FalcoAtL wrote:Ohhhh... I was looking at a site that only had his PCL numbers. Durham he hit .190 in 90 ABs, but is that enough of a slump to cause a top prospect to lose value completely? Its very possible that the trade to TB really caused him to lose his confidence or he may not have adjusted well. I fully expect him to bounce back though.
The PCL is known as a hitter-friendly league, so maybe his International Leagues are a little more telling than you'd think. Also, Guzman has always been a guy who has gotten a pass because he is young for his level. I still think he'll become a major league starter at some point, but he's certainly not looking like someone who will be above-average.
My top 25 is reserved for future stars. My 26-50 is for pretty sure bets to become above-average regulars, 51-100 is average. There's no room for Guzman in my top 50 for sure.
garf112 wrote:Everyone has forgotten about Chris Lubanski... His eye got better at the plate, and I see a spike in power that will make him a .300-25 HR- 15 SB guy. He has to be in the top 100.
Actually I didn't forget about him. Someone suggested I remove him. Although I'm not entirely sure he would be ahead of among OF prospects.
Chris Lubanski does not have to be top 100. But he should at least receive some consideration for it.