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  1. Joey Wentz - SP ATL

    Been dominant since his return from the DL. I think we see a promotion to AA before the end of the season.
  2. Ronaldo Hernandez-C TB

    and the rays never move prospects quickly it seems. I think if theres any catching prospect worth owning hes the one or at least top 3. But its gonna be a while.
  3. Ronaldo Hernandez-C TB

  4. Blake Swihart 2018 Outlook

    Cant fathom how this guy still gets MLB playing time. Cant hit. Terrible behind the plate. Belongs with rusney at pawtucket forever.
  5. Brian Dozier 2018 Outlook

    Hit the halfway point of the season and boom. Like clockwork.
  6. Christian Pache-OF Atl

    Agree. I think the floor is very similar to Albert Almora with upside for quite a bit better. Still very young.
  7. Ronald Acuna 2018 Outlook

    Probably bc of the hype of being the #1 prospect on a lot of preseason lists but this thread has really jumped the shark and been probably the goofiest I’ve seen on here. Dude is day to day with a minor injury and people are acting like it’s his fault and he is made of glass. For many players the original injury probably would’ve torn several knee ligaments but instead he came back after only a month. And he reportedly wanted to play the next day after the injury.
  8. Ronald Acuna 2018 Outlook

    R-E-L-A-X https://twitter.com/mlbbowman/status/1015435383402876929
  9. Wander Franco, SS, TB

    Nephew of Erick Aybar, not to be confused with his father and two brothers also named Wander Franco, this 17 year old 2017 july 2 signee has hit the ground running for the Rays Princeton rookie ball team. Only 15 games but Wander Samuel Franco's performance so far combined with the scouting reports I've read point to him being an elite can't miss kind of prospect and I am really excited to follow his career. So far in rookie ball: .371, 3 HR, 2 SB, 6.0% BB rate, 7.5 % K rate, .258 ISO. The Rays are known to move guys along slowly so could be 2022, 2023 before we see him in the bigs.
  10. This is what happens when you fire half your staff
  11. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    Right!? Because he absolutely has control over that....
  12. Enyel De Los Santos - SP, SD

    If he happens to get added to ESPN and anyone notices please post here.
  13. Brian Dozier 2018 Outlook

    2016 he was even worse in the first half. Was batting .199 at the end of may. Set the world on fire in the second half as he has almost every other season. I agree with your logic with most players but hes done this how many seasons in a row? Id be buying right about now.
  14. Rylan Bannon-2B/3B-LAD

    Standout college bat from Xavier drafted by the Dodgers last season and has raked at Rookie Ball and now this season at high A Rancho Cucamonga. Ive been really impressed by his numbers---outstanding BB% for OBP leagues-15.4% this year. K rate is manageable. ISO of .287. 17 Home runs this season so far and batting .298. Im ready to see what he can do at AA. So far I love what I see.
  15. Brian Dozier 2018 Outlook

    Clearly not a previous owner as he does this literally every other season in the first half.