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MLB Mock Draft 2018 – 1st Round (4/26/2018)

MLB Mock Draft 2018 – 1st Round:  

Let’s decode the 1st round as of 4/26/2018


 

Pick 1: Detroit Tigers

 

Liberatore or Mize? Bearing medical issues Mize is a Tiger for life!

Updated  4/27/18 With longevity in mind, Mize gave me pause at #1 overall last night. Concerned he will not be able to enhance or maintain value. Don’t see FB playing up.  Hitters eyesight never challenged ( hitters need to focus on just one quadrant of the zone, DOWN) Delivery /durability risk is real.

 

Tigers Prediction: Mize 

 


 

Pick 2: San Francisco Giants

 

Time to rebuild the team by the bay……

 

Let’s explore some tendencies here:

1) The Giants trust their Cape Cod reports. Bohm?

2) They have faith in Dick Tidrow to find pitchers. Stewart?

3) John Barr loves to build up the middle and draft catchers. Bart?

4) In the past when the Giants pick in the Top 5 they’ve pounced at college players with leadership qualities (Will Clark, Matt Williams, Buster Posey)

 

I expect Bart here. The skill position up the middle is hard to find and good catching helps develop pitching. Bart calls his own game, causes damage when makes contact and the leadership intangibles are separators. Posey will extend his career by shifting to 1B and will serve as a mentor to Bart.

 

Giants Prediction: Bart

 


 

Pick 3: Philadelphia Phillies

 

Philly is win now mode and will do cartwheels if Mize falls here, but he gone.

 

This selection could very well be made with a pennant chasing trade in mind. Who offers the most value in a trade here for Machado? or Archer? Hmmm

 

Philly is on the clock now and will be bustling with activity these last few weeks……. Almaraz likes position players with strong baseball skills over raw (Madrigal, Bohm, Larnach ) and pitchers with command and the ability to manipulating the ball. (Stewart or Liberatore). It’s worth noting the Phillies place a premium on flat chest, loose limb, projectable athletic bodies who hit left handed and play up the middle. Turang?

 

A Pat Gillick sighting or an Aaron Nola extension may tip the Phillies hand here…

 

Phillies Prediction: Stewart or Liberatore

 


 

Pick 4 Chicago White Sox

 

The systems is loaded with volatile bats and arms and historically the higher the White Sox select, the less risk they take.  They’ll select the most stable, ready player to complement a volatile system…

 

White Sox Prediction: Bohm

 


 

Pick 5 Cincinnati Reds

 

Buckley has a knack for selecting Major Leaguers in the 1st round …..will he be dreaming here of a dynamic duo of Hunter Greene and Matthew Liberatore? or will the Big Red Machine seek a power bat LarnachGorman or Kelenic?

 

Reds Prediction: Liberatore or Stewart

 


 

Pick 6: New York Mets

 

In this scenario Bohm and Liberatore are gone and Turang and Swaggerty are in the mix….but there’s comfort in the “Conference of Champions”  Madrigal or Larnach. 

 

Mets Prediction: Larnach 

 


 

Pick 7 San Diego Padres

 

The Fathers are in a good spot and could go in many different directions here. They’ll be chasing pennants and champagne showers in the 2020’s so they’ll need a big durable workhorse to close out games throughout the decade.

 

Padres Prediction: Rocker

Update 5/15: Rocker, Winn, Stewart, Liberatore

 


 

Pick 8 Atlanta Braves

 

Habitual hunters for ceiling, late bloomers and cold weather players. The Braves are hoarding arms….

Vasil & Denaburg are out injured. Grayson, Winn and Connor Scott are in. Scott could be a Jayson Heyward type, Winn and Singer could get there fast. Grayson could be a future workhorse. Rocker could be available.

 

Braves Prediction: Grayson Rodriguez or Winn

Update 5/15: Larnach in the picture

 


 

Pick 9 Oakland A’s

 

Size doesn’t matter here – last year they went for ceiling, this year they’ll play it  safe. Beck, Nick Allen and Madrigal will be up the middle. Turang will be enticing. If they are feeling frisky maybe Shane McClanahan.

 

A’s Prediction: Madrigal or Turang

Update 5/15: Turang is in the conversation, Scott Hatteberg dropped in, so did an Asst. GM

 


 

Pick 10 Pittsburgh Pirates

 

Bucs love projectable bodies, left-handed hitters and pitchers who spin it: Winn may remind them of a young Gerrit Cole.

Bats in play: Turang, Larnach, Connor Scott, Gorman, Kelenic,

 

Pirates Prediction: Winn

 


 

Pick 11 Baltimore Orioles

 

The Birds haven’t done well with showcase darlings in the past and they don’t do business internationally …which means they are opposed spending large sums on teenagers with limited track records….look for a college player here, preferably a college arm who is athletic with a plus arm.Who is the most athletic from this trio? Singer, McClanahan, Kowar, Rolison….. Madrigal could be in play if available.

 

Orioles Prediction: McClanahan or Rolison

Update 5/15 – Birds have been in on Winn, don’t see him falling below here. Singer


 

Pick 12 Toronto Blue Jays

 

Guerero, Bichete, Biggio…..does it suggest the Jays place a premium on a player’s bloodlines? Turang could be in play here. Also, it’s particularly striking that not a single high school pitcher has been drafted in the top 10 rounds the last two years. College player or prep athlete here who will buy into the club’s high performance program.

 

Blue Jays Prediction: It’s down to Swaggerty or Turang with Connor Scott & Larnach in the picture if available.

Update 5/15: Larnach or Connor Scott


 

Pick 13 Miami Marlins

 

Ala the Yankess, the Marlins will select a player here with potential greatness rather than to settle. I expect an appetite for a player who has played on the big stage. Either a tall durable pitcher that combines power, size and strength or a prep bat or arm with upside but may have obstacles to overcome. The man inside the uniform will be important, figuring he might be able to work out his problems.

 

Marlins Prediction: Hankins 

Update 5/15: Kelenic


 

Pick 14 Seattle Mariners

 

Easy money for the Mariners 1st-round pick to be on a college player….We know that Dipoto prefers college players with high floors. Rolison, Kowar, Larnach, Swaggerty. Turang would be the exception here if available. 

 

 

Mariners Prediction: Rolison

Update 5/15: The M’s have kept a close on eye on Turang

 


 

Pick 15 Texas Rangers

 

The Rangers love to gift Player Development with upside raw athletes or big arms….

 

Rangers Prediction: Conor Scott or Grayson Rodriguez or Adams???

 


 

Pick 16 Tampa Bay Rays

Tampa’s strength is scouting and developing pitchers….they want Winn but he gone here. Turang goes here if available. Weathers could be an option here….If Denaburg is healthy they take him here otherwise they go with a safe pick and pop him later at #31 or #32.

 

Rays Prediction: Weathers or Rolison if available 

Update 5/15: Another team closely monitoring Turang

 


 

Pick 17 Los Angeles Angels

 

All in on prospects who can control the strike zone…figuring some will hit ceiling. They’d love Turang or Winn to fall here.

Targets here: Swaggerty, Kowar, Weathers, Denaburg

Angels Prediction: Swaggerty

 


 

Pick 18  Kansas City Royals

 

The Royals loaded up on position players and built a World Series Champion….They also love left-handed hitters and have extra picks and $$ to spend.

The Royals Way: a lockdown bullpen, suffocating defense, speed to kill and putting the ball in play. Kelenic, Turang, Scott, Alek Thomas, Swaggerty

 

Royals Prediction: Alek Thomas or Kelenic

Update 5/15: Turang fits the Roayls Way to a tee, plus they $$ to throw at him


 

Pick 19 St. Louis Cardinals

 

Will target lots of college performers in the draft….Targets here will be: Kowar, Gilbert, India with Groshans, Gorman and Weathers if they decide to go on prep side.

 

Cardinals Prediction: GroshansGorman or India

 


 

Pick 20 Minnesota Twins

 

Ditching the pitchability days and targeting hard throwing arms or catcher

 

Twins Prediction: Singer or Kowar

 


 

Pick 21 Milwaukee Brewers

 

The Brew Crew has made it a niche dipping in on players who have regressed….Look for a player with upside who may have slipped or has obstacles to overcome.

 

Brewers Targets: Kowar, SingerGilbert, Gorman, Kelenic

Prediction: Kelenic

 


 

Pick 22 Colorado Rockies

 

 

The Rockies are intent on stacking guys with big fastballs and at least one good secondary offering…

 

Rockies Prediction: Kowar ,Torres Jr. or Wilcox

 


 

Pick 23 New York Yankess

 

New York has a deep farm system and  love California players…but they can get creative here. Chasing a dual-sport athlete here will be enticing.

 

Yankees Prediction: Adams or Torres Jr 

 


 

Pick 24 Chicago Cubs

 

The Cubs have mastered the Free-Agent Sales Pitch…don’t be surprised if that trickles down to the draft and a player who is suppose to go to an elite school ends up a Cub. Like A’s size doesn’t matter here.

 

Cubs Prediction: Griffin Roberts, Gilbert or Kowar

 


 

Pick 25  Arizona Diamondbacks

 

The Snakes have had success with college bats…look for a college bat who controls the zone.

 

Dbacks Prediction: India 

 


 

Pick 26 Boston Red Sox

 

The Red Sox like the A’s & Cubs have no problem with short players ( Pedoria, Betts, Benintendi)  but the focus here will be on high-ceiling players…. high school players (big or small) with big tools who will need development time.

 

Red Sox Prediction: Meadows or Gray Jr. 

 


 

Pick 27 Washington Nationals

 

The Nats usually target players who have slipped. Or slipped due to poor performance, injury or make-up concerns. Also, Scott Boras has a great rapport with the Nats… could be landing spot for Boras client to sign. Who does Boras Corp rep this year?

 

Nationals Prediction: Vasil

 


 

Pick 28 Houston Astros

 

We know the Stros are going to chase projectable pitchers who’s fastball’s play well up in the zone and can spin it but they’ll be thirsty for a catcher….

 

Astros Prediction: Seigler

 


 

Pick 29 Cleveland Indians

 

There’s a focus on tools and upside along with age relative to draft class here….

 

Indians Prediction: Torres Jr. 

 


 

Pick 30 Los Angeles Dodgers

 

El Lay prefers college players early and we know the Dodgers have the Commodores in their playlist…..maybe this year they’ll play a different tune? Maybe it’s a Vandy commit? Edwards?

 

Dodgers Prediction: Groshans

 


 

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Mock Draft (Updated) MLB Draft 2018

Draft Board 2018  Updated (4/6/2018)

1st Round Quick Bites and Mock Draft.

Who will rock the old english “D” on draft day?

MLB Draft 2018 Draft Board

Top Tier  – 1st RD

  1. Ethan Hankins – Electricity for days. Georgia Peach has top-of-the-rotation ceiling. Georgia peaches bloom in Spring and ripe in the fall.
  2. Matthew Liberatore –  The Mountain Ridge backdrop can propel a fledgling romance into full fligth romance. Lefty w/ top-of-the-rotation ceiling.
  3. Casey Mize – Split is spitfire – it’s a weapon -could get outs at the big-league level right now.
  4. Brady Singer – delicate luxury….I’m hopping aboard the health wagon here.
  5. Connor Scott -sun worshiping gold…..farm raised. trust player development -future impact bat

 

Middle Tier  –  1st RD

Safe Picks

  1. Alec Bohm* –  Updated 4/5 earning his status- trending up. (highest floor, steady everyday bat)
  2. Travis Swaggerty trending down, will dial in on swing.
  3. Nick Madrigal – Will be ready to go once he arrives at the doorstep of your complex.
  4. Logan Gilbert – advanced college arm – inning eater
  5. Bart – catcher with power? discount double check
  6. Groshans*-   fancy wrist work = smooth trajectory
  7. Beck – Bending it like Beckkkk is the craze…….SoCal Bird soaring.

 

Volatile Picks

  1. Shane McClanahan –  dirty bull built for late-innings
  2. Kowar – big arm but erratic, arm is late…mild on him at moment
  3. Joe Gray Jr. -it’s a real looker for team on the prowl for ceiling  –Tori Hunter comp
  4. Turang – the bat speaks to me in a faint whisper. Can you teach baseball bloodlines new tricks?
  5. Gorman –  built himself a considerable fan base over the summer pageant circuit. Remember Sean Burroughs?  swing makes me fidgety at the moment.
  6. De Sadas – hyped prospect adorned with jewels- reminds me of a future Wilson Betemit

 

Pitchers (2 or 3 of this group move in top 10 on draft day)

  1. Rocker – for a team queue up for queso…. throws hard and has some breaking-ball feel. Reliever.
  2. Stewart – certain teams will chase spin. The Bucs love projectable ptichers w/ spin. ie. Lodolo
  3. Denaburg – has burst of helium.
  4. Grayson RodriguezUpdated 4/8 making noise and reaping rewards. Is there triple digits days ahead and future ace?
  5. WinnUpdated 4/5  moving up. Ball explodes late in all directions
  6. Vasil – cold-weather background –  crank up the heat so we can feel our faces, porfa!
  7. Cecconi – starter profile. delivery is cripsy n clean
  8. Becker – turkey legs – dreaming on 6’6 frame.

 

Back End Tier -#20-30 – 1st RD

College Pitchers

RHP
  1. Blaine Knight – loose, quick arm. I believe he can throw a behind-the-back pass
  2. CarranzaJeff Samardzija comp, inning eater. Looks like he could pitch all day if need be
  3. Sean Hjelle – worth monitoring
  4. Mercer –  honed his technique while apprenticing at Driveline.

LHP

  1. Rolison – lefty arm
  2. Tim Cate – Spins it. Ted Lilly comp
  3. Konnor Pilkington – throws left handed

Prep Arms

  1. Wilcox – for team on the prowl for ceiling
  2. Weathers – lefty body is pillowy soft

College Bats

  1. Jenista – gives me a mix of conflicting emotions. TBD
  2. Eierman – has Ryan Zimmerman load
  3. McCarthy* – Swing is easy to pick apart – slight adjustment away?
  4. Larnach – big names in attendance recently….I need more sampling
  5. Jonathan India – bolstering my confidence -more pop than Madrigal & Hoerner?
  6. Hoerner * – more pop than Madrigal?
  7. Tristan Pompey – bloodlines
  8. Kyle Isbel – inquiring nerd wants to know if every HR will be in the desert air?

Prep Bats

  1. Kelenic -jumped on some kind of swing trend and got Hercules on us…question looseness in swing.
  2. Banfield* – has juice in bat
  3. Tristan CasasJoey Gallo like swing n miss

 

Mock 1st 10 picks: 3/27/18

  1. Who will rock the old english D on draft day? We know the Tigers love power arms…Singer? too risk. Hankins? no HS RHP has gone 1. So Mize or Liberatore?  Mize has had the best year…… but shell life concerns me. Liberatore buys time, offers job security and would be the face of the franchise in 4 years. Liberatore would be the safe pick.

Tigers Prediction: Liberatore  

 

2. San Fran typically takes arms who would have otherwise been selected much higher,   Hankins or Mize? Front office isn’t in tear down mode….if team is winning into June they’ll take Mize and fast track him…..otherwise they are selling and bracing themselves for a Giant rebuild.  Hankins for the new regime.

Giants Prediction: Hankins

 

3. Philly is suddenly in win now mode. Not looking for a developmental project here.  They had success with an SEC pitcher. 

Phillies Prediction: Mize

 

 

4. This is where it could get weird. Chisox are cheap in free agency….so they’ll be thirsty for a power bat or live arm. Gorman, Singer?  however the systems is loaded with volatile bats and arms. Do they do they negotiate an underslot deal and get the most stable, ready player to complement a volatile system?

White Sox Prediction: Singer or Bohm

 

 

5. The Natti needs a power bat:  Nolan Gorman

 

 

 

 

6. There’s comfort in the “Conference of Champions” but Madrigal is not going this high.  Login Gilbert ( same school as deGrom)  or Travis Swaggerty. If available, Bohm offers the best bat to ball skill and goes here.

Mets Prediction: Bohm

 

 

7. The Fathers are in a good spot…..Farm depth allows for hunting for ceiling here if they want. Imagine a young core of Gore, Tatis and Connor Scott……However what happens at pick #4 & #5 will determine this pick. Maybe Gorman, Singer slip….is there’s comfort in track record? Gorman who has already hit a home run at Petco might be available. Singer might slip….If both are gone the safe pick would be Gilbert. If Swaggerty is Benintendi it’s a no brainier here. Grayson Rodriguez? 

Padres Prediction: Gilbert, Singer or Gorman 

 

 

8. Habitual hunters for ceiling and late bloomers. VasilDenaburg, Grayson Rodriguez  or Connor Scott. Singer if he slips. 

Braves Prediction: Denaburg or Grayson Rodriguez

 

 

 

9. Size doesn’t matter here – last year they went for ceiling, this year they’ll play it  safe. Madrigal, Swaggerty, Gilbert. If they are feeling frisky then Shane McClanahan or Stewart…..

A’s Prediction: Madrigal or Stewart

 

 

 

10. Bucs love projectable bodies, left-handed hitters and pitchers who spin it:

Prep player here. Stewart, Vasil, Denaburg or Turang, Gorman, Desadas, Connor Scott…….

Pirates Prediction: Stewart, Gorman, Turang

 

 

11. The Birds haven’t done well with showcase darlings in the past and they don’t do business internationally …which means they are opposed spending large sums on teenagers with limited track records….look for a college player here, preferably a polished college arm. Gilbert is ideal but if he may be gone. Who has the best track record from this trio? McClanahan or Kowar….. Madrigal could be in play if available.  Rocker if they decide to go on the prep side.

Orioles Prediction:   Gilbert, Kowar or Madrigal

 

 

 

12. Guerero, Bichete, Biggio…..does it suggest the Jays place a premium on a player’s bloodlines? Turang? Also, it’s particularly striking that not a single high school pitcher has been drafted in the top 10 rounds the last two years. College player or prep athlete here. Kowar, McClanahan, Swaggerty or Connor Scott……

Jays Prediction: Swaggerty

 

 

 

13. Ala the Yankess, I expect an appetite for a player who has played on the big stage. Either a tall durable pitcher that combines power, size and strength or a prep bat with upside but has obstacles to overcome. Whomever they select will have to pass the character and make-up checkmarks.   Rocker, Turang, Kowar. Is Greyson the next Jose Fernadnez?  

Marlins Prediction:  Rocker, Grayson Rodriguez, Turang

 

 

 

14. We know that Dipoto prefers college players and highlights risk statistics.

Kowar, Rolison, McClanahan, 

 

Mariners Prediction: Kowar, Rolison or McClanahan if not red flagged.                                                                             

 

 

15. Upside raw athletes here or big arms….Gray jr? Desasdas? Turang? Vasil?     Winn? Rocker?

 

Rangers Prediction:  Grayson Rodriguez or Connor Scott

 

 

 

16. Tampa’s strength is scouting & developing pitchers…..pitcher here: Vasil, Winn, Beck, Kowar, Becker…who ever has the best spin rates goes here.

Rays Prediction: Winn or Vasil

 

 

17. All in on prep prospects…figuring some will hit ceiling.  Gray jr, Turang, Desadas, Conner Scott or pitchers Winn, Vasil.

 

Angels Prediction:  Connor Scott or Turang

 

 

 

18. The Royals loaded up on position players and built a World Series Champion….They also love left-handed hitters and have extra picks and $$ to spend. Then again they did draft Brandon Finnegan 17th overall in 2014.

Kelenic, Turang, McClanahan

Royals Prediction: McClanahan or Turang

 

 

 

19. Will target lots of college performers in the draft….

Bart, Jenista, Eierman, Carranza, Rolison, India

 

Cardinals Prediction: Rolison or Eierman 

 

 

 

20. Targeting hard-throwing arms or catcher

Carranza, Kowar, Knight

 

Twins Prediction: Bart 

 

 

 

 

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Mock Draft ….MLB Draft 2018

Draft Board 2018  (3/27/2018)

1st Round Quick Bites and Mock Draft.

Who will rock the old english “D” on draft day?

MLB Draft 2018 Draft Board

Top Tier  – 1st RD

  1. Ethan Hankins – Electricity for days. Georgia Peach has top-of-the-rotation ceiling. Georgia peaches bloom in Spring and ripe in the fall.
  2. Matthew Liberatore –  The Mountain Ridge backdrop can propel a fledgling romance into full fligth romance. Lefty w/ top-of-the-rotation ceiling.
  3. Casey Mize – Split is spitfire – it’s a weapon -could get outs at the big-league level right now.
  4. Brady Singer – delicate luxury….I’m hopping aboard the health wagon here.
  5. Connor Scott -sun worshiping gold…..farm raised. trust player development -future impact bat

 

Middle Tier  –  1st RD

Safe Picks

  1. Travis Swaggerty – gives you everything you need. Everyday player in middle of field. On base %
  2. Nick Madrigal – Will be ready to go once he arrives at the doorstep of your complex.
  3. Logan Gilbert – advanced college arm – inning eater
  4. Bart – catcher with power? discount double check
  5. Groshans*-   fancy wrist work = smooth trajectory
  6. Beck – Bending it like Beckkkk is the craze…….SoCal Bird soaring.

 

Volatile Picks

  1. Shane McClanahan –  -dirty bull built for late-innings
  2. Joe Gray Jr. -it’s a real looker for team on the prowl for ceiling  –Tori Hunter comp
  3. Turang – the bat speaks to me in a faint whisper. Can you teach baseball bloodlines new tricks?
  4. Gorman –  built himself a considerable fan base over the summer pageant circuit. Remember Sean Burroughs?  swing makes me fidgety at the moment.
  5. De Sadas – hyped prospect adorned with jewels- reminds me of a future Wilson Betemit

 

Pitchers (2 or 3 of this group move in top 10 on draft day)

  1. Rocker – for a team queue up for queso…. throws hard and has some breaking-ball feel. Reliever.
  2. Stewart – certain teams will chase spin. The Bucs love projectable ptichers w/ spin. ie. Lodolo
  3. Vasil – cold-weather background –  crank up the heat so we can feel our faces, porfa!
  4. Denaburg – has burst of helium.
  5. Cecconi – starter profile. delivery is cripsy n clean
  6. Becker – turkey legs – dreaming on 6’6 frame.

 

Back End Tier -#20-30 – 1st RD

College Pitchers

RHP
  1. Blaine Knight – loose, quick arm. I believe he can throw a behind-the-back pass
  2. Kowar – erratic, arm is late
  3. CarranzaJeff Samardzija comp, inning eater. Looks like he could pitch all day if need be
  4. Sean Hjelle – worth monitoring
  5. Mercer –  honed his technique while apprenticing at Driveline.

LHP

  1. Rolison – lefty arm
  2. Tim Cate – Spins it. Ted Lilly comp
  3. Konnor Pilkington – throws left handed

Prep Arms

  1. Wilcox – for team on the prowl for ceiling
  2. Winn – lower half reminds of J. Nix. ball explodes late in all directions
  3. Weathers – lefty body is pillowy soft

College Bats

  1. Jenista – gives me a mix of conflicting emotions. TBD
  2. Eierman – has Ryan Zimmerman load
  3. McCarthy* – Swing is easy to pick apart – slight adjustment away?
  4. Larnach – big names in attendance recently….I need more sampling
  5. Jonathan India – bolstering my confidence -more pop than Madrigal & Hoerner?
  6. Hoerner * – more pop than Madrigal?
  7. Bohm* – sleeper with pro reps/instruction
  8. Tristan Pompey – bloodlines
  9. Kyle Isbel – inquiring nerd wants to know if every HR will be in the desert air?

Prep Bats

  1. Kelenic -jumped on some kind of swing trend and got Hercules on us…question looseness in swing.
  2. Banfield* – has juice in bat
  3. Tristan CasasJoey Gallo like swing n miss

 

Mock 1st 10 picks: 3/27/18

  1. Who will rock the old english D on draft day? We know the Tigers love power arms…Singer? too risk. Hankins? no HS RHP has gone 1. So Mize or Liberatore?  Mize has had the best year…… but shell life concerns me. Liberatore would be the face of the franchise in 4 years. Liberatore would be the safe pick.

 

 

2. San Fran typically takes arms who would have otherwise been selected much higher,   Hankins or Mize? Front office isn’t in tear down mode….if team is winning into June they’ll take Mize and fast track him…..otherwise they are selling and bracing themselves for a Giant rebuild.  Hankins.

 

 

 

3. Philly is suddenly in win now mode. Not looking for a developmental project here.  Mize or Singer

 

 

 

4. This is where it could get weird. Chisox are cheap in free agency….they’ll be thirsty for a power bat or arm. Gorman or Singer?

 

 

 

5. The Natti needs a power bat: Nolan Gorman

 

 

 

6. There’s comfort in the “Conference of Champions”…but the most ready player here is Login Gilbert or Travis Swaggerty.

 

 

 

 

7. Easy to end up over-caffeinated chasing Prellerpollaza. Farm depth allows for hunting for ceiling here. Imagine a young core of Gore, Tatis and Conor Scott 

 

 

 

 

8. Habitual hunters for ceiling and late bloomers. Vasil or Denaburg

 

 

 

 

9. Size doesn’t matter here – Madrigal

 

 

 

 

10. Bucs love projectable bodies and pitchers who spin it: Stewart or Turang

 

 

 

 

11. Baltimore you’re on the clock…..

 

 

 

 

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