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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:14 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Alonso apparently has put on roughly 30 pounds since draft day. What's with the Mets and teaching nutrition lol


Yeah, from a recent Keith Law chat:

Andrew: Have you seen or heard anything about Pete Alonso? What are your thoughts on him? Thank you.
Keith Law: Heard he got way too big.

And Law doesn't seem to think Dom's weight is an issue, so you gotta think it's significantly worse than that.

I doubt he's heavier than Dom.



He apparently is 260ish, "notably larger than college or even last year" . No idea what Dom weighs. Alonso is listed at 6'3 however, Dom is likely what? 5'11?

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Just spoke to someone-"Very, very big. Legit 7 power, swing has improved, brutal reports at 1b"

-Awful reviews on Paez

-Stajdujar "as bad as the numbers"

-Winaker "unimpressive"

-Brodey "a shot to be an extra/role player"

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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-Dunn's shoulder believed to be "minor", possibly impingement

-Writers openly scoff at the Mets public comments on injuries including at the minor league level. Mets now have a rep of flat out lying.

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Bashlor worked himself into a jam to start the 9th, bringing the tying run to the plate with nobody out. He then struck out 3 in a row, dialing it up to 97.

Binghamton wins game 1!


So, does Bashlor have anything more than a fastball? His k/9 rate is certainly impressive. With only 14 Double-A innings, I'm guessing he repeats at Bingo next year.


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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Bashlor worked himself into a jam to start the 9th, bringing the tying run to the plate with nobody out. He then struck out 3 in a row, dialing it up to 97.

Binghamton wins game 1!


So, does Bashlor have anything more than a fastball? His k/9 rate is certainly impressive. With only 14 Double-A innings, I'm guessing he repeats at Bingo next year.



Slurvy CB, also occasionally throws a CU. FB is the break and butter though.

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Bashlor worked himself into a jam to start the 9th, bringing the tying run to the plate with nobody out. He then struck out 3 in a row, dialing it up to 97.

Binghamton wins game 1!


So, does Bashlor have anything more than a fastball? His k/9 rate is certainly impressive. With only 14 Double-A innings, I'm guessing he repeats at Bingo next year.



Slurvy CB, also occasionally throws a CU. FB is the break and butter though.


Thanks--in your estimation, does he rank roughly above, with, or below the guys we picked up at the deadline?


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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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I think they are all pretty closely grouped together (along with Uceta). Depends who you ask on preference

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Thanks--in your estimation, does he rank roughly above, with, or below the guys we picked up at the deadline?


John Manuel briefly touched upon this in last week's Prospect Hot Sheet chat:

"Ryan (New York): Out of all the arms the Mets have received in their trades this year, do any of them or Bashlor/Uceta have the potential to be a set up man or closer for them in the future?

John Manuel: To put it mildly, I’m not super enthused with the haul. Jacob Rhame is interesting and close to MLB ready, and Jamie Callahan and Stephen Nogosek have had their moments, but Ryder Ryan probably has the highest upside. It’s a fairly fresh arm that’s been up to 98, and he’s got a good body."


Read more at http://www.baseballamerica.com/minors/p ... MLwZ9p8.99


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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Curtis Granderson is hitting .100 for the Dodgers.

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Thanks--in your estimation, does he rank roughly above, with, or below the guys we picked up at the deadline?


John Manuel briefly touched upon this in last week's Prospect Hot Sheet chat:

"Ryan (New York): Out of all the arms the Mets have received in their trades this year, do any of them or Bashlor/Uceta have the potential to be a set up man or closer for them in the future?

John Manuel: To put it mildly, I’m not super enthused with the haul. Jacob Rhame is interesting and close to MLB ready, and Jamie Callahan and Stephen Nogosek have had their moments, but Ryder Ryan probably has the highest upside. It’s a fairly fresh arm that’s been up to 98, and he’s got a good body."


Read more at http://www.baseballamerica.com/minors/p ... MLwZ9p8.99



dang. Didn't even mention Smith or Bautista...

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 9/6/17
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Metro2007 wrote:
Just spoke to someone-"Very, very big. Legit 7 power, swing has improved, brutal reports at 1b"

-Awful reviews on Paez

-Stajdujar "as bad as the numbers"

-Winaker "unimpressive"

-Brodey "a shot to be an extra/role player"

-Villines "rave" reviews. Below average velocity but command, CU are +, chance for a 3rd pitch being close to that

-Oswalt "AA stuff"


So when in NL getting a DH


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