Esskay wrote:Surprised to see Jesse Beal rank so highly, as he hasn't pitched at all this year. Not concerned about the injury?
Also, just for fun, where would you put Dylan Bundy on the list if he signed today?
Don wrote:Just to let you know, any player with one day of MLB service time was omitted from the lists. The likes of Matt Angle, Ryan Adams, Blake Davis, etc... are not on the list and would rank somewhere high enough to place.
Jordan wrote:My top 30: http://orioles-nation.com/2011/07/12/jo ... on-top-30/
Dan's list should be coming later tonight.
Esskay wrote:Jordan: don't understand the comments about Mahoney's "loss of power": he has a .500 SLG on the season (152 PA); if you look only at Bowie stats, it's .484. He put up a .498 SLG last season over two levels.
Similarly, 2010 ISO was .191, 2011 ISO is .197.
Have you seen something that suggests he isn't hitting the ball that hard? Because the numbers don't seem to suggest a loss of power.
Shorebirdfan wrote:OK so you included two of my three that Don did not have.
I am not not as high on Bridwell as both of you are. Where doe you see his ceiling? Is he a number 3 starter? Or is he a long term bullpen guy (For some reason every time I looked at him I saw bullpen guy).
Seen Tim Berry several times and just don't get your fascination with him. I know again it projectable, but he's going to need to add a lot to that 14 year olds frame he carries now.
More to come. I want to talk about 2B.
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