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    Project Prospect has Chris Heisey as MILB's #9 COFer

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    1 Jason Heyward 	Outstanding contact hitter w/ good power and patience; health a concern? 	  	ATL 
    2 Mike Stanton 	  	Perhaps the best power prospect in the minors; contact rate is below-ave. 	  	FLA 
    3 Michael Taylor 	Athletic giant who manages the zone well and has 25+ home run potential 	  	PHI 	 
    4 Jaff Decker 	  	Has good power and is extremely patient; only an average contact hitter 	  	SD 
    5 Domonic Brown 	Impressive fast-twitch athlete w/ pop; not as coordinated as you'd think 	  	PHI 	
    6 Thomas Neal 	  	Masher showed promising approach in Cal League; BABIP will fall in AA 	  	  	SF 	
    7 Jose Tabata 	  	Elite contact hitter has been brought along quickly; impatient/lacks power 	  	PIT 	 
    8 Nick Weglarz 	  	Played w/ a broken leg for part of '09; potential stud at the plate; not on D 	  	CLE 	
    9 Chris Heisey 	  	Has a big-league body; born to hit line drives; should provide solid D value 	  	CIN 
    10 Michael Saunders 	Was AAA success breakout or product of PCL? Struggled over 129 MLB PA 	  	        SEA
    11 Josh Reddick 	Missed a chunk of '09 w/ strained oblique; standout power; decent contact 	  	BOS
    12 Caleb Gindl 	  	Patient hitter is more athletic than he looks; could be in line for a breakout 	  	MIL
    13 Kellen Kulbacki 	Derailed by injuries in '09 but his bat has too much potential to overlook 	  	SD 
    14 Grant Desme 	  	Awesome speed/power talent; poor contact -- looks lost at plate sometimes 	        OAK 
    15 Sawyer Carroll 	Upside among lowest here; likely MLBer jumped from A to A+ to AA in '09 	  	SD

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    Re: Project Prospect has Chris Heisey as MILB's #9 COFer

    If the guy can cut it as a CFer I see him having a pretty darn good career.

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    Re: Project Prospect has Chris Heisey as MILB's #9 COFer

    Familiar name at #2. Isn't he a little old to be pulling a Rick Ankiel change of position???

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    Re: Project Prospect has Chris Heisey as MILB's #9 COFer

    Good to hear he has a "big-league body." I was concerned.
    "Iíll kind of have a foot on the back of my own butt. Thatís just how I do things.Ē -- Bryan Price, 10/22/2013

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    Re: Project Prospect has Chris Heisey as MILB's #9 COFer

    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Ray View Post
    Familiar name at #2. Isn't he a little old to be pulling a Rick Ankiel change of position???
    Maybe he has a young body.
    Games are won on run differential -- scoring more than your opponent. Runs are runs, scored or prevented they all count the same. Worry about scoring more and allowing fewer, not which positions contribute to which side of the equation or how "consistent" you are at your current level of performance.


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