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|2014-09-10 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Rank these bats for me, Kyle Schwarber, Michael Conforte, and Bradley Zimmer? Who has the most impact?|
(mdotmorris22 from Minnesota)
Speaking only bats, I think Schwarber is going to hit the most, but Conforto and Zimmer could still be solid 2nd division types. I'm not sold on Conforto/Zimmer quite yet, I want to see against better competition before jumping to conclusions. (Tucker Blair)
|2014-09-03 14:00:00 (link to chat)||Hey Jordan, do you think Bradley Zimmer will develop the requisite power to project as a serviceable corner outfielder?|
(kiloman from Rockville, MD)
|I don't think he needs to hit for big time power. The hit tool could be solid average, and he helps his team win in other ways. It's not an impact profile, but he should be a major league contributor (Jordan Gorosh)|
|2014-07-15 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Bradley Zimmer, Michael Conforto, or Derek Fisher. Who and in what order do you take for fantasy purposes? |
(Eric from Portland)
|I unfortunately don't have much knowledge of all three. I know most about Zimmer, but that doesn't automatically make him the best of that bunch. (Paul Sporer)|
|2013-11-05 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Is Trea Turner a real deal? Also, Will you prefer Derek Fisher or Bradley Zimmer?|
(Billy Beane from Oakland)
|Provided he shows up in the spring with 80 speed and a clear shortstop profile, yeah he's a dude. I think the toughest question for evaluators will be placing a handicap on his ability to stay healthy through a long pro season. He was dinged up through the spring/summer, and the game will only get more physical. For his profile, it's not just about staying in the lineup, he needs the speed to play to its utmost in order to be a true impact talent.
Fisher is a superior draft prospect at this point. Zimmer made some noise this summer and has, I think, artificially inflated his value. He's still a projection talent, albeit an interesting one, but you're reliant on more changing (strength, swing, etc.) with Zimmer than you are Fisher. Both could fluctuate between first and third rounder depending on their springs, but for my money it's Fisher ahead of Zimmer right now by a decent amount. (Nick J. Faleris)
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