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  1. #4726

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Yankyfan View Post
    WOW!! Shane Baz was the PTBNL in the Bucs, Rays deal...
    Hahahaha, nice trade, Neal. Think Pittsburgh lost this trade.

    Lopsided in Tampa's favor at the moment.

  2. #4727

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by philleotardo View Post
    True, but PIT already seemingly gave up a lot. You would think the PTBNL would be more scrub-ish
    When the trade was first reported, the PTBNL was said to be a legit prospect, no throw-in.

  3. #4728

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    Quote Originally Posted by albo4lyfe View Post
    When the trade was first reported, the PTBNL was said to be a legit prospect, no throw-in.
    Many people were questioning those Pirate trades and now more than ever with Baz being included.
    To all, life is too short, enjoy the baseball season even those that hate me.

  4. #4729

    Re: Another team's prospects thread

    https://baseballprospectnation.wordp...ler-austin-of/

    Hit: Has good bat speed that helps make up for a bit of a slow load at times. Late on plus FB at times because of load/trigger. Quick hands and bat speed help make up for it and get his bat to the zone on time. Very upright stance, forcing head to drop at times as he strides. Potential plus hitter at peak. Grade – 30/60



    Power: Plenty of raw strength and plus to plus-plus bat speed. 50/60




    Arm: Mechanics have transitioned well to OF. Gets rid of the ball quickly and with solid accuracy that should continue to improve. Plus raw arm strength that should play in games. Grade – 60/60



    Speed: Good athlete with smooth running motion. Shows average speed down the line and in the OF as well Grade – 50/40



    Summation: Has matured quickly and shows plus offensive potential. Strong player with good instincts and solid feel for hitting. Makes good contact regularly and should hit for a good average and plus power down the line. Has free-swinging approach but doesn’t have excessive swing-and-miss in his game. Should contribute in RF long term with solid range and instincts, and a plus arm. Good character guy as well. Tough-minded player that is high effort/energy. Potential .280+ average with lots of doubles and 20-25 home runs if it all comes together.







    Scouting Report on Tyler Austin back then



    Does Yankees Front Office and Boone doesnt like high effort/energy guys/ intensity type of players like Austin and Drury.? Austin's was only person from team, who stood up after being hit by Joe's Kelley pitch and wont be bullied and intermediate this Redsox team. He will be missed in clubhouse. I think Yankees missed his presence against Redsox series .

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