RHP James Allen
C Tucker Barnhart
RHP Alejandro Chacin
RHP Drew Cisco
RHP Tim Crabbe
UT Brodie Greene
OF Ryan LaMarre
RHP Kyle Lotzkar
1B Donald Lutz
OF Denis Phipps
RHP Dan Renken
3B Gabriel Rosa
RHP J.C. Sulbaran
3B David Vidal
2B Ryan Wright
other (please list below)
Incidentally, c'golf . . . Since Chacin has no votes, I suppose there's a chance that you would drop him from the list for a while. FWIW, he's second-next on my chart, behind Lutz. Third is Drew Hayes, who seems about ready to go on the board.
Thanks for taking charge of this.
I guess I will join the loud minority of picking Crabbe here. I like Barnhart a whole lot and was back and forth between him and Crabbe, but ended up going with Crabbe due to two major league ready pitches and superior K rates throughout three leagues. Crabbe will be one I will be watching closely this summer.
Then how about a pitcher who has the following peripherals through two seasons?
And his given up one longball in 78.1 IP.
Heads of state that ride and wrangle. That look at your face from more than one angle. Can cut you from their bloated budgets. Like sharpened knives through Chicken McNuggets.
He doesn't sound pretty good-- he sounds phenomenal.
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I found him. Stuff doesn't do enough for me here. He was outside of my Top 40.
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I'd actually forgotten about him. Thanks, man (no?).