We have two older Shortstop prospects to evaluate this time with Daniel Muno and T.J. Rivera. Three writers have weighed in on this tough juxtaposition:
With Muno and Rivera, you’ve got two guys who both started on one side of the infield and moved over to second base for defensive purposes later on in their careers. Both guys have offensive potential and the same career high in home runs with nine. Muno’s a little faster on the basepaths and was originally touted as a player with a little more potential, but he lost a little steam when he was suspended for a PED violation. Rivera has always been a player that I’ve been fond of — whether it be the fact that he’s a native New Yorker and an undrafted free agent, the fact that he makes contact at an excellent rate, or just a gut feeling — but he’s the guy I’m rolling with here. He managed to hold his average steady in Savannah, so I’m excited to see him play in Binghamton next year. Verdict: TJ Rivera
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