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Odorizzi would be called up sometime this season.
Starling is a top 50 prospect who plays in the outfield, he is a few years away.
Ventura could be called up in 2014.
A scouting report about VenturaAfter stumbling out of the gate and allowing twelve earned runs through his first 15 innings pitched, Ventura kicked his motor in to high gear. Harnessing his power arm, the right-hander’s fastball consistently lit up 97′s and 98′s on radar guns, and even touched 100 MPH on multiple occasions. More importantly, he convinced scouts that he was more than just a thrower, showing improved control and unveiling two promising offspeed pitches by the end of the summer.
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Another thing, Sandy says "what outfield?" and yet does nothing to fix it. What a joke.
Originally Posted by NYG+Braves
There's a difference between low-level and low-end prospects. Bubba Starling is low-level but he might have a higher upside than Myers. I doubt KC gives up Myers anyway.
Starling and Ventura/Odorizza would be great.
Any two of those guys would be good. I would bet though the Royals would have in mind something like Yordano Ventura + Lorenzo Cain.
I would take Lorenzo Cain and Jake Odorizzi for Dickey.
even with a two yr extension for Dickey, we aren't winning a WS within 2 yrs so get what we can.... and Cain has a good shot at being pretty damn solid for yrs to come.
Personally, I think we matchup better with the Angels and A's than the Royals though. None of the three are gonna trade their top 2 prospects, but the Angels and A's have better players that fit our needs not as high