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|2018-06-22 13:00:00 (link to chat)||The top 10 current prospects Mike Rizzo has traded away are the ____th best top 10 in baseball. A list for you to choose from: Jesus Luzardo, Sheldon Neuse, Dane Dunning, Taylor Hearn, Blake Perkins, Kelvin Gutierrez, Yohanse Morel, Tyler Watson, McKenzie Mills, Pedro Avila, Max Schrock, and Travis Ott.|
(Andrew from Boston)
|It's a decent top three in Jesus Lizard, Dunning, Hearn, but it drops off pretty quickly. Bottom five, better than the Mariners and the Giants off the top of my head. Rizzo gets a bit underrated as a GM still I think. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2018-05-04 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Is Dane Dunning legit? Or is he more of a mid-rotation innings eater?|
(Mr. Fister from Arlington)
|What's wrong with that? (Anthony Rescan)|
|2018-02-23 20:00:00 (link to chat)||Who are some players who have yet to reach Double A who could find meaningful, productive MLB playing time this year?|
(Chris from Baltimore)
|Not yet to Double-A? Not sure I could confidently say anyone should fit that description. Likely have to be a pitcher, reliever rather than starter or players on teams that are in flux somewhat that would not be afraid to start a clock early. A hitter I could toss out there might be Monte Harrison. He impressed me in the AFL and if he continues to develop, he could be ready. The OF in Miami isnít holding him back much. JD Hammer, reliever in Philly. Adam Choplick of Texas. He got a lot of buzz in the AFL. Starter might be Dane Dunning of the White Sox. Those are my best guesses off the top of my head. (Scott Delp)|
|2017-11-03 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Any personal preferences among the back-end starter types in the White Sox system? E.g. Jordan Stephens, Spencer Adams, Jordan Guerrero, Ian Clarkin.
I am exempting Dane Dunning from this list as I think he's better than this group.|
(nschaef from NYC)
|I kind of like Spencer Adams despite it absolutely not being the kind of profile that usually does anything. Can I write-in A.J. Puckett? (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2017-03-09 20:00:00 (link to chat)||Ian, among the White Sox young arms (excepting Rodin) which do you see making positive Scoresheet contributions in 2017? In 2018? What is Hahn's next move, and has he set the bar too high for himself?|
(jtwalsh from Northport, NY)
|Hi there! Ian here, ready as ever to be pessimistic about the Sox. I don't really love any young Sock's odds of being a great Scoresheet contributor in 2017 (Including Rodon, for that matter--I think he'll be fine). If pressed, I'd take Lopez for this year, because I think he's the most likely of any of the pitchers to become a young bullpen arm. I'd still have done the Sale and Eaton trades, because the team needed more variance, but I don't think that either trade has better than even odds of working out. 2018 and beyond? I think Kopech, barring dumb bar fights, is the best pitching prospect in baseball, we have drafted Alec Hansen on just about every team we have, and I'd say Dane Dunning is pretty well overlooked besides. Also, "has Rick Hahn set the bar too high for himself?" is like the ultimate celebrity profile question. (Ben Murphy, Ian Lefkowitz and Jared Weiss)|
|2016-08-30 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Next Best prospect that nobody is talking about?|
(Angelo from Maine)
|Doesn't this question usually go "Next BIG prospect that nobody is talking about?"
I'll go with Alex Faedo, since he isn't officially a prospect yet. A slim righthander going into his junior season at UF, he had enough talent this year to knock future stud Dane Dunning out of the weekend rotation. I've just seen him a ton this season and know that he'll be a top draft target if he continues his progress in 2017. He's got the potential to move quickly, three plus pitches, and a clean injury history. Faedo is going to be a known dude by this time next year, so here's your early warning. (Will Haines)
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