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    Yeah avoid them in the first round. I prefer college catchers tbh

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    HS catchers have an extremely high fail rate.
    Yes they do, but that is why I like Martinez so much because he is pretty polished on both sides of the spectrum. He is likely to stay at catcher unlike many guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gideon View Post
    Justin Williams recent scouting report. Corner outfielder with big time power potential.

    http://www.bbprospectreport.com/2012...williams-video
    Thats a really interesting site, some good stuff on there

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    I still want Justin Williams over everyone projected to be available with the 11th pick as of now.

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    Justin Williams in the 1st round, Jeremy Martinez in the second round. That would be ideal

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    That would be ideal, but I don't think Martinez makes it to the supplemental round. However, a lot can happen between now and the draft so you never know.

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    2013 MLB Draft Profile: Aaron Judge
    Player: Aaron Judge
    Position: OF
    School: Fresno State
    Date of Birth: 4/26/1992
    Height/Weight: 6’7/230
    Bats/Throws: R/R
    2013 Class: College Junior
    Previously Drafted: 2010, 31st Rd, A’s

    Scouting Report:

    Aaron Judge boosted his draft stock over the summer and is now a likely first rounder. With his power, Judge is a high ceiling prospect, but there are questions over how much he will hit at the next level.

    Strong, muscular build
    Tools are solid across the board
    Big raw power is his biggest asset
    Swing is a bit long
    Pitch recognition is widely questioned
    Patient approach
    Profiles to right field defensively
    Above average, accurate arm
    Above average speed at present

    Awards/Achievements:

    2012 Named the #3 Prospect in the CCBL by Perfect Game
    2012 Named the #6 Prospect in the CCBL by Baseball America
    2012 College World Series Home Run Derby Champion
    2012 WAC All-Tournament Team
    2012 1st Team All-WAC
    2011 Named the #1 Prospect in the Alaska League by Perfect Game
    2011 Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American
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    YR	     LG	     AB	H	2B	3B	HR	BB	SO	SB	CS	BA	OBP	SLG
     2011	 NCAA	 187	 67	 12	 1	 2	 25	 42	 11	 1	 .358	 .437	 .465
     2012	 NCAA	 201	 62	 14	 2	 4	 48	 42	 13	 2	 .308	 .453	 .458
     2011	 Alaska Lg	 100	 29	 8	 2	 0	 21	 19	 7	 0	 .290	 .434	 .410
     2012	 CCBL	 100	 27	 3	 0	 5	 14	 33	 6	 2	 .270	 .365	 .450
    Last edited by Claymation; 10-25-2012 at 10:22 AM.


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    No thanks. Too raw for a college player imo, he's going to K a ton at the next level.

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    And yet you were in love with Joey Gallo.

    Aaron Judge an intriguing prospect that I will keep my eye on.


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    Mets Picking 11th in the 2013 Draft

    If Judge starts hitting for power his stock will sly rocket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    And yet you were in love with Joey Gallo.

    Aaron Judge an intriguing prospect that I will keep my eye on.
    Lol absolutely not. Before the draft I didn't want Gallo, but i preferred him to Plawecki there. Plus Gallo was a HS hitter so it is understandable to be raw. Raw college players have less time for development.

    If Judge is available in the second round, I wouldn't mind, but things can change in a year.
    Last edited by YoungStuna; 10-25-2012 at 11:10 AM.

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    I find it amazing a guy who is 6'7 230 can't hit more home runs in game action.

    It's great he can kill it in a HRD but i would like to see more of that power translate to the field.

    I know power needs time developing but i rather take a safer pick in Justin Williams if he is still there.

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    Gallo struck out 26 times in Short season A ball, in 56 at bats.
    That's a huge red flag.


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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    I find it amazing a guy who is 6'7 230 can't hit more home runs in game action.

    It's great he can kill it in a HRD but i would like to see more of that power translate to the field.

    I know power needs time developing but i rather take a safer pick in Justin Williams if he is still there.
    He hit 5 HRs in the Cape Cod league this past summer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    He hit 5 HRs in the Cape Cod league this past summer.
    True, like i was saying about developing.

    I was looking at his NCAA stats and his stats in Alaska.

    Maybe he is turning over that leaf now.
    Last edited by metswon69; 10-25-2012 at 11:28 AM.

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