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  • Yonder Alonso

    102 69.86%
  • Zack Cozart

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  • Juan Francisco

    18 12.33%
  • Todd Frazier

    3 2.05%
  • Chris Heisey

    4 2.74%
  • Mike Leake

    9 6.16%
  • Yorman Rodriguez

    8 5.48%
  • Travis Wood

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Thread: Who is Redszone's #1 prospect?

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    Re: Who is Redszone's #1 prospect?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario-Rijo View Post

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    Extended Statistics 
    Year Age       Tm      PA AB  ISOP BB
    %    K%  BABIP GBLD%  wOBA 
    2006 19  Rk GCL Reds  190 182 .127 3.2
    %  18.4.333 4814%  .306 
    2007 20   A Dayton    562 534 .195 4.1
    %  28.6.336 5113%  .319 
    2008 21  A
    Sarasota  541 516 .219 3.5%  22.7.324 4421%  .331 
    2009 22  AA Carolina  464 437 .220 4.3
    %  19.6.312 4422%  .342 
    2009 22 AAA Louisville 99 92  .239 4.0
    %  24.2.444 4817%  .406 
    2009 22 MLB Cincinnati 25 21  .190 12.0
    28.0.615 6414%  .496 
    Those numbers don't indicate any real significant advancements too me. He tends to fluctuate between 3-4.5% BB rate and a 18-30% K rate. I say fluctuate because it's no gradual progression at least not forward.
    Your numbers don't indicate progress because of your selection your stats and analysis. For example, look at JF's slugging percentage for the last few years, consider his age, and you'll see a very considerable talent and very considerable production.

    Your conclusion on K rate doesn't tell the story -- JF's K rate has improved dramatically. It was down from 28.6 percent at Dayton to 19.6 percent at AA this year. The rates then became higher in short stints at AAA and Cinci at year end because it took him awhile (a short while) to adjust to each new level.

    And on top of everything, once again, there is this static view of this player who has achieved remarkably for a 22 year old. And, unlike WMP, he is a left handed hitter giving him an advantage in most at bats against righty pitching.
    Last edited by Kc61; 10-16-2009 at 09:04 PM.


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