did the league/park that webster pitched in have inflated numbers like this?
Atlantic City Redraft Champions
GCL team won the division today, Kukuk has looked dominant in limited action.
Going to a Sea Dogs game right now. Excited to see Bogaerts.
Last edited by Green_Monster; 08-28-2012 at 01:46 PM.
Webster to Portland. That's turned into a beastly team
(Im assuming Barnes will go to AA and Wesbter to AAA next season)?
Jackie Bradley Junior.... that is all
It's amazing how far our farm has come when it comes to pitching...
Rubby De La Rosa
Alot of depth, if 2-3 out of that group pan out we'll be golden.
i love the high praises for Allen Webster! hopefully he is the real deal!
FIGHT OWENS FIGHTPOWER. BOMB. EVERYBODY.
So is Barnes a legit number one? Who is his major league comp?
Hmmm then were still gonna need a stopper
Anderson and Goldstein weigh in on the trade and Webster.“It's all there,” said a National League scout who was taken off his coverage to see the team. “When everything is going, he has three average-to-plus pitches and knows what to do with them.” The scout noted that Webster's game has matured, as well. “He knows he has a really good—and potentially special—changeup, but he's not over-relying on it anymore,” the scout explained. “It's like he finally figured out that setting that pitch up with 92-94 mph heat is the best way to go about it, and his curveball has improved as well. He used to get over the ball and it wouldn't finish, but now it's breaking through the zone much better.”
The Dodgers were reluctant to include Webster in their various other trades this deadline, so for them to part with him now tells you how eager they were to get the deal done.
With his stunningly good second half, Webster had eclipsed Zach Lee as the top pitching prospect in the Dodgers’ system, with some scouts upping his ceiling from a potential three to a potential two. With his velocity and high-quality secondary offering, it's an understandable projection now that he seems to have harnessed his stuff.
Bogaerts went 1-4 in Portlands 5-1 loss to the Binghamton Mets.
Brentz went either 1/2-4.