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RotoBird

Connor Joe - LAD (3B)

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Old for his level at age 25, Joe has been stellar in the Minors. 

Despite being unranked among the Dodgers 30 best prospects on Pipeline, Joe's .308/.423/.573 slash line is about as good as you could hope for.

 

He is coordinated and relatively athletic... I don't see why he can't become a better version of Chris Taylor (offensively), or a homeless man's Kingery (without the speed boost). 

 

Joe has a unique stance - as seen here - but once he gets loaded, it comes together smoothly

Here he smacks a triple to straightaway center

 

What are your thoughts? Can Connor Joe become a quality big leaguer, despite having two first names? 

 

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IDK- just learning about him, but gleaning in on 25 career HRs in 1239 ABs, with 14 coming this year in the PCL...sure seems like a bench ceiling

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I just remember him as a 1st round bust for the Bucs. Stranger things have happened, but I'm just not seeing it from a guy who finally started hitting this year and turns 26 next month. 

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Anything is possible, but I'd bet against a 25 year old guy still in the minors as being a fantasy asset in the future. 

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