knapplc wrote:Ronny Cedeno could fit in my back pocket. He weighs about 165 if he's wearing his Big Boy shoes with the laces (not the velcro). He swings a bat that is slightly thicker than his midsection, and gets carded going into G-Rated movies. Somewhere Ronny's 12-year-old sibling is missing his kid brother.
This is an anomaly. Don't get too excited. I don't know that The Riot is a true big-leaguer yet, but he's much more of a big-leaguer than Ronny Cedeno.
From every thing I've seen on prospect reports, this is exactly the opposite conclusion of most scouts. Cedeno is seen as having a an A+ glove, while Theriot reportedly is far below average. Cedeno is also expected to develop into a much superior hitter. In a keeper league, I'd take Cedeno hands down. This year, Theriot may have the edge because of playing time.
"I don't want to play golf. When I hit a ball, I want someone else to chase it."