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Arizona Fall League Report: Anderson, Steckenrider Shining Bright In Valley Of The Sun


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Anderson will be in the majors someday not too long from now. He's shown signs of being a real prospect the first season he was here. Funny he was the second B. Anderson drafted that year.

 

Steckenrider seems like ok minor league depth. Nothing too stand out but he was definitely great in AA this year. He's pretty likely to see bullpen time in the majors at some point next season.

 

I still disagree 100% with your assessments on Perez and see them as far too high. Seeing him as a 2017 replacement for Ozuna in the event of a trade is waaaaay too lofty to be saying. Ichiro or even Dietrich would be the replacement without a free agent signing and Perez needs more minor league time. Right now he's a pinch runner in the big leagues.

 

 

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Anderson will be in the majors someday not too long from now. He's shown signs of being a real prospect the first season he was here. Funny he was the second B. Anderson drafted that year.

 

Steckenrider seems like ok minor league depth. Nothing too stand out but he was definitely great in AA this year. He's pretty likely to see bullpen time in the majors at some point next season.

 

I still disagree 100% with your assessments on Perez and see them as far too high. Seeing him as a 2017 replacement for Ozuna in the event of a trade is waaaaay too lofty to be saying. Ichiro or even Dietrich would be the replacement without a free agent signing and Perez needs more minor league time. Right now he's a pinch runner in the big leagues.

 

Dietrich doesn't play CF. Guess we could move yelich back over and yes Dietrich has done lots more to warrant a starting spot and probably will get one if we trade Ozuna. But Perez covers a lot more ground than Dietrich. He should definitely be on the bench as more than a PR. He has tempered strikeout totals which is all he needs to do to be successful. As I said he doesn't even need to get the ball out of the IF to reach. He's that fast. A sure fire 40+ SB threat

 

The fact he plays so many positions most of them well will almost definitely see him as part of the bench. By making the jump to AA successfully last year he deserves at least that.

 

 

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Anderson is without question the team's best hitting prospect. It's good to see him hitting well in the AFL. He's still a good year and a half away from the majors though unless he has a huge breakthrough in AA next year (aka a JT Realmuto season).

 

 

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Anderson is without question the team's best hitting prospect. It's good to see him hitting well in the AFL. He's still a good year and a half away from the majors though unless he has a huge breakthrough in AA next year (aka a JT Realmuto season).

 

Anderson could easily be platooning with Bour mid season if Bour struggles and Anderson does well.

 

 

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