11/25/14

2015 Draft - Profile - 2B - Ian Happ - Cincinnati - UPDATED 11-13-14

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11-13-14 - Minor League Madhouse  -    8. Chicago White Sox: Ian Happ, 2B/OF Cincinnati - Chicago’s system may have gotten a boost in Carlos Rodon, but odds are that the NC State hurler is going to be in the Majors by the end of 2015 Spring Training. While the Sox would love to develop another top caliber starter, for me, it would be a good idea for them to consider developing some hitting prospects. Ian Happ is like a taller poor man’s Jose Altuve. He’s undersized for his position, but he does have the tools to be considered a legitimate prospect. He is versatile, although most scouts think that he’ll fit in the outfield professionally. He knows how to hit, and most of his hits are clear cut. Happ greatly benefited in summer ball, earning an All-Star selection, and he will definitely be a star in what is considered an average baseball conference. WhIle I would love to see him and 2013 first round pick Tim Anderson form a longtime double play combo, even if Happ does end up in the outfield, he will be a good fit in Chi-town. http://minorleaguemadhouse.com/2014/10/18/early-2015-mlb-mock-draft-part-1/

9-30-14 - 9-30-14 – Through The Fence - 12. Miami Marlins — Ian Happ, 2B/OF, Cincinnati - A switch-hitter with excellent bat speed and raw power, some of Happ’s value will depend on whether teams think he can stick at second base. He does has the arm, speed and bat to hold down a corner outfield spot and is a first-round pick wherever he ends up in the field. Over 56 games as a freshman, he hit .322/.451/.483 with six home runs, 25 stolen bases and a whopping 47 walks to 32 strikeouts. He put up nearly identical numbers as a sophomore, hitting .322/.443/.497 over 51 games with 13 doubles, five home runs and 19 stolen bases. He drew 32 walks to 35 strikeouts, showing a solid approach at the plate. He impressed scouts once again at the Cape this summer, hitting .329 over 43 games with 12 doubles, four home runs and eight stolen bases. http://throughthefencebaseball.com/2015-mlb-draft-mock-1-0/44039

9-11-14 – Fangraphs Top 50 Players in Draft - 13. Ian Happ, 2B/CF, Cincinnati: The 5’11/190 switch-hitter doesn’t have a first round type frame and has bounced around the field defensively, but flashes above average hit/power tools and plus speed. http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/2015-mlb-draft-top-51/


8-28-14 – Baseball America –  Ian Happ, of, Harwich (Jr., Cincinnati) - Happ ranked No. 2 on this list after his boffo 2013 summer, but moving from the infield to the outfield depresses his value a bit. But his calling card is his bat, and he continued to hit this summer, finishing at .329 with four homers and a league-best 12 doubles in 149 at-bats. A switch-hitter with a compact stroke, especially from the left side, Happ rips hard line drives to all fields, and many scouts project him as a plus hitter. He is also strong enough to drive balls out of the park, with solid-average or slightly better power. Happ is a hard-nosed, high-energy player whose aggressiveness translates to all aspects of the game. He is physically mature and has slowed down a step since last year, but he is still an above-average runner. He also has a 55 arm. He should hit enough if he winds up in left field, and some scouts still think he has a chance to play second base, though he lacks fluid infield actions. http://www.baseballamerica.com/college/cape-cod-league-top-30-prospects-2/?sm_id=social_20140828_30631946


7-9-14 -  B/R - 6. Boston Red Sox Select Cincinnati 2B Ian Happ - Cincinnati isn't exactly a baseball hot bed, having never produced a first-round draft pick. That will change in 2015 thanks to stellar second baseman Ian Happ. The Bearcats star has done nothing but hit in his two years with the program. He put up a .322/.443/.497 line this season and was dazzling during a stint in the Cape Cod League as a freshman two years ago with five homers against pitchers two and three years older. Happ is a tremendous athlete with excellent strength despite his 5'10", 175-pound frame. He's played second base in college but has the speed to handle center field at the next level. His eye at the plate is outstanding, and everything that comes off the bat is loud. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2085268-mlb-mock-draft-2015-brs-official-early-predictions-for-next-years-top-10/page/2



6-30-14 – Through The Fence – Early College Prospects - 4. Ian Happ, 2B, Cincinnati - Happ is going to get Chase Utley comps for his hit tool, speed and developing power at second base. The switch-hitter has excellent bat speed and raw power. Over 56 games as a freshman, he hit .322/.451/.483 with six home runs, 25 stolen bases and a whopping 47 walks to 32 strikeouts. He was named to the Cape Cod League All-Star team after hitting .293/.359/.469 over 39 games with five home runs and 13 stolen bases, drawing rave reviews from scouts for his all-around play and IQ for the game. He put up nearly identical numbers as sophomore as he did his freshman year, hitting .322/.443/.497 through 51 games with 13 doubles, five home runs and 19 stolen bases. He drew 32 walks to 35 strikeouts, showing a solid approach at the plate. Happ is currently hitting .300 with six walks and five stolen bases through 15 games in the Cape Cod League. http://throughthefencebaseball.com/2015-mlb-draft-early-30-college-prospects/43327

6-19-14 - Harwich 6, Hyannis 3 - In the first extra innings contest of the season, the Harwich Mariners (6-1) bested the Hyannis Harbor Hawks (4-3) 6-3 at McKeon Park. A solo home run in the second fromCarl Wise put the Harbor Hawks on the board first and would keep them on top for the next two innings. But a RBI double from Brendon Sanger tied the game at one apiece in the fifth. That wouldn’t be the last time the two teams found themselves in a tied ballgame as consistent hitting on both sides kept the game close. The Mariners tallied 12 hits total with all but one of the starting line up notching at least one hit. Harwich center fielder Ian Happ continued his hitting steak going 2-for-5 with a walk and a RBI while Bobby Melley also went 2-for-5 with a RBI for Hyannis. Ultimately it was a three-run 11th inning for the Mariners starting with a lead off single from Angelo Amendolare that would give Harwich their third straight win.

6-4-14 - Cincinnati's Ian Happ might be the first second baseman drafted come June 2015. He has excellent power for an infielder from both sides of the plate. In addition, he adds excellent speed to the bases

Summer 2014 - Cape Cod League:  Harwich .293/.345/.469, 5-HR, 13-SB

College sophomore:  .322/.443/.497, 5-HR, 19-SB

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Tom Brennan - A CALL TO ARMS - VOL. 8: MY 12 LOWER MINOR PROSPECT STARTERS

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A CALL TO ARMS – VOL. 8 – MY 12 LOWER MINOR PROSPECT STARTERS by Tom Brennan

OK, OK…let me get right to it.  If Mets’ starters were made of liquid, we’d have pitchers and pitchers full of pitchers. (That pun was all wet, I know).

So far, in Volumes 1 through 7, I noted that the Mets, in my opinion have 22 starting pitchers or prospects of varying degrees of potential.

At the risk of being redundant, and primarily for those who missed those 7 Volumes, let me recap:

A list of 22 guys:

Seven current big league starters: Colon, Harvey, deGrom, Wheeler, Niese, Gee, and Montero.  Nothing written about them, you already know it all about ‘em.

Two uber-prospects who on many other teams could be in the starting rotation in April 2015: Thor and Matz You know these guys too, so let someone else fill you in on these 2 dandy pitchers.

Three dudes who have made quite the case as to being major league ready, or nearly so: Logan Verrett, Matt Bowman, and Tyler Pill. (Volumes 1, 2, 3 of my series).

Three pitchers (well, 4, as it was a tossup on the last 2, so you pick 1 of them), who are a step further down from those above: Erik Goeddel, Gabe Ynoa, Darin Gorski and Greg Peavey.  These were covered in Volumes 4, 5 and 6.

Volume 7, I hit on 1 guy (Luis Mateo) whose high promise has run head on into Tommy John, and 5 guys who have, to me, been slightly, or more than slightly, disappointing: (Michael Fulmer, Domingo Tapia, Matt Koch, Luis Cessa, and Rainy Lara).  The latter 2 I was perhaps taking a hard line on, as the disappointment is more due to their earlier strong pitching slipping to average as they’ve moved up to A and AA.  On some teams, the latter 2 might still be in that team’s top 10.

Now for Volume 8. 
Since the above totals 22 starters, surely there can’t be any more prospects, right?  WRONG!  Let me add 12 more, bringing us up to a whopping 34 guys, as I zero in more on guys from mid A Savannah southward.  I could have split these up into multiple articles, but there are so many, let’s just hit some highlights. 

1.                   Marcos Molina – a name everyone will be talking about soon enough…heck, he is already spoken of.  The 19 year old won a Mets Sterling award, is the Mets’ 16 ranked overall prospect on their website, and killed it in Brooklyn in 2014, leading the league in ERA, WHIP and Ks (7-3. 1.77, 76 innings, 0.84 WHIP, 91 Ks).  Seems to be a front end rotation guy in the making, mid-rotation at worst.  I’m predicting he skips Savannah and heads to St Lucie – if there is room.

2.              Rob Whelan – now tossing in the Arizona Fall League, the 20 year old righty had a fine Savannah season (shortened by a hand burn injury early in the season).  How fine?  9-2, 1.94, 0.99 WHIP, and 63 K in 70 innings “fine”.  Another guy who should be starting out in St Lucie, IMO.

3.                  Miller Diaz – a fine, if short, season, for Miller, who missed most of June and July.  He ended up throwing 68 innings, 1.04 WHIP, 2.25 ERA and 79 Ks in 68 innings.  Off to St Lucie in 2015 for the 22 year old righty, IMO.

4.                  John Gant – 11-5, 2.56, 1.20 WHIP, 114 Ks in 120 innings.  Another outstanding season for a righty starter in Savannah, and another St Lucie arm in 2015.

5.                  Robert Gsellman – A stellar year in Savannah – 10-6, 2.55, 92 Ks in 116 innings.  On to St Lucie for the talented Mr. Gsellman.

6.                  Logan Taylor – back from injury in mid-2014, Logan has done well when healthy since drafted in 2012.  Listed at 6’5” ,205, he is 6-4, 2.20, 1.06 WHIP and 109 Ks in 114 innings since turning pro.

7.                  Corey Oswalt – after an injury which wiped out most of his 2013, Corey rebounded with a 6-2, 2.26 ERA and 1.03 WHIP in 67.2 innings, in which he struck out 59.   The former 7th rounder in 2012 is 6’4”, 200 and just turned 21.

8.              Casey Meisner – a 3rd rounder right out of HS in 2013, Corey finished with a bang in 2014 with 6 fine starts beginning July 29:36 innings, 38 Ksm just 6 earned runs.  For the season, the 6’7” righty, who will start 2015 as a 19 year old, ended up a fine 5-3, 3.75 and more than a strikeout per inning for Brooklyn.  Certainly Savannah-bound in 2015.

9.                  Martirez Arias – another 6’7” dude, but who will start next season at 24, Arias rebounded from a poor 2013 to have a stellar season split between Kingsport and Brooklyn: 6-0, 1.11 ERA, 1.03 WHIP, 60 Ks in 57 innings.  At his age, the clock is ticking but he got an A++ in 2014, so let’s look for him to move quickly through Savannah to St Lucie in 2015.

10.           Andrew Church – Church is the first of 2 highly regarded youngsters settling in in my 10th and 11th slots.  Chuurch improved over his first season, but the 2nd rounder from 2013, who will pitch all of 2015 as a 20 year old, has lagged others statistically.  Only 31 Ks in 52.2 innings in Kingsport Rookie Ball, ERA of 4.61 and WHIP of 1.65.  He has a lot to prove in 2015, but showed modest progress in his last seven 2014 starts (38 innings, just 13 earned runs), so he finished up on a positive note.

11.           Blake Taylor – in our “let’s get a lefty on the list” department, Blake (acquired as the PTBNL in the Ike Davis deal, was a 2nd rounder in 2013 like Church.  Taylor struggled with his control, and walked 39 vs. just 43 Ks in 62 innings, with a 3.48 ERA.  He turns 20 next August, so we hopefully see a blossoming in 2015.

12.           Chris Flexen – a 14th rounder in 2012 who had a great year in Kingsport in 2013, and skipped Savannah to start 2014.  So far, so good.  But he struggled, and then as he was 6th straight good start, he made his last start June 28 before succumbing to Tommy John surgery and had bone chips removed in July.   The 6’3”, 215 righty will likely be on the shelf most of 2015, but I added him mostly due to the promise he showed in 2013 and his positive adjustment in June pre-injury.  He did have one superb start in Savannah, on June 2, 7 innings, 3 hits, 10 Ks. Get well quickly.

I avoided going down to the Gulf Coast League for any candidates, but even after the 12 above, there were other fine performances in Kingsport by a few other starters, such as Persio Reyes and Jimmy Duff, but I drew the line at those 12 for now.  Man, you gotta stop somewhere.

After all that, a guy could use some rolaids, so maybe I’ll write about the relievers soon.


Have a great day.

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2014 Winter Leagues: 11/24/2014 Results

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Venezuelan Winter League
- Cardenales de Lara 6 - 4 Tiburones de La Guaira
  • LHP Darin Gorski: 1 batter faced, 1 BB
- Navegantes del Magallanes 2 - 7 Tigres de Aragua
  • PR Wuilmer Becerra: Pinch Ran for Josmil Pinto

Mexican Pacific League
- Venados de Mazatlan 4 - 2 Caneros de los Mochis


 Dominican Winter League
- Gigantes del Cibao 5 - 6 Estrellas de Oriente


Roberto Clemente Puerto Rican League
- Cangrejeros de Santurce 6 - 7 Gigantes de Carolina
- Indios de Mayaguez 8 - 4 Senadores de San Juan
  • 2B T.J. Rivera: 1 for 6, 2 K, Caught Stealing(2), Throwing Error(2)
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Morning Report - November 25 - Hanley Ramirez, NL-LHRP, Ike Davis

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I started to write a column this morning about the excess amount of shortstops (on paper) that the Red Sox now have. Yes, MLB-TV has Hanley Ramirez playing in the outfield, but frankly, the last thing the Sox need is another outfielder. It’s my guess that current shortstop Xander Bogaerts is in play and could be moved to a team looking for a young (21-yrs old) prospect middle infielder.

I was going to break out the numbers and put together a mock trade for one of the three starters the Mets are trying to ship, but frankly, I stopped writing the column and wrote this instead.

The Red Sox don’t want Jon Niese, Dillon Gee, or Bartolo Colon. They have their own internal list of back end starters that can fill that bill.

And that leads to the bigger problem. It’s not finding someone that will trade you a shortstop… it’s finding something another team will accept as a trading partner for one of their young prospects.

I’m not sure the Mets will ever move these guys properly before guys like Noah Syndergaard, Rafael Montero, and Steven Matz should be replacing them. You know my plans for Montero.

Who ever thought a guy that hit 30+ home runs a couple of years agon would be traded for ‘international pool money’? Is this the future for Gee or Niese? My guess is Colon will play out his contract, Niese is safe until the all-star break, and Gee could not survive spring training.


Amazing.




Continuing with the National League, I am once again surprsied with the amount of lefties some of these teams had in their pro-pen last season.

Her's the list:


Games IP K ERA WHIP
Braves
Luis Avilan 62 43.1 25 4.57 1.57
James Russell 22 24.1 16 2.22 1.03
Chasen Shreve 15 12.1 15 0.73 1.05
Ian Thomas 16 10.2 13 4.22 1.5
Marlins
Grant Dayton AAA - 50 72 79 3.13 1.33
Mike Dunn 75 57 67 3.16 1.21
Brian Flynn 2 7 6 9 2.14
Brad Hand 32 111 67 4.38 1.36
Dan Jennings 47 40.1 38 1.34 1.54
Phillies
Elvis Araujo AA -   43 50 50 3.42 1.42
Antonio Bastardo 67 64 81 3.94 1.2
Jake Diekman 73 71 100 3.8 1.42
Mario Hollands 50 47 35 4.4 1.4
Cesar Jiminez 16 16 8 1.69 1.31
Nats
Jerry Blevins 64 57.1 66 4.87 1.24
Xavier Cedeno 9 7 5 3.86 1.43
Matt Grace AAA - 50 77 62 1.17 1.1
Matt Thornton 18 11.1 8 0 1.06
Arizona
Eury De La Rosa 25 36.2 32 2.95 1.39
Will Locante A    -   43 53 57 1.53 1.02
Oliver Perez 68 58.2 76 2.91 1.26
Rockies
Rex Brothers 74 56.1 55 5.59 1.85
Christian Fredrich 16 24.1 27 5.92 1.44
Boone Logan 35 25 32 6.84 1.68
Kraig Sitton AA  -  48 66 43 3.68 1.32
LAD
Daniel Coulombe 5 4.1 4 4.15 1.62
J.P. Howell 68 49 48 2.39 1.14
Paco Rodriguez 19 14 14 3.86 1.14
Padres
Frank Garcas 15 9 10 2 1
Alex Torres 70 54 51 3.33 1.46
Giants
Jeremy Affeldt 62 55.1 41 2.28 1.1
Mike Kickham 2 2 1 2.25 4.5
Javier Lopez 65 37.2 22 3.11 1.33
Cubs
Eric Jokisch 4 14.1 10 1.88 1.53
Joseph Ortiz AAA - 15 18 9 4 1.56
Zak Rosscup 18 13.1 21 9.45 1.95
Wesley Wright 58 48.1 37 3.17 1.39
Cards
Randy Choate 61 36 32 4.5 1.11
Sam Freeman 44 38 35 2.61 1.39
Marco Gonzalez 10 34.2 31 4.15 1.53
Nick Greenwood 19 36 17 4.75 1.14
Tyler Lyons 11 36.2 36 4.42 1.2
Kevin Siegrist 37 30.1 37 6.82 1.58
Pirates
Bobby LaFromboise 6 3.2 4 2.45 0.82
Tony Watson 78 77.1 81 1.63 1.02
Brewers
Will Smith 78 65.2 86 3.7 1.42
Michael Strong AA -   31 79.2 84 2.37 1
Wee-Chung Wang 14 17.1 13 10.9 2.19
Reds Aroldis Chapman 54 54 106 2 0.83
Ryan Dennick 8 4.2 3 11.57 2.36
Sean Marshall 15 14 14 7.71 2.5
Manny Parra 53 36.2 34 4.66 1.55




Purple Row[i] on Ike Davis -

The Pirates designated Ike Davis for assignment on Thursday, putting themselves in a position to trade or release him if another team doesn't put in a claim. Waiting for that to happen might be a risky proposition, but it's possible no club would claim the 27-year-old first baseman; Davis is projected to make $4.4 million next season, a lot of money for player who has yet to put it all together.
However, if Davis can be had on the cheap, he'd be a huge upside play. The 2008 first-round draft pick has huge power potential, as he showed with a 32-homer campaign in 2012, and can get on base in ways that don't require a hit. Davis finished with the fourth-best walk rate in baseball -- and was tops in the NL -- among players with 300 or more plate appearances. Parting with a proven road hitter in Morneau would be tough, but having a player like Davis who has intriguing on-base skills would soften the blow.

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11/24/14

2015 Draft Profile - SS/2B - Alex Bregman - LSU - UPDATED 11-13-14

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11-13-14 - Minor League Madhouse  - 10. Philadelphia Phillies: Alex Bregman, SS/2B LSU - While it’s pretty obvious that JP Crawford is the heir apparent for when Jimmy Rollins does eventually retire, (my over/under is 2016), the question remains how long his double play partner, Chase Utley will be around. While Utley did bounce back a bit this year, it’s time for the Phillies to start developing another infield talent. Alex Bregman has been one of the more celebrated collegians, especially since he was an All American pick in his freshman year. Bregman may not have been as good in his sophomore year, dropping his draft stock from top 5 to top 10, but given his potential, there is bound to be at least one team interested in nabbing him at a slot discount. Bregman is a reliable producer who will be a solid offensive contributor if used well, and the Phillies would greatly benefit adding him to a roster that would include his Tigers teammate, Aaron Nola. http://minorleaguemadhouse.com/2014/10/18/early-2015-mlb-mock-draft-part-1/

9-30-14 - 9-30-14 – Through The Fence - 6. Minnesota Twins — Alex Bregman, SS, LSU - Bregman is a ballplayer. Aside from all of his intangibles and instincts for the game, he is also one of the better hitters in the 2015 MLB draft. After a sensational freshman year in which he hit .369/.417/.546 over 67 games with 16 stolen bases, he put together another impressive season as a sophomore. Over 63 games, he hit .316/.397/.455 with 16 doubles, six home runs and 12 stolen bases. He has drawn 51 walks to just 46 strikeouts over 130 career games, showing an advanced approach at the plate. He has been a member of Team USA baseball since his high school days, and you won’t find a better leader. Some are split on whether he can remain at shortstop, but even if he moves over to second, the bat would play up. http://throughthefencebaseball.com/2015-mlb-draft-mock-1-0/44039#46FUm3YdfAufQr1H.99

9-11-14 – Fangraphs Top 50 Players in Draft - 12. Alex Bregman, SS, LSU: One of the most famous players in college baseball had a bit of a down sophomore campaign and some scouts think he still fits better at 2B as a pro, but he flashes four above average tools and double-digit homer power from a simple swing. http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/2015-mlb-draft-top-51/



8-14-14 - 4. Alex Bregman, SS (Louisiana State, Jr.). The consensus Freshman of the Year in 2013, he wasn't as spectacular at LSU or with Team USA as a sophomore. Bregman still paced the college national team in runs (20), RBIs (17) and steals (10), and he still drew Dustin Pedroia comparisons for his all-around package of tools. Bregman is an aggressive right-handed hitter with pull power, and his instincts enable his average-to-solid speed and arm strength to play up on the bases and in the field. He's not as fluid as a typical Major League shortstop, so most scouts project him as a second baseman.
"Bregman always hits and he hits it hard," an area scout said. "He has some power and speed, and I think he has a chance to play shortstop."   http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article/mlb/kyle-funkhouser-leads-list-of-top-prospects-on-team-usa?ymd=20140814&content_id=89585038&vkey=news_mlb 


7-21-14 - The USA Baseball Collegiate National Team defeated Japan 6-3 to win the championship game at the 27th edition of the Haarlem-Honkbal Week at Pim Mulier Stadium on Sunday.
The Honkbal Week championship is the fourth in the history of the Collegiate National Team, having previously won the title in 2000, 2002 and 2008. It now holds an all-time record of 29-5 in the tournament.
Three U.S. players earned individual awards with Chris Okey (Clemson) claiming the "Carl Angelo Most Popular Player" award, Christin Stewart (Tennessee) taking home "Best Hitter" honors and Alex Bregman (LSU) being named the Honkbal Week Most Valuable Player.

B/R - LSU's Alex Bregman is the version of Trea Turner, a first-round pick in the 2014 draft, I always wanted to see. The Tigers shortstop has a slight build at 6'0" and 180 pounds but generates good pop. Bregman's strength comes from the wrists because there's very little load to his swing. He takes a short stride toward the mound, but his back elbow is set up high, and his hands are in position to move forward as soon as he decides to pull the trigger. There's plenty of bat speed to help him turn around good fastballs in pro ball. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2085268-mlb-mock-draft-2015-brs-official-early-predictions-for-next-years-top-10/page/2

7-7-14 -  
LSU SS Alex Bregman really stung ball today. Hard contact in 3/5 PAs. HR to LF. Quick hands, ball really jumps of bat. Played well at SS



6-30-14 – Through The Fence – Early College Prospects - 3. Alex Bregman, SS, LSU - I could talk about Bregman all day. I have been a fan since his Team USA Baseball days in high school, and you aren’t going to find a better leader and person out there — on and off the field. Aside from his intangibles and instincts for the game, he also happens to be a damn good player. After a freshman season in which he hit 369/.417/.546 over 67 games with 18 doubles, seven triples, six home runs and 16 stolen bases, the 6’-1” right-hander put up impressive numbers again this year. Over 63 games, he hit .316/.397/.455 with 16 doubles, six home runs and 12 stolen bases. He has drawn 51 walks to just 46 strikeouts over 130 career games, showing an advanced approach at the plate. More power should come as he matures, and he has all the tools to stick at shortstop but could end up at second base at the next level. http://throughthefencebaseball.com/2015-mlb-draft-early-30-college-prospects/43327

6-21-14 -  
LSU 2B Alex Bregman showed incredibly quick hands in smashing a line drive double down the LF line for CNT today. Ran 4.20 to 1b in next PA

6-4-14  -  Mack - LSU SS/2B Alex Bregman is what you would call a pure hitter. He led his college team in hits, doubles, triples, and steals... as a freshman... earning him Baseball America's Freshman of the Year. He has a fair amount of pop and it's tough to find a weakness in his game. Scouts said he easily would have been one of the top ten picks in 2014, if he was eligible. Right now, I project him in the 1-3 range.



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Season Ending Fantasy Rankings BY Player

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http://www.fangraphs.com/fantasy/end-of-season-rankings-overall-1329-players/

EOSNamepos$$$PreJeffZachMikeEno
1Mike TroutOF40.4111111
2Clayton KershawSP37.1559475
3Jose Altuve2B35.864639126465
4Michael BrantleyOF35.84198172293160166
5Johnny CuetoSP34.15174220169204112
6Giancarlo StantonOF33.903725415243
7Jose BautistaOF32.964231542755
8Felix HernandezSP32.902344144027
9Victor Martinez1B31.47169216213150108
10Andrew McCutchenOF30.6344664
11Nelson CruzOF30.57119105113140124
12Carlos GomezOF30.372822801129
13Jose Abreu1B29.9491721749167
14Miguel Cabrera1B29.7322222
15Corey KluberSP27.71194245145167219
16Adam JonesOF27.14141036817
17Ian Kinsler2B26.414146254352
18Anthony Rendon3B25.91226252273260125
19Adam WainwrightSP25.833048113846
20Dee Gordon2B25.71
21Charlie BlackmonOF25.20
22Hunter PenceOF24.864945772256
23Justin UptonOF24.685141893644
24Brian Dozier2B24.63166206122206137
25Ian DesmondSS23.5656261053472
26Albert Pujols1B23.474050395324
27Matt KempOF23.187563799694
28Adrian Gonzalez1B23.105054654940
29Robinson Cano2B22.9881751212
30Todd Frazier3B22.90219202233225225
31Jacoby EllsburyOF22.551613321714
32Yoenis CespedesOF22.4866561084586
33Buster PoseyC22.264352335134
34Jon LesterSP22.22150148144180145
35Corey DickersonOF22.13261207314278243
36Anthony Rizzo1B22.113837346825
37Chris SaleSP21.802947294423
38Jose ReyesSS21.645335936242
39Yasiel PuigOF21.56218462030
40Jayson WerthOF21.1410610820231100
41David PriceSP21.055961498947
42Josh Donaldson3B20.9374881018457
43Alexei RamirezSS20.82163134192155180
44Madison BumgarnerSP20.524449435632
45Edwin Encarnacion1B20.461111192310
46Matt HollidayOF19.755765712876
47Denard SpanOF19.58296240331270331
48Melky CabreraOF19.42228176220257260
49Howie Kendrick2B19.2912413764171135
50Starling MarteOF19.203933722138
51Alex GordonOF19.066960619391
52Christian YelichOF18.40181144302125178
53J.D. MartinezOF18.33
54Zack GreinkeSP18.2861822111350
55Ben RevereOF18.24178159290119146
56Max ScherzerSP18.11263875036
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1277Donald LutzOF-19.87
1278Matt McBride1B-19.90
1279Dan Johnson1B-19.92
1280Alex GuerreroOF-19.92
1281Joc PedersonOF-19.96
1282Matthew Clark1B-19.97
1283Ryan Wheeler3B-19.99
1284Brad GlennOF-20.04
1285Joe SaundersSP-20.07
1286Nick Evans1B-20.18
1287Domingo SantanaOF-20.20
1288Jose MolinaC-20.23
1289Adam Duvall1B-20.26
1290Will Middlebrooks3B-20.45237222285239208
1291Jesus Guzman1B-20.46
1292Cesar Hernandez3B-20.52
1293Mike Carp1B-20.87
1294Ian Stewart3B-21.24
1295Reid Brignac3B-21.31
1296Edwin JacksonSP-21.33299277252321331
1297Brad Snyder1B-21.34
1298Chone Figgins3B-21.37
1299Garin Cecchini3B-21.42
1300Clint Robinson1B-21.42
1301Jesus Montero1B-21.69
1302Chris Nelson3B-21.70
1303Daric Barton1B-21.71
1304Zelous Wheeler3B-21.78
1305Andres Blanco3B-21.79
1306Carlos Rivero3B-21.99
1307Scott Sizemore3B-22.12
1308Christian Walker1B-22.13
1309Xavier Scruggs1B-22.35
1310Jack Hannahan1B-22.40
1311Carlos Pena1B-22.45
1312Kyle Parker1B-22.53
1313Jesus Aguilar1B-22.66
1314Andy Marte3B-22.74
1315Jason Rogers1B-22.76
1316Maikel Franco3B-22.85
1317Neftali Soto1B-22.93
1318Andy Wilkins1B-22.96
1319Josh Satin1B-23.00
1320Greg Dobbs1B-23.00
1321Ryan Lavarnway1B-23.04
1322John McDonald3B-23.29
1323Brent Morel3B-23.43
1324Luis Jimenez3B-23.48
1325Ryan Roberts3B-23.99
1326Jayson Nix3B-24.56
1327Jerry SandsDH-29.73
1328Jason GiambiDH-30.26
1329Vince BelnomeDH-30.58
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