Re: Ugly prospect numbers
posted at 8/11/2014 8:17 AM EDT
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Brought up too soon with much hype, or just not as good as some thought? Regardless not a lot of personal or trade value at 3B, SS or CF at the moment so Ben has his work cut out for him and a lot of tough decisions to make in the off season.
Bogy,230 with below to average D at SS or 3B
Middy, 188 with decent D
JBJ, 211 with solid D
Holt, 295 with below average every day D anywhere but the OF
Betts, 244 above average OF D but not being given a good luck yet but may be the best of all
Vasquez, 227 with good D with not enough AB's to judge
Checchini & Lav Also not enough defense or power
The SOX FO may have been prospecting for gold, but I think they hit coal.
nothing more overrated than Sox prospects...Was Reddick the last decent guy we developed? And half the board here hates him because he's low OBP...
Reddick is low everything. career .242 with a 738 OPS.
[object HTMLDivElement]. It could just be a case of not admitting that you were wrong. Reddick has not exactly been a sensation, but he has had some good moments with the A's . Finished in the top twenty in MVP voting , had some injuries, but is now the starting rightfielder on one of the best teams in baseball. Regrettably, Andrew Bailey contributed nothing at all to the Red Sox. The trade was not a push, no matter how you look at it.
I am not talking about the Bailey trade. I am talking about Reddicks career numbers.
.242 batting average 730 OPS. Those numbers are low.