Found August 28, 2012 on Reds Minor Leagues:
In the first go around of this series I took a look at Billy Hamilton and Chad Rogers with a scouting report on each guy and over 11 minutes of video between the two guys. In the second part of the series I broke down Bryson Smith and Tony Cingrani with about 7 1/2 minutes worth of video for those two guys. Today I am going to look at two more guys from the team as I look at Ryan LaMarre and Daniel Corcino. Ryan LaMarre – CF Let me first start off by pointing out two things. First, LaMarre had a really bad series while I was in town, going 2-19 with two singles. Secondly, he has been playing with plantar fasciitis this season. About a week before I got to Pensacola, Fangraphs Mike Newman saw LaMarre play and was left wondering how he went in the second round. Physically, he looks the part. He is tall and put together well with the physical attributes you would like. He is an above-average runner even while dealing with a foot injury and a plus runner when fully healthy. Defensively ...
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