Scooter1027 wrote:Corey Hart, OF, Milwaukee Brewers -- The guy has done nothing but hit since his callup, even when given the difficult task of playing so very irregularly. Prior to today he was hitting .356/.404/.442 in 52 AB. He was 2-4 today. He's big (6'6" 205 lbs), fast (4 SB thus far, 33 last year in AAA), has easy doubles power with the frame and pop to develop big HR power, and can play a multitude of positions (has played 1st, 3rd, and all 3 OF spots in his career). My brother and I call him "the forgotten prospect", as the team has made every effort to accomodate Prince, Rickie, and JJ while letting Hart sit, despite his superlative minor league numbers. At the very least he should be platooning in RF with Geoff Jenkins, who's fantastic numbers against righties (.305/.364/.470) are offset by abysmal numbers against lefties (.133/.241/.200)
Baseball Prospectus likes to bemoan his lack of ABs. Another OF who is like him is Scott Hairston who has nothing to prove in Tucson.
Chris Iannetta was born on Krypton and transported to Earth as an infant and saves the universe when he's not getting on base every plate appearance.