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Re: Rank Which Teams Have The Best Farm System

Postby RedHopeful » Mon Mar 11, 2013 1:00 am

Yep, big fan of Stephenson and Baez. Bell is a nice swing for the fences...Nice trio Havok. ;-D
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Re: Rank Which Teams Have The Best Farm System

Postby kab21 » Mon Mar 11, 2013 1:36 am

Element wrote:E, F & J. I knew that E was yours. :-D

Not huge on Stephenson, but Baez is a stud regardless of position and Bell's potential is nice.

What specifically don't you like about Stephenson? He defines boom or bust front line starter and that's what I want in my farm system.

Stephenson has really good stuff with his fastball sitting 93-95 and touching higher. He also has an above average curve that scouts label as a potential plus offering. His change-up is already considered a plus pitch with a great deal of deception. If you add it all up, you have an athletic pitcher, who should be able to have a consistent delivery with great balance coupled with potential elite stuff. That’s the definition of a front-line starter. ... nati-reds/
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