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|2014-09-15 19:30:00 (link to chat)||What SS should I start buying in spades in my deep dynasty league?|
(Max from Reno)
|If someone is down on Xander, I'd buy like crazy. If you're looking for a pre-hype prospect, check out Orlando Arcia. (Ben Carsley)|
|2014-06-25 13:00:00 (link to chat)||You have not been especially positive in your write ups of Orlando Arcia in your Minor League updates.
Considering his age and the FSL isn't he having a pretty impressive season or do you see no projectability in his swing and overall offensive game?|
(Tim from Madtown)
|I wouldn't say it's impressive. It's acceptable. He's just not an impact hitter. He may hit .270-.280 in the majors like he is this year int he FSL, but it will be relatively empty. He doesn't drive the ball at all, and that's in his approach more so than his ability. I actually think he has strong wrists and could have more gap power, but he doesn't approach his at-bats in that way. That said, he's still a nice prospect because of the defensive profile. (Jeff Moore)|
|2014-06-26 14:00:00 (link to chat)||Who is the top pitching Prospect behind Jimmy Nelson and the top Hitting prospect|
(Brewmann04 from new york)
|I'm assuming this references the Brewers' minor-league system. The Brewers' top pitching prospect behind Nelson is Devin Williams, who could legitimately flirt with the Top 101 Prospects next winter. As far as position prospects are concerned, it's perhaps more difficult to pin that down. Tyrone Taylor and Orlando Arcia are guys who could be starters at the major-league level if the bats progress enough, but Monte Harrison might have something to say about that before the year is done. It's also been nice to see Clint Coulter rebound a bit. (J.P. Breen)|
|2014-06-26 14:00:00 (link to chat)||Oswaldo Arcia or Orlando Arcia? GO!|
(BeerTheDeer from Milwaukee)
|Oswaldo. I like that Orlando can play a legitimate shortstop, but the bat is still a question mark. I think Oswaldo Arcia can hit major-league pitching and be a 20+ homer guy. The defense is a question mark, but I'll take the stick. (J.P. Breen)|
|2013-07-12 19:30:00 (link to chat)||How'd the Brewers do considering no first rounder? Is the system improving?|
(Titus from Wisconsin)
|They got a first round caliber player in Devin Williams, who was one of my favorite arms in the draft class. There's also some upside in picks like Uhen and Hllis. The system on the whole has seen its share of successes and set backs -- right now two of my favorite prospects are both Low-A Brewers kids -- Orlando Arcia and Tyrone Taylor. Taylor in particular should get a really nice bump in prospect land as everyone's new lists start to roll out. (Nick Faleris on Draft Signing Day)|
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