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|2016-03-21 13:00:00 (link to chat)||I thought I read somewhere that some teams have worries about Delvin Perez's work ethic. Is this true? Have you heard similar rumors? |
(Sam from Clifton)
|Hearsay about a teenaged boy's personality flaws is always a subject I'm loath to Delvin to.
(soaks up applause, bows)
But seriously, there's a thin line among teenagers from Competitive to Arrogant to Total Prick to Legitimate Bad Person, and as much effort as scouts put into a kid like Perez, they don't always have all the information, and judgments about others' personalities are entirely subjective. What one organization might view as Total Prick another might view as competitive fire, while the same organization might write off as passive a player who just feels a little uncomfortable or is softspoken. So short of any real evidence that a teenager is a Legitimately Bad Guy, I try not to worry about stuff like that. (Michael Baumann)
|2016-03-28 13:00:00 (link to chat)||
Is Buddy Reed going to "hit" at the next level or his just going to be a great athlete? Would you prefer Stenzel, Ray or the HS Rutherford, Moniak, SS from PR?|
(Frank from San Diego)
|I do think Buddy is going to hit, actually, though I think he'll always be better from one side of the plate than the other. I see him as a loose Dexter Fowler comp in the best-case. And, like Fowler, I think there's offense he will grow into as he goes into his mid-and-later 20s.
If I want safety, I'll go Senzel. If I want upside, I'll go Ray or Delvin Perez, the Puerto Rican SS. Which one I want has to do with my current farm system and how much pool I'm playing with. (Adam McInturff)
|2016-01-29 11:00:00 (link to chat)||Just for fun, about where would guys like Jason Groome, Blake Rutherford, Alec Hanson, Corey Ray, Buddy Reed and Delvin Perez rank within this list?|
(Ben from NY)
|I turned to Chris Crawford for this, as I've not focused on 2016 guys in depth at this point. He said it's safe to say Groome, Perez, Hanson and Ray all would be in the 101 somewhere. (Top 101 Chat with Craig Goldstein)|
|2016-01-20 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Some think Delvin Perez is a better talent than even Rutherford in the upcoming draft. What are you thoughts? Stick with Rutherford who most scouts have tracked for a couple of years or Perez who came out of nowhere it seems?|
(Gary from Ellicott City)
|Based on what I've heard recently/video (YEP, VIDEO), Perez by a significant margin. That's not to say I don't like Rutherford, he's the second best prep hitting prospect in this draft, and he MIGHT establish himself ahead of Perez with a big year. But Perez has that "you know, this guy could go 1.1" feel. Never have gotten that feeling with Rutherford. (Christopher Crawford)|
|2015-08-12 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Outside of Pint, who are some players I should watch for at the UA game in Chicago this weekend? |
(Cosmo from Chicago)
|First of all, whomever decided to make the UA game and the PG event the same weekend is evil. Evil I tell you.
But Pint is definitely the best name to watch there, also watch for Delvin Perez, a few people have used the word "stud" in describing him. Seth Beer, Jesus Luzardo, Bo Bichette. THere's a lot of talent there. Also say hi to Mauricio Rubio. He'll be there. (Christopher Crawford)
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