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|2016-08-05 13:00:00 (link to chat)||I know you sorta dealt with this on twitter a drop ago but how many Mets prospects do you think would be able to crack an Angels or Marlins top 5?|
(Gregory from Connecticut)
|Hmm, okay let's ballpark this. The fifth best prospect in the Marlins system is like...Stone Garrett? In the Angels...jeez, um...Victor Alcantara? How many guys do the Mets have better than those duds. Mets have some depth in 45 types so we could stretch well into the Top 20 I'd bet. Might be a fun deep dive this offseason. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2016-08-25 13:00:00 (link to chat)||What prospects are notable that are left in Class A Greensboro? Seems like the team deflated after the Naylor and Seymour trades. |
(Marlinsmanfan from NC)
|The team was gutted, but that's only because the Marlins got back plenty of talent for Chris Paddack, Naylor, Seymour, and others. I don't really know what the dog that goes and picks up the bats really has to live for anymore. Ah, competing at the big league level. Rarely do we think of its ramifications on the animals of Low-A.
I'd still tab Stone Garrett, Isael Soto, and Kyle Barrett as prospects of some notoriety at Greensboro. They're all longer-shot types of guys for various reasons. (Adam McInturff)
|2016-03-04 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Hey Wilson. Was wondering if I could get your opinion and knowledge on these 3 low minor prospects: Stone Garrett, Wuilmer Becerra, Luis Alexander Basabe. How would you rank them if they were in your system?|
(Jerry from Earth)
|Basabe is my boo, and I'd take him over just about any other short-season dude at this point. Wrote about him last week: http://www.baseballprospectus.com/article.php?articleid=28510
Garrett is an interesting power/speed guy who we got good reports on re: strides with approach in the NYPL last year. If you're diving into short-season guys he's on the list to be sure.
Becerra I'd have third on this list, ceiling's a little lower than the other two. You can get the goods on here: http://www.baseballprospectus.com/article.php?articleid=28523 (Wilson Karaman)
|2016-03-03 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Hey Chris. Was wondering if I could get your opinion on these 3 low minor prospects: Stone Garrett, Wuilmer Becerra, Luis Alexander Basabe. How would you rank them if they were in your system?|
(Jerry from Earth)
|I like all three. I'd go Basabe first, followed by Becerra and Garrett. Many in the industry prefer Garrett, and I may just be late on him. But Basabe to me has the highest probability and ceiling, so that's the call for me. (Christopher Crawford)|
|2015-08-13 20:00:00 (link to chat)||Hey Greg. Going possible obscure prospect performing in short season. Have you heard anything about Stone Garrett? Is he a name to keep a look out for going into next year or don't bother with? |
(Something to Dream On from Far Away From the Show)
|I know he plays for one of the best team names in the minors, the Batavia Muckdogs. Other than that I don't know much. Stat line looks okay but I always worry about lesser known prospects who strike out more than 25% of the time in the lower minors. In general, there needs to be a prodigious tool to make up for that tendency or some compelling reason to believe the strikeouts will come down over time. (Greg Wellemeyer)|
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