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Portrait of Taylor Guerrieri

Taylor Guerrieri PRays

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2014 Projections (Preseason PECOTA - seasonal age 21)
IP ERA WHIP SO W L SV WARP
48.3 5.17 1.53 29 3 4 0 -0.3
Birth Date12-1-1992
Height6' 3"
Weight195 lbs
Age21 years, 10 months, 22 days
BatsR
ThrowsR
2010
2011
2012
2013
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WARP Summary

Standard

YEAR TEAM AGE G GS IP IP-SP IP-RP W L SV BS QS BQS PA H R ER HR TB BB UBB HBP SO ERA FIP FRA VORP WARP

Advanced

'opp' stats - Quality of opponents faced - have been moved and are available only as OPP_QUAL in the Statistics reports now.
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YEAR Team Lg G GS IP FRA FRA+ TAv oppAVG oppOBP oppSLG oppTAv BABIP PPF PVORP PWARP VORP WARP
2012 HUD A- 12 12 52.0 3.26 124 .188 .246 .326 .348 .269 .243 97 10.5 1.1 10.5 1.1
2013 BGR A 14 14 67.0 5.03 94 .217 .254 .321 .380 .258 .266 104 5.9 0.6 5.9 0.6
2014 RAY Rk 5 5 9.3 5.06 99 .182 .236 .321 .325 .256 .280 102 1.2 0.1 1.2 0.1

Statistics For All Levels

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Year Team Lg W L SV G GS IP H BB SO HR GB% BABIP H/9 BB/9 HR/9 K/9 WHIP ERA VORP WARP
2012 HUD A- 1 2 0 12 12 52.0 35 5 45 0 66% .243 6.1 0.9 0.0 7.8 0.77 1.04 10.5 1.1
2013 BGR A 6 2 0 14 14 67.0 54 12 51 5 67% .266 7.3 1.6 0.7 6.9 0.99 2.01 5.9 0.6
2014 RAY Rk 0 0 0 5 5 9.3 7 2 10 0 84% .280 6.8 1.9 0.0 9.6 0.96 0.00 1.2 0.1

Plate Discipline

YEAR PITCHES ZONE_RT SWING_RT CONTACT_RT Z_SWING_RT O_SWING_RT Z_CONTACT_RT O_CONTACT_RT SW_STRK_RT

Injury History

Date On Date Off Transaction Days Games Side Body Part Injury Severity Surgery Date Reaggravation
2014-05-27 - Minors - - - Elbow Recovery From Surgery Tommy John Surgery - Was on Suspended List To Start Season 2013-07-24
2013-07-16 2013-09-05 Minors 51 0 Right Elbow Surgery Tommy John Surgery 2013-07-24

Compensation

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Details

2014 Preseason Forecast

Last Update: 3/11/2014 05:35 ET

PCT W L SV G GS IP H BB SO HR BABIP WHIP ERA FRA VORP WARP
90o 4.3 4.5 0 15 15 70.1 60 23 42 7 .247 1.18 3.77 4.09 7.3 0.7
80o 3.7 4.3 0 13 13 62.3 58 22 37 7 .264 1.29 4.22 4.59 2.8 0.3
70o 3.2 4.1 0 12 12 56.8 57 22 34 7 .276 1.38 4.56 4.96 0.1 0.0
60o 2.9 4 0 11 11 52.4 55 21 31 7 .287 1.45 4.86 5.28 -1.7 -0.2
50o 2.6 3.8 0 10 10 48.3 53 20 29 7 .297 1.52 5.15 5.59 -3.2 -0.3
40o 2.3 3.7 0 10 10 44.3 51 20 27 6 .307 1.60 5.44 5.91 -4.4 -0.4
30o 2 3.5 0 9 9 40.2 49 19 24 6 .317 1.68 5.75 6.26 -5.4 -0.5
20o 1.6 3.2 0 8 8 35.5 46 17 21 6 .330 1.78 6.14 6.67 -6.1 -0.6
10o 1.2 2.9 0 6 6 29.3 41 16 18 5 .348 1.93 6.69 7.27 -6.6 -0.7
Weighted Mean2.53.70101047.35120286.2941.505.095.54-2.9-0.3

Diagnostics

Breakout Rate Improve Rate Collapse Rate Attrition Rate MLB %
0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Long-Term Forecast (Beyond the 2014 Projections)

Playing time estimates are based on performance, not Depth Charts.
Year Age W L SV G GS IP H BB SO HR GB% BABIP WHIP ERA FRA H/9 BB/9 K/9 HR/9 WARP
20152281003030188187701412355.2891.364.344.728.93.36.71.10.1
2016239903030192182691472355.2791.313.974.318.53.26.91.11.0
2017247902727158161591172055.2931.394.504.899.23.46.71.1-0.2
2018257802626152153521101955.2891.354.264.639.13.16.51.10.3
2019267802525145146521081955.2891.374.344.719.13.26.71.20.1
2020277802626156152491191955.2871.293.994.348.82.86.91.10.8
2021288802727159153471231955.2851.263.844.178.72.77.01.11.2
2022297802626158154451191955.2871.263.914.258.82.66.81.11.0
2023307802626153150431141955.2871.263.874.218.82.56.71.11.1

Upside By Year

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 PEAK 5
0.2out of baseball34.43.63.518.2

Comparable Players (Similarity Index 90)

Rank Score Name Year Run Average Trend
1 96 Domingo Tapia 2013 0.00 DNP
2 95 Patrick Corbin 2011 0.00 DNP
3 94 Brandon Maurer 2012 0.00 DNP
4 94 Vance Worley 2009 0.00 DNP
5 94 Stephen Landazuri 2013 0.00 DNP
6 94 Jeremy Hellickson 2008 0.00 DNP
7 93 Clayton Cook 2012 0.00 DNP
8 93 Alex Sanabia 2010 3.98
9 92 Ryan Tucker 2008 8.27
10 92 Jose A. Ramirez 2011 0.00 DNP
11 92 Alexander Perez 2011 0.00 DNP
12 92 Zach McAllister 2009 0.00 DNP
13 92 Dan Cortes 2008 0.00 DNP
14 92 Erasmo Ramirez 2011 0.00 DNP
15 92 Elvis Araujo 2013 0.00 DNP
16 92 Jarred Cosart 2011 0.00 DNP
17 92 Jose Urena 2013 0.00 DNP
18 92 J.C. Ramirez 2010 0.00 DNP
19 91 Chuck Lofgren 2007 0.00 DNP
20 91 Garrett Gould 2013 0.00 DNP
21 91 Zach Phillips 2008 0.00 DNP
22 91 David Baker 2012 0.00 DNP
23 91 Albert Campos 2012 0.00 DNP
24 91 Allen Webster 2011 0.00 DNP
25 91 Jordan Walden 2009 0.00 DNP
26 91 Wilfredo Boscan 2011 0.00 DNP
27 91 Kelvin Herrera 2011 13.50
28 91 Nick Kingham 2013 0.00 DNP
29 91 Ruben Alaniz 2012 0.00 DNP
30 91 Greg Billo 2012 0.00 DNP
31 90 Steve Garrison 2008 0.00 DNP
32 90 Michael Pineda 2010 0.00 DNP
33 90 Jorge Bucardo 2011 0.00 DNP
34 90 Eswarlin Jimenez 2013 0.00 DNP
35 90 Colton Cain 2012 0.00 DNP
36 90 Brett Oberholtzer 2011 0.00 DNP
37 90 Jon Niese 2008 7.07
38 90 Kyle Ryan 2013 0.00 DNP
39 89 T.J. House 2011 0.00 DNP
40 89 Will Lamb 2012 0.00 DNP
41 89 Manuel Rivera 2011 0.00 DNP
42 89 Josue Carreno 2012 0.00 DNP
43 89 Jake Odorizzi 2011 0.00 DNP
44 89 Matt Lollis 2012 0.00 DNP
45 89 Oswaldo Sosa 2007 0.00 DNP
46 89 Felipe Rivero 2013 0.00 DNP
47 89 Joe Wieland 2011 0.00 DNP
48 89 Giovanni Soto 2012 0.00 DNP
49 89 Tyler Chatwood 2011 5.20
50 89 Jacob Thompson 2011 0.00 DNP
51 89 Jeurys Familia 2011 0.00 DNP
52 89 Ian Krol 2012 0.00 DNP
53 89 Daniel Tuttle 2012 0.00 DNP
54 88 Zack Dodson 2012 0.00 DNP
55 88 Hector Rondon 2009 0.00 DNP
56 88 Nick Additon 2009 0.00 DNP
57 88 Tim Berry 2012 0.00 DNP
58 88 Anthony Swarzak 2007 0.00 DNP
59 88 Alex Burgos 2012 0.00 DNP
60 88 Shairon Martis 2008 6.10
61 88 Edwin Escobar 2013 0.00 DNP
62 88 Tyler Robertson 2009 0.00 DNP
63 88 Mike Foltynewicz 2013 0.00 DNP
64 88 Daniel Corcino 2012 0.00 DNP
65 88 Kelvin De La Cruz 2010 0.00 DNP
66 88 Vin Mazzaro 2008 0.00 DNP
67 88 Edgar Olmos 2011 0.00 DNP
68 88 Brett Marshall 2011 0.00 DNP
69 88 Jhoulys Chacin 2009 4.91
70 88 Nick Tropeano 2012 0.00 DNP
71 88 Patrick Schuster 2012 0.00 DNP
72 87 Carlos Carrasco 2008 0.00 DNP
73 87 Jason Adam 2013 0.00 DNP
74 87 Ezequiel Infante 2010 0.00 DNP
75 87 Evan Rutckyj 2013 0.00 DNP
76 87 Clayton Tanner 2009 0.00 DNP
77 87 Matt Magill 2011 0.00 DNP
78 87 Omar Poveda 2009 0.00 DNP
79 87 Cody Hebner 2012 0.00 DNP
80 87 Marcos Frias 2010 0.00 DNP
81 87 Nick Barnese 2010 0.00 DNP
82 87 Justin Nicolino 2013 0.00 DNP
83 87 Matt Crouse 2012 0.00 DNP
84 87 Henderson Alvarez 2011 3.68
85 87 Jesse Biddle 2013 0.00 DNP
86 87 Robbie Ray 2013 0.00 DNP
87 87 Ruben Mejia 2013 0.00 DNP
88 86 Liam Hendriks 2010 0.00 DNP
89 86 Jordan Shipers 2012 0.00 DNP
90 86 Jeff Locke 2009 0.00 DNP
91 86 Trevor Reckling 2010 0.00 DNP
92 86 Wilmer Font 2011 0.00 DNP
93 86 Homer Bailey 2007 6.35
94 86 Aaron Thompson 2008 0.00 DNP
95 86 Su-Min Jung 2011 0.00 DNP
96 86 Chaz Roe 2008 0.00 DNP
97 86 Timothy Melville 2011 0.00 DNP
98 86 Nicholas Struck 2011 0.00 DNP
99 86 Kyle Lobstein 2011 0.00 DNP
100 86 Parker Markel 2012 0.00 DNP

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BP Annual Player Comments

YearComment
2014 Due to publishing agreements, the 2014 player comments and team essays are only available in the Baseball Prospectus 2014 book (available in hardcopy, e-book, and Kindle).
2013 Guerrieri exceeded the first-round hype, overwhelming the New York-Penn League, where he executed and commanded his pitches as well as any Hudson Valley Renegade since Jeremy Hellickson. Guerrieri's smooth, fluid delivery produces a heavy, low-90s fastball and a power curve some think is already big league. It's too early to know whether to go with a scout's 2011 rave that Guerrieri was the best high-school arm he'd ever seen or to downgrade him a little, as BP's Jason Parks did a year later, projecting Guerrieri as "a solid number three." But as soon as Archer leaves the Rays' farm for good, Guerrieri inherits the mantle as the organization's top pitching prospect—and its accompanying expectations.
2012 He fell to the 24th spot of the first round after a mixture of off-the-field issues led him to switch high schools and he appeared committed to his favorite South Carolina Gamecocks program. Guerreiri said in an interview shortly after his selection that the issue was a one-time thing and the team scouting director added there had been misinformation related to the incident. (A simple Google search shows a court case related to a car accident, but the case was dismissed and the organization appears to be satisfied with its due diligence.) The fact remains the prep-school star dialed it up to 97 miles per hour before the draft and showed scouts a very good curveball—the kind of stuff that should not be available with the 24th pick of the draft.

BP Articles

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  Title Author Date
The 2011 Redraft: Redoing a Deep First RoundBaseball Prospectus2014-07-02
BP Unfiltered: Do the Rays Have a Drug Problem?Ben Lindbergh2014-04-02
25-and-Under Talent Rankings: Ranking All 30 Teams from Top to BottomJason Parks2014-03-03
25-and-Under Talent Rankings: Ranking All 30 Teams from Top to BottomBP Prospect Staff2014-03-03
This article requires BP Fantasy or Premium accessTTO Scoresheet Podcast: Starting PitchersBen Murphy2014-02-28
This article requires BP Fantasy or Premium accessTTO Scoresheet Podcast: Starting PitchersIan Lefkowitz2014-02-28
This article requires BP Fantasy or Premium accessTTO Scoresheet Podcast: Starting PitchersJared Weiss2014-02-28
This article requires BP Fantasy or Premium accessGet to Know: Starting Pitcher ProspectsCraig Goldstein2014-02-26
This article requires BP Fantasy or Premium accessGet to Know: Starting Pitcher ProspectsBen Carsley2014-02-26
This article requires BP Premium accessPebble Hunting: The Importance of Top Prospect TrajectoriesSam Miller2014-02-12
BP Experts Prospect Mock Draft: Rounds 8-10Bret Sayre2014-02-05
This article requires BP Premium accessProspects Will Break Your Heart: Colorado Rockies Top 10 ProspectsJason Parks2014-01-08
Prospects Will Break Your Heart: Tampa Bay Rays Top 10 ProspectsJason Parks2013-12-20
This article requires BP Premium accessDaily Roundup: Around the League: July 25, 2013Clint Chisam2013-07-25
This article requires BP Premium accessMinor League Update: USA Futures Game Roster EditionZach Mortimer2013-07-11
This article requires BP Premium accessDaily Roundup: Around the League: July 9, 2013Clint Chisam2013-07-09
This article requires BP Fantasy or Premium accessThe Top 50 Fantasy Prospects: Midseason UpdateBret Sayre2013-07-08
This article requires BP Premium accessDaily Roundup: Around the League: June 28, 2013Clint Chisam2013-06-28
This article requires BP Premium accessProspects Will Break Your Heart: Gettin' Down With the Futures Game RostersJason Parks2013-06-27
This article requires BP Premium accessProspects Will Break Your Heart: The Mid-Season Top 50 ProspectsJason Parks2013-06-25
This article requires BP Premium accessThe Minors: First Half RecapJason Parks2013-06-20
This article requires BP Premium accessMinor League Update: Games of June 14-16Zach Mortimer2013-06-17
This article requires BP Premium accessMinor League Update: Games of June 1-2Zach Mortimer2013-06-03
This article requires BP Premium accessMinor League Update: Games of May 10-12Zach Mortimer2013-05-13
Monday Morning Ten Pack: Prospects We Can't Wait to Put Our Eyes on in 2013BP Prospect Staff2013-04-08
Prospects Will Break Your Heart: Pulling a Fernandez: 2014 CandidatesJason Parks2013-04-04
Top Tools: Best PitchesBP Prospect Staff2013-04-01
This article requires BP Fantasy or Premium accessTop 100 Dynasty League Prospects: Part Two: 51-100Bret Sayre2013-03-11
This article requires BP Fantasy or Premium accessTop 100 Dynasty League Prospects: Part Two: 51-100Josh Shepardson2013-03-11
BP Unfiltered: Top 101 Prospects of 2013, Sliced and DicedRob McQuown2013-02-26
Prospects Will Break Your Heart: Top 101 ProspectsJason Parks2013-02-25
This article requires BP Premium accessProspects Will Break Your Heart: Tampa Bay Rays Top 10 ProspectsJason Parks2013-02-12
This article requires BP Premium accessMinor League Update: Games of September 10Bradley Ankrom2012-09-11
Monday Morning Ten Pack: Most Memorable Prospect DebutsBradley Ankrom2012-09-10
Monday Morning Ten Pack: Most Memorable Prospect DebutsChris Mellen2012-09-10
Monday Morning Ten Pack: Most Memorable Prospect DebutsJason Parks2012-09-10
Monday Morning Ten Pack: Most Memorable Prospect DebutsHudson Belinsky2012-09-10
This article requires BP Premium accessMinor League Update: Games of September 3Bradley Ankrom2012-09-04
This article requires BP Premium accessFuture Shock: Monday Morning Ten PackKevin Goldstein2012-08-27
This article requires BP Premium accessProspects Will Break Your Heart: Too High/Too Low Jason Parks2012-08-09
This article requires BP Premium accessFuture Shock: 2013 Futures Game RostersKevin Goldstein2012-07-11
This article requires BP Premium accessFuture Shock Blog: Minor League Update: Games of June 20Kevin Goldstein2012-06-21
This article requires BP Premium accessProspects Will Break Your Heart: What Could Go Wrong in 2012: Los Angeles Dodgers Jason Parks2012-05-17
This article requires BP Premium accessProspects Will Break Your Heart: What Could Go Wrong in 2012: Tampa Bay RaysJason Parks2012-05-01
This article requires BP Premium accessFuture Shock: AL East Prospect PreviewKevin Goldstein2012-03-27
This article requires BP Premium accessFuture Shock: Top Nine High-Ceiling Prospect RotationsKevin Goldstein2012-02-21
This article requires BP Premium accessFuture Shock: Tampa Bay Rays Top 11 ProspectsKevin Goldstein2012-02-20


BP Chats

DateQuestionAnswer
2014-01-06 13:00:00 (link to chat)Roughly where would Mike Foltyniewicz (sp?) and Taylor Guerrieri rank on a prospect list right now?
(Rex Little from Big Bear CA)
Foltynewicz would be above Guerrieri. Guerrieri has a suspension and some makeup concerns to deal with. It's taken Folty some time to gain some traction as a prospect, but that's one live arm right there. (Jeff Moore)
2014-01-02 13:00:00 (link to chat)Roughly where on a prospect list would Mike Foltyniewicz (sp?) and Taylor Guerrieri rank right now?
(Rex Little from Big Bear CA)
They're both in the back 50 of a top 100 for me. I think I'd have Folty higher, thanks to Guerrieri's injury. Folty is a future 3, who can rack up a bunch of innings. I think Guerrieri has the higher ceiling but is probably a bit more enigmatic. Maybe more of a Matt Garza-type (not a comp based on repertoire, but just in terms of mixing above-average and below-average performances). (Craig Goldstein)
2013-09-27 13:00:00 (link to chat)Who will be the new Rays #1 prospect?
(Paul from St.Pete)
The top buy might still be Taylor Guerrieri, even with Tommy John surgery. (Mark Anderson)
2013-04-16 20:00:00 (link to chat)took over a clunker in a dynasty league and decent SP is non-existant on the wire. was able to trade for and pick up some SP prospects (archer, gausman, taillon and cingrani). any other young guys i should target? just missed out on wheeler. my trade chips are ellsbury, morse and papelbon.
(phin from Milwaukee)
Target the next wave of potential studs. Max Fried, Aaron Sanchez, Archie Bradley and Taylor Guerrieri are all potential top-25 prospects next year. (Bret Sayre)
2013-02-25 11:00:00 (link to chat)If Archer's stuff is NC-17 nasty, if Taylor Guerrieri performs to expectations or his ceiling...how nasty can/would he be?
(jlarsen from Chicago)
R rated with some sex scenes and general violence. Not appropriate for kids. (Jason Parks on the Top 101 Prospects)
2013-02-19 13:00:00 (link to chat)What are your thoughts on the following arms, as far as ceiling and likelihood to reach it: Taylor Guerrieri, Tyrell Jenkins, Victor Sanchez and Jose Castillo
(Kai from SLO)
I'm getting a ton of prospect questions from Kai, among others, and while I truly appreciate that you thought me worthy of answering them, I feel I'd be doing a disservice by not redirecting you to the far superior sources of prospect knowledge at BP. I'm not a scout, and I don't get to a ton of minor-league games, so much of my prospect knowledge comes from A) looking at stats, which offer an incomplete picture of minor-league players' potential, and B) reading the work more scouting-inclined prospect writers produce, at BP and elsewhere.

I could just rehash what I've read or tell you what the stats say, but you'd get a more complete picture by going to a primary source. Jason Parks, Nick Faleris, Mark Anderson, Chris Mellen, Jason Cole & Co. are always willing to answer questions promptly via email and on Twitter. (Ben Lindbergh)
2013-02-14 13:00:00 (link to chat)Who should I drop in my upcoming draft (I am thinking longer term in a keeper league): Daniel Norris Taylor Guerrieri J.O. Berrios Addison Reed Nolan Arenado Jedd Gyorko I need to drop at least two, but I will probably find better value than these guys in the 3rd and 4th rounds of the draft as well.
(sitdancer from Dc)
Berrios & Norris. Nothing against their talent, they're just the biggest risks among this list. (Paul Sporer)
2013-02-26 14:00:00 (link to chat)Taylor Guerrieri stand a chance of becoming a frontline starter for me?
(Joe Maddon from TB)
A few years down the road, sure. If Matt Moore (who is locked up through 2019, if the club options in his extension are exercised) breaks out as expected and sticks around, he and Guerrieri could form one of the league's best 1-2 tandems come 2016-2017. (Daniel Rathman)
2013-01-16 13:30:00 (link to chat)Can you compare the potential of AJ Cole and Taylor Guerrieri? Both seem to have very bright futures with their respective organizations that have a history of developing high quality arms
(Kai from SLO)
Very different prospects for me. Cole is a pure arm strength guy that is still learning how to pitch. Guerrieri has an advanced feel for pitching and he turned in a tremendous season in the NYPL, even with reduced velocity.

Guerrieri is a considerably better prospect in my eyes. He carries less risk and still has a considerable ceiling. Cole is very raw and has a lot more flame-out potential. (Mark Anderson)
2012-09-20 13:00:00 (link to chat)Jason - congrats on putting a great team together, and thanks. Wondering if you can help clarify my confusion on Taylor Guerrieri? He seemed like a great pick for the Rays late in the first round last year as some reports had him with the third best stuff in the class after Bundy and Bradley. The Rays took it slow with him, as they often do, but when Guerrieri pitched his performance was sublime, at least statistically. So why does it seem some have cooled on him? I'm now hearing he only has 2 pitches and is viewed as a middle of the rotation guy. Has his stuff dropped a notch? Otherwise it seems bizarre that a guy with his pedigree and performance wouldn't be in the discussion of the very elite pitching prospects.
(Jake from Kalamazoo)
It's not uncommon for HS arms to lose a tick on the velo when they enter pro ball; the competition is superior, so you have to learn to pitch and not just throw, the demands on the arm more extreme (throwing more frequently), and often you have to sacrifice for improved command.

Taylor G is still a very good prospect, but he's not the same arm he was in HS. That might not be a bad thing at the end of the developmental process. He has a very heavy/lively FB thrown in the low-90s, which was a mid-upper 90s pitch at certain times as an amateur. His CB is still a big -time major league pitch. He has a good (but not great delivery), and his arm works pretty well, so the sharp control isn't much of a shock, and that makes me think a good changeup will eventually develop. If he develops into a quality #3 starter, the Rays will be extremely satisfied, and that should go for the fans as well. Most 1st round talents arrive with lofty ceilings, and most fail to reach those ceilings. #3 starters are extremely valuable, and we shouldn't look down on the current projection based on expectations created by the previous projection. Players change. He will most likely change again. You have to re-evaluate. (Jason Parks)
2012-10-08 13:00:00 (link to chat)Hey, thanks for the chat. So how did Taylor Guerrieri look when you saw him in September? Do you want him or Aaron Sanchez in a lifetime keeper league?
(Rob from Alaska)
I like both quite a bit, but Sanchez has the higher upside. Guerrieri profiles as more of a mid-rotation guy, whereas Sanchez could develop into a strong two or better. (Bradley Ankrom)
2012-10-08 13:00:00 (link to chat)Hey, thanks for the chat. So how did Taylor Guerrieri look when you saw him in September? Do you want him or Aaron Sanchez in a lifetime keeper league?
(Rob from Alaska)
I like both quite a bit, but Sanchez has the higher upside. Guerrieri profiles as more of a mid-rotation guy, whereas Sanchez could develop into a strong two or better. (Bradley Ankrom)
2012-09-10 13:00:00 (link to chat)Aaron Sanchez or Taylor Guerreri?
(Rob from Alaska)
Can I let you know after I see Taylor Guerrieri tonight? (Bradley Ankrom)


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