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|2017-05-18 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Any pop up prospects we should be keeping a close eye on? |
(KIlz from Down Undah')
|I'll plug Daniel Brito again here, as is quickly becoming a prospect team best practice. I really like Ryan Castellani, though he's been on radars since late last Summer. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2017-05-04 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Have any prospects impressed you this year outside of top 100 guys? Or made any changes that you think are worth nothing that can shoot them up any lists? |
(RH123 from Kansas)
|Well, we didn't rank Sixto and should have. We didn't rank Vladito, and should have. But those guys were like in 102-110. Daniel Brito for sure. I liked Conner Greene more than I expected, though the issues are exactly what I expected. Ryan Castellani's stuff jumped in my second look at him. Could see a healthy Anthony Alford making a big jump back up the list this year too. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2016-06-09 19:00:00 (link to chat)||Do the Rockies still have a reputation of only drafting a certain... "type" of player or has that not been true for a while? |
(Infrancoeurgible from Down and Away )
|I could argue in 2015 that they were in the drivers seat, they were going to be happy with whichever SS they got.
Before that they've tried polished college arms (Christian Friedrich, Eddie Butler, Tyler Anderson, Jon Gray), projectable HS arms (Peter Tago, Tyler Matzek, Ryan Castellani, Ryan Warner) with more misses than hits. So I don't think they have a reputation of drafting just certain types of players. -Steve Givarz (Live Draft Chat)
|2016-03-28 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Having seen Zach Jemiola, Ryan Castellani, and Parker French in Rockies' camp this spring, is there one of those guys that stands out ahead of the others in terms of long-term predictability? Obviously all at different levels, but somewhat similar 2-seam/slider/change-up RHPs; is there one you'd give an edge to in terms of projectability to the ultimate level?|
(Bobby DeMuro from Los Angeles)
|Well if it isn't young Robert DeMuro.
I would be lying to you if I said I have these guys pinned down hard in my gut. Is there a better way to say that? Maybe.
In terms of standard 'projection' I'll go with Castellani, probably just because of the frame and profile. (Adam McInturff)
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