Milledge hit .337 at low-A before running into some rough times at high-A...how is that Cameronlike? They may both be great athletes, good with the glove, power/speed, but Milledge will become much more advanced a player at the plate. Lastings does need to work on drawing more walks and being more patient at the plate, but most believe he is a top 10-15 prospect in the minors (BA), with tools to project into a superb player. Poor man's Griffey is a better comparison.
Ensanimal, you're killing me, man.
I'm going to keep my eyes peeled so I can get on your case, too.