Bogaerts VS Bradley Jr., Barnes VS Webster

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    Re: Bogaerts VS Bradley Jr., Barnes VS Webster

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    Those who claim a big sample during spring training is of little import, minor league ball stats are about useless, other than to say if certain players aren't good enough to have MLB careers.



    so 50 ABs in a non-competitive setting is a big sample size?? good to know.

     
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    Re: Bogaerts VS Bradley Jr., Barnes VS Webster

    Bradley / Webster both closer in terms of developement.

    Boegarts / Barnes Higher ceilings. Which is good news for RS fans who have fallen in love w/ Bradley / Webster this ST.

     
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    Re: Bogaerts VS Bradley Jr., Barnes VS Webster

    In response to southpaw777's comment:

    I dont think Bryce "gunshot" Brentz is #4 as he currently stands at #6 on soxprospects.com



    I don't think he is that high either, but it was still funny enough to be worth posting.

     
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    Re: Bogaerts VS Bradley Jr., Barnes VS Webster

    In response to seannybboi's comment:

    would they change their places in organization prospect rankings? If they do, team's POV and plans will change accordingly.



    I'm not sure why it would change anything.  If Iggy had a great season, maybe we'd start rotating guys, but I don't see JBJ inpacting Bogaerts.

     
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