LTKfRGM wrote:Guillorme is arguably the most likely of these 4 to have a career that lasts several years.
I think he might also be the most likely of these to one day be an all-star.
Not that I think that's likely, but I just think Dunn and Lindsay are extreme longshots at this point. If Bashlor were in the runoff, my decision might have been harder. Or even David Thompson. I can see the case for Kay though, as it is reasonable to think he might be back at 100% by the start of next season.
But I just didn't see Dunn and Lindsay in the conversation at all here. Generally, I'm looking for a combination of tools and performance. I see that in both Guillorme and Thompson. Performance for either isn't as high as I'd like, but tools for both are pretty solid. They definitely look like big leaguers to me, and most guys don't.
But performance for both Dunn and Lindsay this year, as well as Cecchini, was more like a black hole. And for these two, it was in A+ and A ball. These are C prospects, guys.
Guillorme is a guy who I think would fit comfortably into the 9-12 range in a good system. This isn't a good system.