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Reynaldo Lopez is referenced in the following articles.
|Monday Morning Ten Pack: September 2, 2014||BP Prospect Staff||2014-09-02|
|Monday Morning Ten Pack: August 25, 2014||BP Prospect Staff||2014-08-25|
|Eyewitness Accounts: August 21, 2014||Tucker Blair||2014-08-21|
|2014-09-10 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Are the Nationals one of the more underrated farm systems? Besides having the best pitcher in the minors, they seem to have a lot of toolsy, high-upside type of guys. And they have Reynaldo Lopez.|
(Shawn from Cubicle)
|I think they are, partially because I was able to watch Hagerstown all season.
3 impact arms in Gioltio, Lopez, Cole
Nick Pivetta and Jake Johansen have ability
Rafael Bautista, Wilmer Difo, Drew Ward
It's a nice group, and that was basically only Hagerstown. Pedro Severino is a solid defense-first C for Potomac, and they still have a few guys like Brian Goodwin, Matt Skole, etc that could potentially provide impact. (Tucker Blair)
|2014-09-10 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Congrats on being first on the explosion of Reynaldo Lopez...How high would you place R
Him on the offseason prospect rankings both for Washington and nationally? Would he be in the top 100 conversation?|
(Festivus313 from Pittsburgh)
|Thanks, although I should note that the industry has known about Reynaldo a lot longer than I have. As always.
I think very highly of Reynaldo. He is a no doubt top 100 for me. Elite FB command along with present command and potential for plus command? That is a ridiculous combination and does not even factor in the potential average + secondary offerings. I know prospects tend to be "buzzed" too high, but this is seriously one of the best arms I watched all year. He deserves the buzz. (Tucker Blair)
|2014-09-10 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Rank this dominican arms Domingo German michael feliz Alex reyes and Reynaldo lopez.|
(Jeffrey from New York)
|1. Reynaldo Lopez
2. Alex Reyes
3. Domingo German
4. Michael Feliz (Tucker Blair)
|2014-09-10 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Favorite breakout prospect candidates for 2015?|
(Festivus313 from Pittsburgh)
|So many to choose from (i'm going to miss a ton here):
Manuel Margot - Red Sox - I think his breakout season was "technically" this season, but the natural bat to ball ability is ridiculous with him. Red Sox have a big-time talent here.
Josh Hart - Orioles - Poor numbers but the tools are all there. I expect to see more from him in the future.
Can I still choose Reynaldo Lopez?
One other guy I really liked in my brief stint: Marlins Michael Mader - live arm that is one to watch. Don't think it's top 101 worthy, but he could be a solid starter prospect. (Tucker Blair)
|2014-09-10 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Name your favorite "sleeper" Nationals prospect and your favorite Carolina League "sleeper"?
Also, are you watching Reynaldo Lopez in-person tomorrow night?|
(NatsGM from THE NatsGM Studios)
|I'm going to try my best to make it. Unfortunately, I am a Ravens fan and they play tomorrow. Spare me your miserable jabs and comments please. I've had enough this week.
Spencer Kieboom is a 23yo C in Low-A, but I know the Nats like him and he's a potential backup type. I think more role 4 than anything. He's under the radar because of his age, but he's not an org guy. Also, 60 grade last name. (Tucker Blair)
|2014-08-19 14:00:00 (link to chat)||Besides Giolito and Cole, and now that Souza and Taylor have both played in MLB, is there a Nats minor league prospect worth talking about?|
(Charlie from Rockville)
|I have heard Reynaldo Lopez has been hitting triple digits. (CJ Wittmann)|
No BP Roundtables have mentioned this guy.