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  1. Well it shows the ability to use the legs!
  2. He could be any of these guys, who knows? Just glad to have that potential.
  3. Can Greinke dunk a basketball despite being just 6-2? Was Greinke also going to be able to punt at the D-I level as well as play baseball? I don't know whether one is more athletic than the other, but this kid is a three-sport athlete who choose baseball.
  4. https://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.fcgi?id=vavra-000ter&type=bgl&year=2019 Those splits are a bit of a concern as well. I'm more concerned over the platoon splits, but it would have been nice to have seen Vavra hit this year at High-A to see if those splits changed.
  5. Especially at this point on the list. Both Mayo and Baumler are such unknowns, but have nice ceilings so yeas, I'd prefer to have them in the system over the others. Saying that, these rankings are not done with as much information as we've had in the past so we have to take their rankings with a grain of salt. They could be way too low or high.
  6. There seems to be a consensus that Wells wasn't brought to the auxiliary camp due to the logistics of getting him from Australia during the pandemic.
  7. https://www.orioleshangout.com/2020/10/20/16-2020-prospect-carter-baumler-rhp/
  8. https://www.orioleshangout.com/2020/10/20/15-2020-prospect-coby-mayo-3b/
  9. Kremer looks to be the centerpiece of the deal. I said that basically since year one.
  10. In my defense, Elias gave him up for nothing and he had way more information on him than me. Elias choose Dwight Smith Jr. over him.
  11. The only ting pipeline is useful for for me is to gauges when players "graduate" from rookie eligibility and they graduated him. So I'm going to graduate him as well as he really was on the roster all year this year although with his usual DL time.
  12. I think Hall is a similar prospect as Vavra overall and maybe with a minor league season this year he would be ahead of him. There is just a lot of unknowns with the new guys including guys like Vavra that came over in trade. I have concerns over the K rate of Hall with such a little amount of power. Hall slashed a pedestrian .286/.374/.392/.766 against right handers with a 95-32 K-BB ratio in 412 PAs in 2019. Vavra slashed .340/.429/.526/.955 with a 44-50 K-BB ratio in 352 PAs against righties in 2019. Vavra might be a platoon guy since he didn't hit lefties well, but most pitchers are still right-handed so I think Vavra gets the nod from me for now because I think the bat may play a little better at the upper levels. Either way, they both are most likely 45 players in my mind but both have time to improve.
  13. Yep, that's a cut and paste error. I'll get that fixed, thanks.
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