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Mitch Nay is referenced in the following articles.
|2016 Prospects: Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects||BP Prospect Staff||2016-02-09|
|2016 Prospects: Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects||Ezra Wise||2016-02-09|
|Get to Know: Third Base Prospects||Ben Carsley||2016-02-04|
|Monday Morning Ten Pack: July 27, 2015||BP Prospect Staff||2015-07-27|
|Notes from the Field: July 22, 2015||BP Prospect Staff||2015-07-22|
|Minor League Update: Games of June 8, 2015||Jeff Moore||2015-06-09|
|Get to Know: Third-Base Prospects||Ben Carsley||2015-01-27|
|Overthinking It: The BP Staff Tries to Trade, and Trade for, David Price||Baseball Prospectus||2014-06-27|
|Overthinking It: The BP Staff Tries to Trade, and Trade for, David Price||Ben Lindbergh||2014-06-27|
|Prospects Will Break Your Heart: 2014 Organizational Rankings||Jason Parks||2014-02-26|
|Dynasty League Positional Rankings: Top 50 Third Basemen||Bret Sayre||2014-02-14|
|Prospects Will Break Your Heart: Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects||Jason Parks||2013-12-06|
|Notes from the Field: Spring Training Scouting Reports||Zach Mortimer||2013-03-27|
|2014-07-22 15:00:00 (link to chat)||Have you gotten to see Mitch Nay and/or Stryker Trahan lately? How are their developments going?|
(Howie from NYC)
|Nay has had to adjust/readjust a few times already this year. Has had some pitch rec issues, and the defense is suspect. I think he's a tweener/platoon masher at the end of the day. Dude can hit, but I don't think it's an every day profile.
Trahan looked abysmal when I saw him. Long, slow, out of whack. Going to need to make some big overhauls to make it above AA. (Jordan Gorosh)
|2014-05-15 20:00:00 (link to chat)||Two 3B prospects that seem to be hitting well: Hunter Dozier and Mitch Nay. What's your thoughts on them? High ceilings?|
(Karl from San Angelo)
|I'm a bigger fan of Dozier as he's the better hitter. Nay has a little more power, but his minor league numbers overstate his fantasy potential and I'm not sure how much of that power is usable. Dozier's ceiling is a high-average, decent power third baseman. Those are in pretty high demand these days. (Bret Sayre)|
|2014-03-27 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Between Hunter Dozier and Mitch Nay, who has the higher ceiling and who has the higher floor? Also, what position do you see each most likely to settle into?|
(digiderek from Nevada)
|Based on what I know, I'd lean toward Dozier on both. He seems more likely to stick on the left side of the infield, presumably at third base, which takes pressure off his bat. I don't know where Nay lands defensively. (R.J. Anderson)|
|2013-07-29 11:00:00 (link to chat)||Are there any high ceiling prospects in this group: Jairo Labourt, Adonys Cardona, Dawel Lugo, Yeyfry Del Rosario, Mitch Nay, Dalton Pompey, Santiago Nessy, Dickie Thon, Jesus Tinoco, Rowdy Tellez.|
(Jack from Toronto)
|Guys that I've seen or heard enough to talk about:
Labourt: intriguing arm that needs to be looked at more closely
Cardona: may never command his stuff enough to be relevant
Nay: Impressive Raw power, still developing other aspects of his game
Dalton Pompey: smart ball player, most likely a solid organizational player.
Nessy: Raw power with some arm strength behind the plate. Excellent leadership ability, looked very good in spring training.
Dickie Thon: Always plays well when I'm in attendance. (Zach Mortimer)
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