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  1. He is the real deal! Let's goooooooooo!
  2. El señor José Adolis García! Let's getttt itttttt!
  3. Sorry, tried to put it all in one post but couldn't one more video link of his stuff.
  4. His fastball is at 94 mph at 17. Room to add velocity.
  5. Lin Yu-Min 17 yrs old LHP. Struck out Pete Crow Armstrong and Robert Hassle III there back in 2019 at U18.
  6. Chen Po-Yu SP Pirates ... Assign to DSL so far away from being own on your team but still good to keep a watch on him. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.mlb.com/amp/news/po-yu-chen-signs-contract-with-pirates.html
  7. Cody Orr HOU https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.houstonchronicle.com/texas-sports-nation/astros/amp/Cody-Orr-A-fascinating-versatile-Astros-prospect-15351295.php
  8. Listen at the 20:50 min mark of the video he talks about him and Justin Verlander. Mental make-up
  9. Not that much of a sleeper but still the forgotten Blue Jays SP prospect Adam Kloffenstein (gained 7 mph velocity). I love his mindset and overall make-up. That's a + + for me. "Kloffenstein now throws a four-seam fastball touching 99 MPH, a sinker that’s been compared to Blake Treinen’s at 97 MPH, and the slider and change both routinely touch 90 MPH as well. There’s a great story behind Kloffenstein’s lost 2020 season, having spent the year in the ‘Covid League’ in Texas after being the odd man out for the last spot at the Blue Jays alternate site. While many players would have jus
  10. Shay Whitcomb SS HOU The UC San Diego product raised his stock in the Cape Cod League last summer, hitting .303 with eight homers in 34 games and showcasing excellent exit velocity. He has good feel to hit and above-average raw power, which could make it surprising that he fell to the final pick of the five-round draft despite being listed as a shortstop. It doesn't seem likely that he sticks at the position, however, as he's not a great defender and has a below-average arm for the position. His path to the big league may be as an offense-first second baseman.
  11. Cole Sands SP MIN April 6th 2021 : ''Sands was hurt by the pandemic in terms of momentum, as he reached three levels in 2019 only to be stopped for 2020. He pounds the strike zone but also misses bats, as he fanned more than one batter per inning during a breakout 2019 season. Sands boasts an exceptional changeup that acts as he wipeout pitch, though he can also reach the mid-90s with his heater. The development of his third pitch will go along way to determine his future role. Sands is still flying under the radar, but could vault up the prospect rankings if he starts 2021 on a high note
  12. Raymond Burgos SP CLE From A in 2019 to AAA in 2021.
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