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Adalberto Mondesi might seem like a guy with helium based on his on-the-field statistics/age. I don’t care about his numbers. Go watch this kid. Those who have seen him in person know what I’m talking about. He has “it,” and you know what that looks like when you see it. It’s part instinct and part tools, but it's full prospect. He’s special. Even if the production slumps in full-season ball, keep him on the radar. He has high-end impact potential. It’s there. Just wait.
That's pretty amusing coming from BP.
Not as funny as Keith Law dismissing opinions because they aren't based on scouting.
The current BP scouting staff bears zero resemblance to the image of BP that most people here seem to have. Calling them anti-stat wouldn't really be wrong.
Wil Myers down to #7 on this list I see. He was still #4 on the one we saw last week. Ooh, they're calling him a CF -- if they believe that, surely he should be higher than #7. Of course with pitchers at 3-6 that moves him up at least two spots. :-)
How do these sorts of people get good at scouting? How do they know that they are good?
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