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Reader Top 30 #4 – Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez

JP Crawford easily takes the #3 spot and Dylan Cozens joins the poll. Take Our Poll Maikel Franco Jesse Biddle JP Crawford

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Reader Top 30 #4 – Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez

General Discussion – Week of 12-23-2013

All Right You Prospects Ready To Sing Your Song? Christmas, Christmas Time Is Near, Time For Giles, And Zach Collier.

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General Discussion – Week of 12-23-2013

Draft Revisited: 2008

After a break, here is the 2008 draft class.  There have been a huge number of players from this class to make the major leagues, despite the first two names on the list being considered to be huge busts.

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Draft Revisited: 2008

Maikel Franco’s Contact

There has been a lot written and said about Maikel Franco ‘s swing over the course of the season.  There have been talks about the shape and length as well as how much power it is going to generate.  Overall scouts have questioned how the swing as a whole will translate to the next level.

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Maikel Franco’s Contact

Something to Dream On: The 2017 Phillies

Last week I started exploring the future of the Phillies with a luck at what could be in 2016.  The series continues with 2017 as some more money comes off the books and a couple more guys arrive in the majors. Just as before here are the starting assumptions.

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Something to Dream On: The 2017 Phillies

Scout.com Phillies Top 20

Kiley McDaniel is the Minor League analyst for scout.com and he has just released his Phillies Top Prospect list.  Given that is usually behind a paywall that many of us venture beyond it hasn’t always been a well covered list.  But this year the list is free  http://sbb.scout.com/2/1348329.html  and so we will take a look at it.

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Scout.com Phillies Top 20

40 Man Roster Decisions – Part 2 – Pitchers

After discussing who is on the roster, it is now time to discuss who might be on the roster going forward.  Pitching is a lot easier for a team to stash on a roster than it is to stash position players because bullpen arms can be regulated and coached without the need for constant in game work.  For the most part teams are looking for players who can provide a solid fastball and command out of the bullpen.  The Phillies have a couple of player who may be able to fill those roles, but more interestingly they have a couple of players who could provide rotation depth to the rate team. Seth Rosin – RHP – Acquired from San Francisco for Hunter Pence Seth Rosin is a big pitcher, and he generates good downward plane on his pitches.  Out of the rotation Rosin will show a plus fastball, a slider with good potnetial, and an average changeup.  Rosin will pound the zone with all of his pitches and has improved his walk rate every year.  Rosin wore down towards the end of the year as he passed his previous high in innings.  If he sticks in the rotation Rosin profiles as a back of the rotation starter, however if put back in the bullpen he could be an asset in 2014.  This potential bullpen use could make him attractive to a team in the Rule V draft.  MW: Protect Phillies:  No Add Rob Rasmussen – LHP – Acquired from Dodgers for Michael Young Much like Rosin there is debate on whether Rasmussen is a starter or reliever long term.  Out of the rotation Rasmussen is more of a back of the rotation starter as he relies more on 4 average pitches than overpowering stuff.  Out of the bullpen his stuff should play up and he will be able to keep hitters off balance.  He could be ready as a reliever early in 2014, and that combined with his recent acquisition should lead to his protection. MW: Protect Phillies: Protect Brody Colvin – RHP – 7th Round 2009 I did not rank Colvin a year ago, but I have been a supporter of his protection lately.  However, I have changed my mind given the evidence in front of me.  Colvin will be 23 in 2014, but he is not going to provide 2014 value to a drafting team, and a lost year of development could spell the end of his minor league career.  MW: No Add Phillies: No Add Nick Hernandez – LHP – 12th round 2009 Hernandez’s greatest assets is his left handedness and pitchability.  After showing some promise in his return from injury in 2013, Hernandez faded fast as his stuff failed to overpower hitters.  Hernandez is  25 years old and likely an org player at this point.  MW: No Add Phillies: No Add Perci Garner – RHP – 3rd round 2010 Garner was a raw pitcher when the Phillies took him in the third round of the draft.  Garner has flashed good stuff, especially a fastball and breaking ball that will show plus.  His ideal role is out of the bullpen but the Phillies have left him in the rotation up to now.  At age 25 in 2014 he might go undrafted because he might now be ready to contribute until 2015.

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40 Man Roster Decisions – Part 2 – Pitchers

General Discussion – Week of 10-21-2013 – World Series Envydition

Couldn’t be happier for the two teams in the World Series right now. That was totally sarcastic.

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General Discussion – Week of 10-21-2013 – World Series Envydition

Top Tools: Power

I knew I wanted to discuss the top tools in the system as a way of recapping the year and initially it was going to be one massive post with just a name next each tool.  I thought this format would be more interesting for breaking down the tool itself and why it is important and the ways we judge it. Power is probably the sexiest tool in baseball right next to fastball velocity

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Phillies Second Round Pick Andrew Knapp to have Tommy John Surgery

The Phillies have announced that second round pick Andrew Knapp will have Tommy John surgery on his right elbow (as per  @jnorris427 ).  The recovery time for a position player is closer to 6 months of recovery which would have him able to throw by mid to late April.  I would suspect that Knapp will be spending spring practices working on his receiving and start the year as the Clearwater DH while slowly working back into the catching role.

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Phillies Second Round Pick Andrew Knapp to have Tommy John Surgery