No, of course not. But it does tell us that he gets a whole lot out of a little. As he gets bigger, his power is only going to increase.His performance has nothing at all to do with how much size he is going to gain does it?
Of course. But you've been a real voice of caution. Nothing wrong with that. In the end, you may turn out to be right about him. Personally, I think the evidence was there straight out of the VSL that this is a kid with some truly elite hitting skills. Combine that with what we've heard about his defense, and you've got a high-grade middle infield prospect.And I can promise you, I have been paying plenty of attention to Torreyes.
"Baseball is a very, very complex business. It's more of a people business than most businesses." - Bob Castellini
He has wide enough shoulders and a lack of glute muscles that make me think he could put on 15-20 lbs without a ton of trouble
He just looks like he has yet to mature, we should probably wait until he hits 21-22 before we worry much about him not being able to put on weight
"When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail"
Right now Dayton has a great 1-2 with Hamilton then Torreyes, all Hamilton has to do is get on and it's a great hit and run situation. If Hamilton keeps developing and so does Torreyes those two are going to tear up the minors over the next couple of years as 1-2 hitters.