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jwhands wrote:First, he will likely not be a ss at the ML level. His glove just won't work there. Also, coming from someone who drafted him late last year, I don't think Reid will be as solid as people may believe. He has the potential to be a solid MLB player, but I'm not sure he'll reach the status of Tulo, Wood, Drew. He raked in what I believe to be a good hitter's league, so I'm still skeptical to see what his #s do in a more pitcher friendly league. I hope this helps you out.
nathan050904 wrote:I don't agree with either poster about him having to move from SS.
John Sickels "Defensively, his best attribute is a strong arm, although said arm is often inaccurate. He has good range, and despite his size won't have to move to third base."
nathan050904 wrote:Baseball America "There were concerns that he might outgrow shortstop, but he eased them in 2006 and continued to show plus arm strength...Brignac needs more consistency with his defense, particularly his throwing...Brignac has the talent and intangibles to be Tampa Bay's starting shortstop within the next two years."
nathan050904 wrote:Deric McKamey (Baseball HQ) "May stay at SS with solid range and average arm, but needs to soften hands and reduce errors."
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