Few corrections - Romero, Coffey and Anthony are in the FCL and Meidroth is in Salem. Nobody else has debuted that I’ve seen.As far as I can tell
C Coffey: Salem
Meidroth: FCL to Greenville
I. Coffey: FCL
Donlan: - Salem (UDFA)
Zayas: FCL (but hasn't played yet.) He was assigned there on 7/23/22.
Am I missing anyone's location?
As a 4 year college guy who may or may not have a position he will have to keep mashing through the higher levels to prove worthy of higher consideration. It's a little bit of position bias and college/age bias so we just have to wait and see. You couldn't really ask for more from any prospect to this point, except fewer strikeouts I guess.Can someone talk Kavadas to me? I'm surprised he's not higher in organizational rankings given the numbers. Is it the lack of pedigree? Track record? Wrong level?
Age and level matter so much. 282 of his PA have come against younger pitchers, only 105 against older pitchers.Thanks, I appreciate the explanation.
Wouldn’t that support being aggressive with promotions with Kavadas? What’s the point of him spending much more time in A+ ball? He’s owned it just like A ball.Age and level matter so much. 282 of his PA have come against younger pitchers, only 105 against older pitchers.
Then you have Marcelo Mayer at 11 PA vs younger pitchers, 302 vs older.
Niko is so much further along in development and he's feasting off of players right out of HS or the DSL. Less so in Greenville, but still younger players. He will be somewhat old for AA next year too, at 24. But it's not too bad and the development advantage is mostly gone.
Maybe, but players don't really play 3 levels in a season and even if he were to get to AA this year, he'd probably be starting there next year anyway.Wouldn’t that support being aggressive with promotions with Kavadas? What’s the point of him spending much more time in A+ ball? He’s owned it just like A ball.
We went to a Winston-Salem Dash (White Sox High A) game last night and the pitch clock was a revelation. I already knew I’d love it, but my wife was amazed at how fast the game moved. This can’t happen soon enough at the MLB level.I don't know if they have the pitch clock whete you are, but it is life changing. Especially if you are a part timer at a stadium, LOL