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07-27-2007 01:07 AM #1
Organizational Depth Chart Updated
I've had quite a few inquiries regarding the organizational depth chart, so here's the latest and greatest! Enjoy!
07-27-2007 02:17 AM #2Norfolk
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I agree with everything on there, with the exception that Zach Britton isn't listed as a prospect, or even as having "early potential." He's only 19 and holding his own in Aberdeen, and if all goes well, he'll be 20 in Delmarva, which is two years below the league age average. Also, Jevne interests me as well, since he seems to have good stuff with a great pitchers build at 6'7''.
07-27-2007 04:05 AM #3
07-27-2007 04:07 AM #4
Scottie, thanks! I noticed Brandon Snyder listed as the catcher for Delamarva as well as the DH. Is that a typo, or is he going to be resuming catching duties?
07-27-2007 09:37 AM #5
Jammer, just a typo. Even with two sets of eyes looking over it last night sometimes things will slip past us. Thanks for the heads up on it though. One of us will get it fixed.
07-27-2007 09:51 AM #6
Great work guys. One (hopefully small) request, is there any way you can change the shade for A prospect? It's very close to the B. Do we have any A guys anyway?
Also, Hoey as a 4A guy? Figured him for at least C+, maybe B-.
07-27-2007 10:25 AM #7
One of the best things on the site. Thanks.
07-27-2007 10:36 AM #8
07-27-2007 11:23 AM #9
07-27-2007 12:46 PM #10
Hey Scott and John, thanks for the update on that. The depth chart is one of the best things on the site. Thanks for the work you guys do here, it is truely appreciated. Tony has left things in great hands here on the Hangout!
07-27-2007 12:49 PM #11
Nothing for Kraig Binick? He's top 3 in practically every offensive category?
There are a few guys in the DSL too.
07-27-2007 01:39 PM #12Norfolk
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I agree with Eckman, Binick at this point at least has to be considered early potential. We may discover when he gets promoted that he's just undersized, but it's difficult to deny those numbers.
Also, two other players in the GCL are RHP Luis Noel and first baseman Elvin Polanco. Both are 20 years old. Noel was recently converted to a starter and has been lights out. I dont' know what kind of stuff he has, but high K's with low BB's are promising.
Polanco is hitting well, not great, but at 6'3" and 190 he could put in 20-30 pounds with ease. He's a longshot, but along with Kolodny, those are the only other two guys on the GCL I'd see developing into something