Found May 01, 2013 on The Roosevelts:
There are 2 types of baseball fans these days – the saber “stat-nerds” and the old school “I saw it with my own eyes” crowd. I’m about to attempt… nay, prove, that there is another type of talent evaluation. I don’t judge books by their cover; I judge them by their name… which I guess would technically be on the cover but… I got nothing. I know some have their theories about names translating to success, but I have never been wrong. Never. Not 15 times. I remember grasping at straws, trying to convince my friends that “Lastings Milledge” sounded like a superstar from the 1920s, but I knew deep down he never had a shot at Major League success… not now, not with that name. So without further ado, I present my foolproof (proof that I am a fool) breakdown of Baseball America’s 2013 top 25 prospects… by name only. 1. Jurickson Profar He plays a fairly weak position, will come up to a team in hitter’s park (assuming he’s not dealt for Giancarlo – you heard it here 114th) and pro
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