Michael De Leon SS
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Last Update: 12/31/2014 23:59 ET
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2019 Preseason Forecast
Last Update: 1/27/2017 12:35 ET
|90o||380||34||88||15||0||9||39||6||59||0||0||.239||.254||.353||55||-5.7||SS 2, 2B 0||-0.4|
|80o||361||30||80||14||0||8||36||5||57||0||0||.229||.240||.337||48||-9.8||SS 1, 2B 0||-0.8|
|70o||347||28||74||13||0||8||33||5||56||0||0||.220||.232||.329||43||-12.5||SS 1, 2B 0||-1.1|
|60o||336||26||69||12||0||7||31||5||55||0||0||.212||.225||.313||38||-14.6||SS 1, 2B 0||-1.4|
|50o||325||25||64||11||0||7||30||4||53||0||0||.203||.214||.305||34||-16.4||SS 1, 2B 0||-1.6|
|40o||314||23||59||10||0||6||28||4||52||0||0||.193||.205||.285||29||-18.0||SS 1, 2B 0||-1.7|
|30o||303||21||56||10||0||6||26||4||51||0||0||.190||.203||.286||25||-19.6||SS 1, 2B 0||-1.9|
|20o||289||19||50||9||0||5||24||3||49||0||0||.178||.188||.263||19||-21.3||SS 1, 2B 0||-2.1|
|10o||270||17||45||8||0||5||21||3||47||0||0||.171||.182||.259||12||-23.2||SS 1, 2B 0||-2.3|
|Weighted Mean||328||25||65||11||0||7||30||4||54||0||0||.204||.215||.304||35||-15.8||SS 1, 2B 0||-1.5|
|2016-06-20 16:00:00 (link to chat)||Who is the best team you have seen in your scouting life?|
(Larry from NC)
|I will preface this by saying that I have not been scouting for that long. I have probably been unaware of the talent of other teams while at games.
But I will say 2014 Myrtle Beach Pelicans. I did my summer internship down there and attended far too many games. Here are the major leaguers from that team: Joey Gallo, Cody Ege, Odubel Herrera, Hanser Alberto, Alexander Claudio, Keone Kela, Chi Chi Gonzalez, Andrew Faulkner, Abel De Los Santos.
While these guys are not in the big leagues yet, they will be soon: Nick Williams, Lewis Brinson, Chris Bostick, Jorge Alfaro, Ryan Cordell, Jose LeClerc, Samuel Wolff
And some other interesting guys with value: Preston Beck, Victor Payano, Kellin Deglan, Michael De Leon, Christopher Garia, Chad Bell
Man was that team loaded... (Steve Givarz)
|2016-04-25 23:00:00 (link to chat)||Who do you see moving up to occupy the top tier of Rangers position prospects once the big-3 of Brinson, Mazara, and Gallo graduate to the bigs? Guys like Cordell, Ronald Guzman, Andy Ibanez, etc. have looked good to start the season. |
(Kristen from Canada)
|I think Tate's start to the year has to be seen as very encouraging. Leody Taveras is only 17, but initial reports have been intriguing. I missed Jairo Beras last week, he was out with an injury, but look forward to seeing what him in the next few weeks, and it's supposed to be an interesting bat. I liked some of the things Travis Demeritte can do, though the hit tool's a big question mark. I'll have notes up on him this week. Michael De Leon's glove is outstanding, and Josh Morgan shows interesting versatility and skills.
Basically you're going to see the system morph from a troika of 60+ OFP guys at the top to one that's more balanced around arms and positional depth. (Wilson Karaman)
|2014-10-31 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Saw Texas ss Michael De Leon play a couple of time in the AFL and it looks like he is going to be a pretty good defensive ss, what is the knock on him and why doesn't he get more attention?|
(Scott from AZ)
|I just wrote up De Leon the other day:
I like him, but the profile is underwhelming in a sense that there is minimal projection left. Is he any different at age 20-24 than he is at age 17? I doubt it in terms of his body frame and growth. I do like the barrel skills and he's a nice ballplayer with a great glove. Certainly valuable. (Tucker Blair)
|2014-10-31 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Mondesi continues to underwhelm, when will the shine rub off and time to declare him not what he could have been?|
(Chris from Phoenix)
|Look, he was an 18 year old at Hi-A. The fact that he was at the level is tremendous.
He's still one of the youngest players in the AFL, especially if it were not for Michael De Leon and Deomingo Leyba.
I've watched him over 10 games this year, and the tools are very good. I think he is a no-shit SS that has bat speed and barrel skills. He has plenty of refinement left and was overmatched often in the Carolina league, but he also has never seen competition of that caliber.. Mondesi is still learning about himself, not just the game. We really need to relax on damning him as a player when he could still be in short season or rookie ball and no one would say anything. (Tucker Blair)
|2014-10-31 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Be honest: Will Julio Urias be a starter in the majors by the time he's 20? 19? |
(vegetto712 from Orlando)
|Yes, probably. Urias is not a highly projectable prospect. He's advanced for his age. It's the same aspect that we talk about with Michael De Leon. There is not a lot of growth left, so why waste bullets at the lower levels? Sure, you can always learn on the mental side, but that can also be learned anywhere if the tools are ready. (Tucker Blair)|
|2014-10-09 15:00:00 (link to chat)||Michael De Leon got some good pub towards the end of the year. Is he gonna be more than glove than bat in the end?|
(Dave from Des Moines)
|He's a hot name because of his age. Not that the prospect profile isn't good, but in most organizations, I don't think he comes stateside until 2015 at the earliest, and probably 2016. Most people are going to see him on a prospect list in 2017 or 2018 and go "wtf, he's been around forever." De Leon is more of a makeup guy than an actual production guy, and Texas is notoriously aggressive with plus makeup players. He's going to be challenged, but I'm not sure he's an impact guy in the end. (Jordan Gorosh)|
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