Author Topic: Rank the Nats top prospects  (Read 4140 times)

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Offline Burgess

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Re: Rank the Nats top prospects
« Reply #25: September 07, 2010, 01:26:26 AM »
Espinosa is closer to Wilson Ramos than he is to Solis. Espinosa is a possible 5+ WAR in his prime. Marrero is ranked too high. I don't see what is so special about his bat. You don't win if you rely on Chris Marrero's.

Marrero still has major league potential, you can't deny that. The writer said '' proven bat '', he has hit for above average results thus far in all of minor league levels (besides short season and AAA ) .