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  1. Power often develops into the mid 20s though,...

    Power often develops into the mid 20s though, especially for a guy like this who is around 6' 3", 190. He's not a top guy right now, but could be inside our top 30. He was a top college hitter, the...
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    Sticky: Yeah, I think #3 SP is a conservative projection....

    Yeah, I think #3 SP is a conservative projection. A #2 SP is definitely possible. Especially if he ens up with a grade 60 change, his upside is comparable to DeGrom, not Niese. That's basically a...
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    Sticky: Yeah, I was thinking more a #3 SP, but I thought...

    Yeah, I was thinking more a #3 SP, but I thought his command was a little better than that. I agree with everything Law said about his stuff, though. He's right on the fastball life and velocity,...
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    Sticky: His walk rate which you quoted was also in 71 PA....

    His walk rate which you quoted was also in 71 PA. If you want a more convincing sample:

    vs RHP
    year PA OPS
    2011 035 .820
    2012 212 .875
    2013 367 .794
    2014 330 .930

    vs LHP
  5. Agree 100%. I was commenting on this today on...

    Agree 100%. I was commenting on this today on another site, to the extent that Mazzilli to me looks like a legit prospect, and Jeff McNeil doesn't. I don't care that McNeil is 19 months younger,...
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    Of course he'll be competent against LHP, but...

    Of course he'll be competent against LHP, but that does very little for his value, or for the team, compared to actually getting Campbell established as a big leaguer. Some comparisons between the...
  7. Baez.

    Baez.
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    Sticky: Not really, we have other options, and starting...

    Not really, we have other options, and starting Gee will be as likely to hurt his value as help it.
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    Yup. Really hard to understand why the Mets have...

    Yup. Really hard to understand why the Mets have two of their best SP currently pitching in Vegas. I understand why they weren't here opening day of course, but with 20 and 30 AAA starts respectively...
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    Yeah, they are pretty much both the same player. ...

    Yeah, they are pretty much both the same player.

    But Kirk has already had the PA to become about what he's going to be. And getting more PA this season is unlikely to boost his trade value any....
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    Maybe not, but 37 doubles, 6 triples, and 18...

    Maybe not, but 37 doubles, 6 triples, and 18 homers would be consistent with his minor league career.
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    Is this snark? He has a .618 OPS vs. LHP, .487...

    Is this snark?

    He has a .618 OPS vs. LHP, .487 this year. Campbell is clearly the better choice vs LHP.
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    Adam Rubin also had this...

    Adam Rubin also had this a couple of weeks ago:



    I think his arm may be a bit less than Tejada, but overall I think he should be as good defensively. I don't think the bat will hold up *that*...
  15. I don't think he's even below average. I think...

    I don't think he's even below average. I think he's average. And I agree he should be optioned down. He's simply the odd man out, right now, and his ERA is over 6.0 for the last month. He's not...
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    That pretty much makes it a pointless excercise...

    That pretty much makes it a pointless excercise in my opinion. I'd only be interested in a comparision of guys actually signed.
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    Sticky: That's a reasonable argument I guess, but I think...

    That's a reasonable argument I guess, but I think it's relying way too much on numbers in the low minors. Those 19 HR were in 759 PA, so one every 40 PA. But keep in mind 7 of those were in the GCL...
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    Sticky: Nimmo can stay in CF, and Herrera has only a...

    Nimmo can stay in CF, and Herrera has only a fraction of his power potential. Nimmo should give you at least twice as many HR. Where are you getting power projection for Herrera?
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    Sticky: Biggest oversight there is Matz. Matz's fastball...

    Biggest oversight there is Matz. Matz's fastball is better than they are grading it. They're giving it the same grade as Ynoa or Leathersich. It's a full grade better.
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    Sticky: His ceiling isn't near as good as Nimmo's. I...

    His ceiling isn't near as good as Nimmo's.

    I wouldn't have Herrera a top 100 guy, but I'm surprised they left him off the top 10 2B. He's better than what they have in the 7-10 range, at least.
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    Sticky: link...

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  22. I bet they send Conforto to the AFL this...

    I bet they send Conforto to the AFL this offseason.
  23. And our bullpen would be thinner than anyone...

    And our bullpen would be thinner than anyone else's because it would be a man short. Which means you wouldn't be saving wear and tear on those arms, becuase they'd have to be pitching deep into...
  24. Doesn't make sense to me in the NL where you...

    Doesn't make sense to me in the NL where you should be pinch hitting for pitchers. I would go in the other direction, with a 4-man rotation.
  25. Yeah, some risk of course in a $20M/yr deal as a...

    Yeah, some risk of course in a $20M/yr deal as a guy heads into his mid 30s, but he's 2 years younger than Wright, and signed through the same year. And one of the best players in baseball right now....
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