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Rank these prospects please!

Postby millerpark » Wed Jul 04, 2012 1:48 pm

OF Jackie Bradley
P David Holmberg
OF Jorge Bonifacio
OF Tyler Austin
OF Corey Brown
OF Tyler Austin
OF Jake Marisnick
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Re: Rank these prospects please!

Postby jazzmanljg » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:16 pm

I would say Jackie Bradley is 1A and Tyler Austin is 1B.

After that it's a little more debatable. I'd probably take Holmberg next but Marisnick has the pedigree (BA #67 prospect at the start of the season. Brown will probably see the majors first, I'm just not sure how much impact he'll make. I'd take Bonifacio over him long term but it will probably take a while before he sees the majors.
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Re: Rank these prospects please!

Postby cardinal1975 » Fri Jul 13, 2012 7:15 pm

millerpark wrote:OF Jackie Bradley
P David Holmberg
OF Jorge Bonifacio
OF Tyler Austin
OF Corey Brown
OF Tyler Austin
OF Jake Marisnick


1. Marisnick - potential 20-20 CF whose numbers look even better considering the context of the league he is in.
2. Tyler Austin - showing 25-30ish hr potential with a good hit tool.
3. Bradley - possible 12-15 hr/20-30 steal CF with a good hit tool. Think Denard Span from 2010.
4. Bonifacio - 19 years old and hitting well in a pitcher's league. Will end up in RF or LF.
5. Holmberg - a high probability of becoming a #4 or #5 SP for a major league team....downside is a lower ceiling than the other guys.
6. Brown - older prospect with power and speed that has failed to establish himself as a major leaguer.

I tend to go with ceiling, as elite talent wins fantasy leagues, and Marisnick and Austin have the highest ceilings while Bradley has a good mix of both ceiling/probability.
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