We've seen how the PCL affects offensive stats. Was just wondering if there is a difference in % of positional player prospects in the PCL who bust in comparison to their more neutral league (IL) counterparts?
I know publications and scouts rank positional player prospects (and all prospects) on tools but there are obvious benefits to offensive production playing in the PCL and I was wondering how much that could skew perspective?
Conversely, how much does it benefit a pitcher if he finds a way to dominate the PCL, given it's offensive friendly nature, as well? Like I said I get that it's mostly tool, mechanics, etc based but it seems almost unfair to compare leagues, even if PCL stats were down last year.
The Mets AAA team have this problem playing their games in Vegas which is notoriously hitter friendly.