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AZL Review and The Top 5 Prospects





The AZL has sadly come to an end. The Arizona Rookie League for many is the first professional stop (as well as the GCL). Living out in Arizona has given me an advantage in the prospect world, with the close proximity of so many good prospects. I am within easy driving distance of 3 of the AZL parks, as well as a tiny bit more of a drive to the rest. The AZL started in late June with 110+ degree weather, but lots of baseball! I spent one afternoon seeing the Reds and Indians in which it topped 118 degrees when I got to my car. It’s a grind! The players will tell you that! International signings or DSL players, 2017 draftees, rehab starts, players returning from major injuries, it’s all been here. We saw the 3rd overall pick in the draft show up, to the soon to be future rookie of the year Cody Bellinger hit a homer in a rehab start. What I am getting at here, is lot’s of talent has passed through here, but so many people won’t know these future house hold names for many years. What I am going to do here is give you the top 5 prospects I witnessed in the AZL, and throw a few other names to remember as well.


One last interesting note before I talk prospects, is all the other interesting people you see and meet out in during the AZL. I saw Luis Gonzalez watch his son take hacks in Peoria. Former players like Mark Prior working as a coach. Rehabbing players you wouldn’t think to see like Anderson Espinoza just hanging out post TJ, and the community of scouts and photographers (Bill Mitchell and Lee Magenheim being some of the most interesting!). All of these people help make up what is so fascinating about the first level of pro ball! Now onto the prospects…





MacKenzie Gore – SP –  San Diego Padres

0-1, 7GS, 1.27 ERA, 21.1 INN, 7B, 34K

Gore was drafted as the 3rd overall pick in 2017. The first night I came across him was during Michael Baez’s final AZL start. He had just arrived and spoke with a scout. Gore walks and talks with confidence. His fastball was too advanced for this level. He rarely was hit, and when it was it was him letting the fastball flatten out. He compliments his fastball with advanced off-speed offerings. Gore is the total package. I expect he starts in A ball next year, and will dominate. I think he will move through the system quickly. Gore is future ace material. Gore is my 5th overall fantasy pitcher, and is a top 25 fantasy prospect.



Heliot Ramos – OF – San Francisco Giants

.348 AVG, .404 OBP, 138 AB, 6 HR, 27 RBI, 33 RUNS, 10SB

Some guys in the AZL look the part of a 17 or 18 year old player where you want to check their ID to make sure they can really be out past 8PM, but then some guys…not many look like Heliot Ramos. Ramos is already built like a major leaguer. Some of the very first video I had ever seen of him, he seemed to be in a shape that had me worried for the future. That isn’t the case right now. Ramos really took the AZL by storm. His power was talked as some of the biggest out here. I was surprised at the speed he showed on the base paths and the field. The Cespedes comps are a real thing, but with more speed. I believe as he grows he will steal less, but I could see low double digit stolen bases in his future. The thing I feel most confident about though is he will hit, and he will hit for power. Ramos is a top 75 overall fantasy prospect, but of course…he’s a quite a few years off from playing in the majors.


Michel Baez – SP – San Diego Padres

1-0, 1GS, 3.60 ERA, 5 INN, 2BB, 7K

The day I went out to see the Royals vs Padres I was there to mainly see Nick Pratto. I had heard about Michel Baez on the back fields, but never had the chance to see him. This game was his one and only AZL start, and it was awesome. Baez just took a part the lineup. I talked to Pratto after, and this was for sure the best stuff he had seen to date. Baez was un-hittable with the fastball, which made his off-speed that much more difficult. Baez is like a machine. After the start he was stretching, working out, and the guys in the stands (Gore was one) were lightly giving their congrats to Baez, as if not to disturb him. After that start he was called up to A ball, and burst onto the prospect scene. It was one start, but stood out as one of the best I witnessed out in the AZL. Baez has vaulted himself into conversation with



Nick Pratto – 1B – Kansas City Royals

.248 AVG, .330 OBP, 198 AB, 4 HR, 34 RBI, 25 Runs, 10 SB

The 14th pick in the 2017 draft was one of my main targets going into the 2017 AZL league. Like Ramos, physically he looks like a guy that could play in the majors tomorrow. He has the best swing that i’ve seen in the AZL. The results probably weren’t what he had hoped, but it was a decent year for Pratto. One of the first thing Pratto said to me when I met him was how he felt like he was taking good hacks on everything, just not getting the results. I think that is true. He got his average up to .248 when he was sitting in the low .200’s for a time. I don’t know how much the speed will play in the majors. I’m not sure his 6’1 195 listed frame is correct, as he seemed a bit taller, and he has a projectable body which is going to produce power. If he holds the speed, he’s a 25+ HR and 10+SB future 1B which will work just fine. Pratto sits as a top 60 fantasy prospect for my Prospect One rankings.



Esteury Ruiz – 2B – San Diego Padres

.350 AVG, .395 OBP, 206 AB, 4 HR, 39 RBI, 45 RUNS, 26 SB

If you are looking for someone to argue Heliot Ramos wasn’t the best of all the prospects, you’d turn your attention to Esteury Ruiz. I saw Ruiz when he was with the Royals, and then mid AZL season he was traded to the Padres. Most people can’t seem to agree on will the power play? Will the speed play? Will he continue to hit? One thing everyone does agree though, is he deserves to be talked about as prospect everyone should know. Ruiz power showed in the AZL. He may only show 4 HR, but he had 20 doubles and 10 triples. I don’t think he’s a 40+ SB guy, but 20 in the majors is realistic. He showed it off one game where he stole 2nd and then the next pitch, he stole 3rd. Ruiz has a lot more to prove, and 2018 will be a big test, but if he passes, he’ll vault up everyone’s ranks.



Honorable Mentions

I obviously wanted to lock into Bubba Thompson and Jo Adell, as they were both first round picks on fantasy owners radars. Neither disappointed. Bubba didn’t show the power I expected, but he did hit (and power is the last tool we are told!). Adell moved on from the AZL towards the end of the AZL year, but flashed 5 tools that will make Angels fans very happy. What did happen though, is that I found a few other guys that almost made this list, that I didn’t expect! Chris Seise out performed Bubba both times I watched them play together. Seise moved up a level mid AZL due to his success. Tyler Freeman was probably the most consistent Indians prospect. He can hit, field and run. He may not dominate one single category, but he’s the type of player that will make his way into the lineup and next thing you know, he’s played in the majors for 10 years. Luis Campusano was another pleasant surprise from the Padres. He displayed a lot of developing power with a quick upper cut like swing. Believe me when I tell you there are more, but these guys stood out.


Chris Seise – SS – Texas Rangers

Tyler Freeman – 2B/SS – Cleveland Indians

Bubba Thompson – OF – Texas Rangers

Jo Adell – OF – Los Angeles Angels

Luis Campusano – C – San Diego Padres


Guys I missed, but you need to know

I had my eye’s on these guys, but I never was able to make it work catching them. Hiura and Heredia have been destroying the levels they’ve reached in 2017. Lewis rehabbed for quite a bit out in Arizona, but as most will be down on him, he has a chance to rebound in 2018. I went out of my way to try and catch Hans on the final night of the season, which was his turn in the rotation. Instead they brought out 2017 draft pick Ryan Dease (who was impressive) and pushed Crouse to the AZL Playoffs. Crouse probably ranks between 3-5 best pitchers out in AZL.


Keston Hiura – 2B – Milwaukee Brewers

Starling Heredia – OF – Los Angels Dodgers

Kyle Lewis – OF – Seattle Mariners

Hans Crouse – SP – Texas Rangers


There are many other great stories from the AZL, as well as prospects, but this serves a little recap of some of the guys to get excitement in the near future. Some closer than others!


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Fantasy Baseball 12 Team 5×5 Mock Draft Results




Below are the results for our 12 team standard 5×5 mock draft that we did with the ITL Army. Listed are the first 12 rounds. You can listen to the podcast where we talk about this draft RIGHT HERE!


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Round 1
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
OF Anthony Trout, Mike – LAA 1 1
2B Jesse S Altuve, José – HOU 2 2
1B Evan Goldschmidt, Paul – ARI 3 3
3B Rosa Arenado, Nolan – COL 4 4
SS Trevor Welsh Turner, Trea – WAS 5 5
OF Kory Harper, Bryce – WAS 6 6
OF Gammill Blackmon, Charlie – COL 7 7
SP Bogman Kershaw, Clayton – LAD 8 8
3B Brian Roecker Bryant, Kris – CHC 9 9
OF The Welsh Betts, Mookie – BOS 10 10
SS Just A Guy Correa, Carlos – HOU 11 11
OF Robert Russell Stanton, Giancarlo – NYY 12 12
Round 2
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
OF Robert Russell Judge, Aaron – NYY 1 13
SP Just A Guy Sale, Chris – BOS 2 14
1B The Welsh Votto, Joey – CIN 3 15
SP Brian Roecker Kluber, Corey – CLE 4 16
3B Bogman Machado, Manny – BAL 5 17
SP Gammill Scherzer, Max – WAS 6 18
1B Kory Freeman, Freddie – ATL 7 19
1B Trevor Welsh Rizzo, Anthony – CHC 8 20
SS Rosa Lindor, Francisco – CLE 9 21
SP Evan Bumgarner, Madison – SF 10 22
OF Jesse S Springer, George – HOU 11 23
OF Anthony Martinez, J.D. – (N/A) 12 24
Round 3
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
SS Anthony Seager, Corey – LAD 1 25
3B Jesse S Ramírez, José – CLE 2 26
2B Evan Gordon, Dee – SEA 3 27
C Rosa Sánchez, Gary – NYY 4 28
OF Trevor Welsh Bellinger, Cody – LAD 5 29
3B Kory Donaldson, Josh – TOR 6 30
SP Gammill Greinke, Zack – ARI 7 31
OF Bogman Cruz, Nelson – SEA 8 32
SS Brian Roecker Bregman, Alex – HOU 9 33
SP The Welsh Syndergaard, Noah – NYM 10 34
1B Just A Guy Abreu, José – CHW 11 35
SP Robert Russell Strasburg, Stephen – WAS 12 36
Round 4
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
1B Robert Russell Hoskins, Rhys – PHI 1 37
3B Just A Guy Rendon, Anthony – WAS 2 38
SP The Welsh Ohtani, Shohei (R) – LAA 3 39
OF Brian Roecker Marte, Starling – PIT 4 40
SP Bogman Carrasco, Carlos – CLE 5 41
OF Gammill Ozuna, Marcell – STL 6 42
SP Kory deGrom, Jacob – NYM 7 43
SP Trevor Welsh Severino, Luis – NYY 8 44
SP Rosa Verlander, Justin – HOU 9 45
MI Evan Dozier, Brian – MIN 10 46
SP Jesse S Darvish, Yu – (N/A) 11 47
SP Anthony Martínez, Carlos – STL 12 48
Round 5
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
OF Anthony Pollock, A.J. – ARI 1 49
OF Jesse S Benintendi, Andrew – BOS 2 50
CI Evan Encarnacion, Edwin – CLE 3 51
2B Rosa Murphy, Daniel – WAS 4 52
RP Trevor Welsh Jansen, Kenley – LAD 5 53
OF Kory Upton, Justin – LAA 6 54
SS Gammill Andrus, Elvis – TEX 7 55
2B Bogman Schoop, Jonathan – BAL 8 56
OF Brian Roecker Buxton, Byron – MIN 9 57
OF The Welsh Hamilton, Billy – CIN 10 58
MI Just A Guy Segura, Jean – SEA 11 59
OF Robert Russell Yelich, Christian – MIA 12 60
Round 6
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
3B Robert Russell Sanó, Miguel – MIN 1 61
SP Just A Guy Ray, Robbie – ARI 2 62
CI The Welsh Myers, Wil – SD 3 63
SP Brian Roecker Nola, Aaron – PHI 4 64
OF Bogman McCutchen, Andrew – PIT 5 65
1B Gammill Hosmer, Eric – (N/A) 6 66
SP Kory Archer, Chris – TB 7 67
OF Trevor Welsh Pham, Tommy – STL 8 68
OF Rosa Céspedes, Yoenis – NYM 9 69
OF Evan Davis, Khris – OAK 10 70
SS Jesse S Bogaerts, Xander – BOS 11 71
3B Anthony Turner, Justin – LAD 12 72
Round 7
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
SP Anthony Keuchel, Dallas – HOU 1 73
SP Jesse S Berríos, José – MIN 2 74
RP Evan Kimbrel, Craig – BOS 3 75
OF Rosa Santana, Domingo – MIL 4 76
C Trevor Welsh Posey, Buster – SF 5 77
2B Kory Canó, Robinson – SEA 6 78
3B Gammill Shaw, Travis – MIL 7 79
MI Bogman Merrifield, Whit – KC 8 80
CI Brian Roecker Devers, Rafael – BOS 9 81
SP The Welsh Arrieta, Jake – (N/A) 10 82
CI Just A Guy Lamb, Jake – ARI 11 83
SP Robert Russell Quintana, José – CHC 12 84
Round 8
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
SP Robert Russell Tanaka, Masahiro – NYY 1 85
OF Just A Guy Braun, Ryan – MIL 2 86
UT The Welsh Cabrera, Miguel – DET 3 87
RP Brian Roecker Chapman, Aroldis – NYY 4 88
SP Bogman Paxton, James – SEA 5 89
OF Gammill Castellanos, Nicholas – DET 6 90
CI Kory Moustakas, Mike – (N/A) 7 91
SP Trevor Welsh Wood, Alex – LAD 8 92
SP Rosa Gray, Sonny – NYY 9 93
UT Evan Odor, Rougned – TEX 10 94
C Jesse S Contreras, Willson – CHC 11 95
2B Anthony Moncada, Yoán – CHW 12 96
Round 9
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
MI Anthony Gregorius, Didi – NYY 1 97
SP Jesse S Stroman, Marcus – TOR 2 98
RP Evan Knebel, Corey – MIL 3 99
OF Rosa Eaton, Adam – WAS 4 100
2B Trevor Welsh Taylor, Chris – LAD 5 101
SP Kory Cole, Gerrit – PIT 6 102
SP Gammill Godley, Zack – ARI 7 103
RP Bogman Giles, Ken – HOU 8 104
2B Brian Roecker Happ, Ian – CHC 9 105
OF The Welsh Acuña, Ronald – ATL 10 106
2B Just A Guy LeMahieu, DJ – COL 11 107
P Robert Russell Lester, Jon – CHC 12 108
Round 10
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
P Robert Russell Price, David – BOS 1 109
SP Just A Guy Castillo, Luis – CIN 2 110
UT The Welsh Olson, Matt – OAK 3 111
1B Brian Roecker Mancini, Trey – BAL 4 112
OF Bogman Cain, Lorenzo – (N/A) 5 113
RP Gammill Díaz, Edwin – SEA 6 114
UT Kory Carpenter, Matt – STL 7 115
SP Trevor Welsh McCullers Jr., Lance – HOU 8 116
SP Rosa Hendricks, Kyle – CHC 9 117
UT Evan Santana, Carlos – PHI 10 118
1B Jesse S Bell, Josh – PIT 11 119
RP Anthony Osuna, Roberto – TOR 12 120
Round 11
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
SP Anthony Duffy, Danny – KC 1 121
MI Jesse S Báez, Javier – CHC 2 122
3B Evan Seager, Kyle – SEA 3 123
P Rosa Weaver, Luke – STL 4 124
RP Trevor Welsh Allen, Cody – CLE 5 125
SS Kory Story, Trevor – COL 6 126
CI Gammill Gallo, Joey – TEX 7 127
1B Bogman Bour, Justin – MIA 8 128
RP Brian Roecker Bradley, Archie – ARI 9 129
RP The Welsh Iglesias, Raisel – CIN 10 130
RP Just A Guy Rivero, Felipe – PIT 11 131
2B Robert Russell González, Marwin – HOU 12 132
Round 12
Pos Team Player Pk Ov
UT Robert Russell Puig, Yasiel – LAD 1 133
OF Just A Guy Desmond, Ian – COL 2 134
3B The Welsh Béltre, Adrián – TEX 3 135
OF Brian Roecker Polanco, Gregory – PIT 4 136
RP Bogman Hand, Brad – SD 5 137
RP Gammill Colomé, Alex – TB 6 138
P Kory Fulmer, Michael – DET 7 139
OF Trevor Welsh Schwarber, Kyle – CHC 8 140
RP Rosa Davis, Wade – COL 9 141
SP Evan Gray, Jon – COL 10 142
P Jesse S Cueto, Johnny – SF 11 143
1B Anthony Smoak, Justin – TOR 12 144

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Baseball Duck Tales – 2017 Season Wrap (NL)



Amidst the Shohei Ohtani and Stanton madness (How exciting is this stuff?!) and basically nothing else (How boring is this stuff?), we continue our season wrap up of the 2017 Duck leaderboard, this time highlighting one standout Duck rating from the NL teams. As per usual for posterity, if you’re new to the series, the Duck is a combined calculation of a number of metrics to find an accessible representation of pitching performance. Check out the origins of the calculations here.

For reference, here are the 2017 league averages for starters according to Fangraphs:

  • SwStr%: 9.80%
  • K%: 20.60%
  • BABIP: 0.299
  • BB%: 8.10%
  • xFIP: 4.41
  • HardCon%: 32.30%
  • ERA: 4.49
  • WHIP: 1.36

Let’s take a look at some standout Ducks from the NL this year.

NL East

  • ATL: Julio Teheran (109th)
    • Was it really going to be anyone else? Teheran went from a very rock solid and safe top-25ish guy to doing almost nothing above league average. Part of it “could” be the new ballpark, but we don’t have nearly the data to confirm the ballpark will trend to a hitter’s haven. On top of that, Teheran’s BABIP hints that he might have even been a little lucky on balls in play. I’m not against him in general but there’s more downside than upside at this point.
  • MIA: Dan Straily (54th)
    • I like Dan Straily. There, I said it. I just feel that the range of outcomes is not very wide for him. He’s a boring pitcher, but eating innings is important throughout the fantasy season. One of the arguments against him: “But he plays for a garbage team so he won’t get wins!” My response: “Don’t use wins.”
  • NYM: Matt Harvey (147th)
    • I’m very sad. I just want Matt Harvey to be good again. I just want to believe that the injuries and the Adriana Lima debacle made him suck. I just want to be happy. Maybe the fear about returning from thoracic outlet surgery and never being the same is valid (despite the limited cases studies we have. I’m not a doctor.). I think if he looks at least goodish coming into the season, I’ll take the plunge one more time. Feel free to join me but I don’t want to take responsibility if we drown.
  • PHI: Aaron Nola (20th)
    • Aaron Nola is a star. There’s talk of him comfortably in the top 20 going into next season and the Duck doesn’t have issue with that. He’s another one of those “all green” players on the metric, and I don’t have nearly the same injury concerns that I have with the other all green mentioned in the last article (James Paxton). I’m happy with Nola as my SP2 or SP3 in 2018
  • WSH: Gio Gonzalez (93rd)
    • Obviously. This season-long excellence pretty much came as a pretty big surprise. Gio Gonzalez has been on the spectrum from “he’s a fine pitcher” to “oh, that was actually a pretty good season” for a long time. This was a step even further above that and I think it’s well established that we don’t expect something like this again. Still, there’s going to continue to be mid-round value that shouldn’t be ignored.

NL Central

  • CIN: Luis Castillo (29th)
    • Castillo is the new darling in many expert circles. He’s a little wild, but the strikeouts are very tantalizing. He’s going to be right there in the top 30 range for a lot of rankers, but I’m definitely wary of repeatable performance. I just don’t like the idea of taking him as a shiny new toy over someone like Jon Lester who has a track record of solid production for years.
  • CHC: Jon Lester (30th)
    • Speaking of Jon Lester… by all intents and purposes Jon Lester had a bad season. A 4.33 ERA is unheard of for Lester in recent memory. Still, the underlying numbers think he’s way better than advertised (another all green) and while I’m not a Lester guy (it’s mostly just his face, really) there are a plethora of worse options.
  • MIL: Jimmy Nelson (13th)
    • We need the DH in both leagues. It’s just a shame that Jimmy Nelson is going to miss half the season with a base running injury. After a few seasons of will he/won’t he become a guy, this last season he actually did become a guy, and that guy played a pivotal role in getting the Brewers to an unprecedented playoff berth. I can’t help but think it could have been a different story if both Nelson and Chase Anderson had been healthy. Still, there’s a chance Nelson is priced down significantly because of the injury, and could be a sneaky later round pick.
  • PIT: Gerrit Cole (35th)
    • Let me preface this: I think Gerrit Cole is good. I think he could still be great. But I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge that the numbers to this point have been disappointing. Someone who can dial it up to 98+ should theoretically be able to blow hitters away and he hasn’t shown that ability consistently. I wonder if this could be a change of scenery case. There have been talks of Cole to the Twins, and if that happens, I might just push him up my board a bit as a speculative upside play. We’ve seen it before, there’s no reason to think he couldn’t be a sub-3 ERA guy again.
  • STL: Lance Lynn (125th)
    • Lynn is going to be on another team next year, who will be looking for a stable 200 inning guy in the middle of their rotation to eat up innings in the dog days of the summer. I’ll note that Lynn hasn’t gotten to 200 innings in three seasons, but the idea is valid. I kind of think the Duck falls a bit short on this measure. The rating thinks he is far below average given the metrics, but I just feel like Lynn is a valuable middle rotation MLB piece and a valuable back end rotation fantasy piece and there’s just not a ton of questions there.

NL West

  • ARI: Zack Godley (24th)
    • We love Zack Godley. He’s just a fun player. Being able to keep the ball on the ground as he does is a great boon in that ballpark and ties in well with surprisingly high strikeout numbers. I feel as though he’ll be a little undervalued at the draft table, but I don’t see a lot of reasons he’s not going to be some shade of 2017 again.
  • COL: Jon Gray (22nd)
    • If he was on any other team, Jon Gray would be considered a true ace, a top-15ish starter, and someone you were okay with as your SP1.5 in fantasy. I’m very pro Gray and I think he’s the guy who will be the first pitcher to overcome Coors since Ubaldo Jimenez back in 2010. I dream of an ERA under 3.30.
  • LAD: Alex Wood (19th)
    • I bought into Wood after his first lengthy campaign in Atlanta in 2014, and it obviously didn’t play out as expected and I didn’t initially pay much mind to him putting together what ended up being an amazing season as a whole this season. The injury was there because of course we can’t have nice things. He faded down the stretch and that is some cause for concern but anywhere between 3.20 and 3.40 in 2018 would be a great follow-up season.
  • SD: Dinelson Lamet (77th)
    • Lamet is the epitome of risky flamethrower. The stuff is there, the consistency and the control are just not. An alarmingly high hard contact rate shows that if he wasn’t fanning or walking the hitters, he was turning around to watch the ball fly past him into the outfield. He seems like a big high risk/high reward play next season.
  • SF: Johnny Cueto (73rd)
    • There has been a lot of panic about Cueto and the fact that he had objectively an awful season. I guess I’m just not that worried. Just like Lester, this track record he’s shown matters. In a very early mock I was involved in, Cueto was available well into the mid-100 pick range, and I just think that’s silly. No one would be surprised if Cueto can get back to a low 3 ERA, especially in that home ballpark, and I would be drafting him pretty close to Lester as a proven commodity and take the fall if they’ve really gone off a cliff.

That’s a wrap of our brief look through the inaugural season of the Duck rating. I expect that we’ll check in before the season and preview the major pitcher signings and their outlooks in the upcoming season, so stay tuned!

All statistics pulled from Fangraphs leaderboards.

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Episode 45 – Prospect Player Debates Part 1 with James Anderson of Rotowire




James Anderson of Rotowire is back on the show as he and The Welsh are doing a two part debate series. Today we’ve got 10 player vs player match-ups that will get your mind moving like Chavis vs Riley or Robles vs Jimenez!


Check out my latest article at Rotowire on prospects who raised their stock from the AFL


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