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    Quote Originally Posted by intentional wok View Post
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    Oh despair again Wok. Next year I need to draft ahead of you.

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    Let's talk.

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    Anderson Tejeda - SS Rangers

    someone else is up now

    My shortlist got destroyed. Tejeda was the only one left. Was really hoping to get Bichette.

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    Marlins up

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    T.J. Zeuch for me. Padres up.

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    Do you mean TJ ZOIK! ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyborg View Post
    T.J. Zeuch for me. Padres up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJH View Post
    Do you mean TJ ZOIK! ?
    Precisely.

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    7. T.J. Zeuch, rhp

    Born: Aug. 1, 1995. B-T: R-R. Ht.: 6-7. Wt.: 225. Drafted: Pittsburgh, 2016 (1st round). Signed by: Doug Witt.

    Background: The Royals drafted Zeuch in 2013 out of an Ohio high school in the 31st round, and he became the highest draft pick in the history of Pittsburgh’s program. He signed for $2.175 million as the 21st overall pick. Zeuch’s father Tim pitched two games in 1980 for the independent Victoria (B.C.) Mussels.

    Scouting Report: Zeuch had one of the best fastballs in the draft class. He pitches off his plus fastball, which has armside run as well as heavy sinking life at its best. He’ll touch 97 mph but usually sits in the 93-94 range. He uses his size well, leveraging his 6-foot-7 frame to drive the ball downhill and get solid extension out in front. He repeats his delivery well for a tall pitcher and should have average major league command. He throws a solid-average curveball with 12-to-6 shape from his high three-quarters release point that’s his preferred secondary pitch, but he also can throw strikes with his average slider and fringe-average changeup.

    The Future: Toronto again landed one of the top college starters in the draft while picking in the 20s. A potential No. 3 starter, Zeuch has a higher ceiling and more power than 2015 first-rounder Jon Harris and should join Harris in high Class A Dunedin’s rotation in 2017.

    Read more at http://www.baseballamerica.com/minor...Z6MKPCRuokP.99

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    Aristides Aquino, OF, CIN.

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    BA scouting report please and thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafro View Post
    BA scouting report please and thank you.

    7. Aristides Aquino, of

    Born: April 22, 1994. B-T: R-R. Ht.: 6-4. Wt.: 190. Signed: Dominican Republic, 2011. Signed by: Richard Jimenez.

    Background: Heading into 2015, Aquino appeared poised to build on an excellent season at Rookie-level Billings, but instead he struggled at low Class A Dayton and returned to Billings. But at high Class A Daytona in 2016 his production caught up to his tools, and he ranked second in the Florida State League in home runs (23) and slugging percentage (.531).

    Scouting Report: Aquino always has passed the eye test. He’s a tall, broad-shouldered right fielder with athleticism to go with his impressive and still growing strength. He keeps his hands moving, pumping the bat throughout his pre-pitch setup, but he stays controlled in his stance with solid plate coverage. He takes a big rip, but it’s a relatively level swing that keeps the bat in the hitting zone for a while. When he gets his arms extended, Aquino pulls the ball for home runs, but he’s also comfortable driving the ball to right field for doubles and triples. Because of his power-oriented swing, he often turns in average run times out of the batter’s box, but he’s a plus runner underway and that speed plays both on the bases and in the outfield. He’s an above-average defender in right with a plus-plus arm.

    The Future: Aquino has prototype right-field tools, though his plate discipline issues enhance his risk profile. He has impact potential as he heads to Double-A Pensacola in 2017.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJH View Post
    Anderson Tejeda - SS Rangers

    someone else is up now

    My shortlist got destroyed. Tejeda was the only one left. Was really hoping to get Bichette.
    Had him on my short list, could end up being a great pick.

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    I gambled that the recent exchange about Blue Jay prospect homerism would allow Zeuch to drop a few more spots for my next pick.


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    Quote Originally Posted by intentional wok View Post
    I gambled that the recent exchange about Blue Jay prospect homerism would allow Zeuch to drop a few more spots for my next pick.

    I appreciate your thought process. I didn't really have a backup after Bichette and Zeuch.

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