garf112 wrote:Those comparisons are a bit off if you ask me... First off, those are for specific years, not for minor league career numbers. Quentin has all of those guys by at least .20 and in most cases .40 in OBP. Whether or not his power develops is anybody's guess. Also, most of those hitters did not follow their success in AA up with success in AAA. Quentin's OBP was .424 this year and he had 30 doubles and 9 HRs. That's the difference I see from checking on your Jason Harts.
I don't know how they generate those comparability scores. I would assume they do it based on every category, but I'm not sure, so I won't argue. I'll just say that it's very rather rare to see comparability scores on their site that are as high as his are to those players. Take that for whatever it's worth.