travis Mattair

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  • Jonathan Moscot

    4 12.90%
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Thread: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

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    Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    1) Billy Hamilton
    2) Robert Stephenson
    3) Tony Cingrani
    4) Daniel Corcino
    5) Jesse Winker
    6) Nick Travieso
    7) Henry Rodriguez
    8) Ismael Guillon
    9) Yorman Rodriguez
    10) Tanner Rahier
    11) Dan Langfield
    12) Neftali Soto
    13) Donald Lutz
    14) Chad Rogers
    15) Tucker Barnhart
    16) David Vidal
    17) Seth Mejias-Brean
    18) Kyle Lotzkar
    19) Jeff Gelalich
    20) Ryan LaMarre
    21) Jonathan Reynoso
    22) Amir Garrett
    23) Kyle Waldrop
    24) Ryan Wright
    25) Drew Cisco
    26) Bryson Smith
    27) Sal Romano
    28) Jacob Constante
    29) Gabriel Rosa
    30) Carlos Contreras
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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Turning my back on Josh Ravin, I am delivering this vote for Juan on a Silva platter.

    Is this his breakout season? He has some tools and posted some nice numbers.
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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Moscot or Diaz. Went with Moscot but just as easily could be Diaz. Two good pitching prospects.

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Keep me rolling on the Moscot train. I love picking high upside pitching prospects at this point of our list.

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Contreras was a decent choice, but as a closer, Hayes is closer.

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Quote Originally Posted by mace View Post
    Contreras was a decent choice, but as a closer, Hayes is closer.
    I'm just glad that those voting for Contreras finally got some closure.
    Last edited by texasdave; 03-07-2013 at 06:04 PM.
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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Pedro Diaz seems a little too hittable to me, considering he is at the lowest of minor league levels. A solid fastball and solid control should lead to better numbers down there, IMO. Does he have any developing off-speed pitches?
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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Quote Originally Posted by Edd Roush View Post
    Keep me rolling on the Moscot train. I love picking high upside pitching prospects at this point of our list.
    He isn't a high upside guy. Not chump meat or anything, but no one envisions him ever being a #2 type of pitcher.

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Lotta room on that Hayes bandwagon. Lotta room.
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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    He isn't a high upside guy. Not chump meat or anything, but no one envisions him ever being a #2 type of pitcher.
    How can a guy who led the Cape Cod league in Ks and sported a 9.36 K/9 in Billings not have ceiling of a #2? Is it because his off-speed stuff does not project well? I know he doesn't have a truly "plus" fastball, but could he be a Cingrani-like pitcher? A guy who was never thought to have too much upside, but kept on producing? Obviously, Cingrani is a much higher regarded prospect because he has done it much more frequently, and better at higher levels and is left-handed, but couldn't Moscot morph into that kind of prospect?

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Quote Originally Posted by Edd Roush View Post
    How can a guy who led the Cape Cod league in Ks and sported a 9.36 K/9 in Billings not have ceiling of a #2? Is it because his off-speed stuff does not project well? I know he doesn't have a truly "plus" fastball, but could he be a Cingrani-like pitcher? A guy who was never thought to have too much upside, but kept on producing? Obviously, Cingrani is a much higher regarded prospect because he has done it much more frequently, and better at higher levels and is left-handed, but couldn't Moscot morph into that kind of prospect?
    How could Mike Leake post Stephen Strasburg like numbers in college? Things happen.

    I mean sure, Moscot could morph into a Cingrani like prospect, but it isn't expected and even still, you are not going to hear many people saying Cingrani is a #2 pitcher in the future. Plenty of people out there still think Cingrani winds up in the bullpen.

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    I'm starting a bandwagon on Devin Lohman. I'm not voting for him yet. But he's one of those prospects whose name gives rise to constant negativity around here.

    I think the guy is going to be a major leaguer. Maybe not a starter. I've read that he plays pretty good shortstop and has some hitting ability.

    Lohman can take a walk has a good OBP most seasons. Has some power too.

    So when we get past the next couple of guys, I'm going to start pushing for a Lohman vote.

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Hi-yo, Silva! Dude came out of nowhere. And to think that ol' texasdave started out as the lone ranger on this one.

    (How pathetic is it that I'm looking up how to spell hi-yo on a beautiful Saturday morning. Started with heigh-ho. On to hi-ho . . .)

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Quote Originally Posted by Edd Roush View Post
    How can a guy who led the Cape Cod league in Ks and sported a 9.36 K/9 in Billings not have ceiling of a #2? Is it because his off-speed stuff does not project well? I know he doesn't have a truly "plus" fastball, but could he be a Cingrani-like pitcher? A guy who was never thought to have too much upside, but kept on producing? Obviously, Cingrani is a much higher regarded prospect because he has done it much more frequently, and better at higher levels and is left-handed, but couldn't Moscot morph into that kind of prospect?
    Heck, if it's numbers you want, vote Manno.

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #31 prospect for 2013?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve4192 View Post
    Heck, if it's numbers you want, vote Manno.
    I place a much higher premium on starting pitching prospects over reliever prospects. Furthermore, Moscot has a much better pitcher's frame and looks like he would have more overall upside. I like Moscot as a prospect because not only does he have good statistics (albeit in a small sample size), but he has the pitcher's frame, a fourth round pedigree and decent stuff.

    I like having Manno around, but I don't think he has the same potential impact in the bigs that Moscot has.


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