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    Anthony Seratelli

    Anthony Seratelli
    Let him battle for short stop.
    http://www.baseball-reference.com/mi...d=serate001ant
    He has played many positions and fielded very well. He has speed and power and flexibility at many positions. It can not hurt to have him on the team he very well be an everyday shortstop.

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    Anthony Seratelli we have him in AAA he played well and got noticed by the team scouts they like his flexibility he is like a modern day Al Weiss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maskedmetfan View Post
    Anthony Seratelli we have him in AAA he played well and got noticed by the team scouts they like his flexibility he is like a modern day Al Weiss.
    I just took a look at Seratelli's minor league stats. Although he is a decent hitter, with some pop and some stolen base speed, 2nd base and the OF seems to be his best spots. His stats as a shortstop are not good at all. He might make the team as a utility guy but I don't think we would like to see him playing too much shortstop.

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    Considering that we currently have a zero tool SS, he's worth a look.

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    Yea it looks like SS is one of his lesser-played position. He's definitely worth a look, but I guess at this point offense might be a little more important than defense from our SS.

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    Not the answer

    Quote Originally Posted by maskedmetfan View Post
    Anthony Seratelli
    Let him battle for short stop.
    http://www.baseball-reference.com/mi...d=serate001ant
    He has played many positions and fielded very well. He has speed and power and flexibility at many positions. It can not hurt to have him on the team he very well be an everyday shortstop.
    This guy is 30 years' old and has never played in the majors. He also didn't hit .300 in the PCL, which is widely regarded as a hitters' league. There's a reason he's never been in the majors: he isn't that good. Definitely not the answer, at short or on the bench.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fan since '62 View Post
    This guy is 30 years' old and has never played in the majors. He also didn't hit .300 in the PCL, which is widely regarded as a hitters' league. There's a reason he's never been in the majors: he isn't that good. Definitely not the answer, at short or on the bench.
    For the record, Omaha is a former American Association team and in the same division as Memphis (Tn), Nashville (Tn), and Iowa. The American Association was a pretty fair league. It was folded into the PCL in 1997.

    Omaha plays the vast majority of its games within its division and against the Southern division. Of all of these teams I think only Albuquerque inflates stats. Batting .270-.300 for Omaha would probably be akin to batting .300 to .330 for Vegas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maskedmetfan:27869674
    Anthony Seratelli we have him in AAA he played well and got noticed by the team scouts they like his flexibility he is like a modern day Al Weiss.
    This isnt a good thing unless we make the world series. Then it would be great to have a shortstop who could bat .455
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