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|2019-08-16 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Any of these guys look like they could be more than #5s? Peter Lambert, Bryan Abreu, Jose Suarez, Adbert Alzolay, Lewis Thorpe, Logan Webb (GB%!), Joe Palumbo? |
(The Colonel from Pasadena, CA)
|I like Lambert, but it's a brutal profile for Coors. Palumbo is the obvious one there to me. Alzolay has upside well past a number 5, but significant reliever risk. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2018-12-19 13:00:00 (link to chat)||16 team Dynasty league with 25 keepers, what order would you keep the following please:
Isan Diaz, Corey Ray, Estavan Florial, Brendan Rodgers, Kopech, Peter Lambert & Widener.
(marco polo from Italy)
|Rodgers, Kopech, Florial, Ray, Diaz, Lambert and Widener for me. (Mark Barry)|
|2018-04-27 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Which prospect have you been most impressed with so far?|
(Jeff from Tacoma)
|I mean Vlad is the easy answer here, but liked what I saw from Peter Lambert. Change finally showed up in the warmer weather after I filed him, and it's going to be an above-average pitch. Could see him as a backend 101 guy. Ten Pack'd Daniel Johnson and he was fun too, but it's a down EL this year outside of a couple teams. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2018-04-20 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Any thoughts on the following guys who've got off to rough starts in the minors this year: Bauers, Bobby Bradley, Neuse, Isan Diaz, Hiura?
On the MLB side - do you believe in Pivetta's improved start to the season?|
(Fessi's back from SWFC)
|I think it's a bit too early to move guys around, up or down. It's literally two weeks of baseball. I won't even kill Rodgers this early, as I wrote about today, and I personally saw him look incredibly rough. I think it's especially true of hitters. Pitchers you can see the regression or jump in the stuff earlier, see Peter Lambert going from 89-92 to 92-94.
Also, I know I essentially host a Phillies podcast now, but man you guys have a lot of Nick Pivetta questions. (Jeffrey Paternostro)
|2017-09-18 23:00:00 (link to chat)||Who's your favorite pitching prospect who can't top 93 MPH?|
(Scooter from Philly)
|This is a great question. Of guys I saw this year who workd below that, Peter Lambert's got a really advanced command and confidence in his 89-92 heater, with solid feel for working a full four-pitch arsenal. Wrote about him here:
I didn't get the greatest look at him, but Jaime Barria showed some ingredients and I've gotten stronger reports on him from other scouts around the league out here. Words and moving pictures here:
http://www.baseballprospectus.com/article.php?articleid=31679 (Wilson Karaman)
No BP Roundtables have mentioned this guy.
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