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|2013-11-14 13:00:00 (link to chat)||I'll go ahead and apologize for the blatant fantasy question, but in a medium-deep keeper league looking for lottery tickets, which one of Gabriel Guerrero, Manuel Margot, Franklin Barreto, Amed Rosario, and Ronald Guzman would you want?|
(Rob from Alaska)
|You can't really go wrong with any of them if you're looking for lottery tickets. I've been particularly impressed with the reports on Rosario, but my eyes tell me Margot might be the guy I'd put my money on. (Mark Anderson)|
|2013-09-04 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Brighter future: Manuel Margot or Elier Hernandez?|
(j train and the big brain from cubicle)
|Margot (Jason Parks)|
|2013-04-04 11:00:00 (link to chat)||strictly for fantasy purposes which prospect would you prefer if all players reached their potential.. Manuel Margot, Gabriel Guerrero or Mac Williamson?|
(tman12 from nyc)
|Guerrero (Jason Parks)|
|2012-12-19 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Who where the best players you scouted at instructs this year?|
(Lewis from New Haven)
|Byron Buxton was at the top of the list. I really like what I saw out of him from a tools stand point. They're loud and the package is there. But, he's a ways away and will need a lot of seasoning.
Manuel Margot, Miguel Sano, Jose Berrios, and Bralin Jackson stood out as well. (Chris Mellen)
|2012-12-19 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Does Manuel Margot make the jump to full season ball in 2013? Also, is there anyone aside from him, Buttrey or Vincio that could realistically crash the top half of next year's top 10 list (major breakout potential, in other words)? |
(Matt from Boston, MA)
|I'm expecting Margot to go to short-season Lowell this year. I obviously liked the tools a lot, but feel the pitch recognition and approach isn't really for full-season this year. We shall see, of course, and spring training will be another good look to see where he is.
I think those would be the candidates that are presently outside the radar so to speak. (Chris Mellen)
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