Found July 27, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
by: Chase Fitzgerald & Ron Driesen Staff Writer This is basically the same as my last article, but only with prospects. The difference is one or a few of these guys might be traded very soon. This is not a list of which prospects are the best but a list of the value that other teams have for them. So keep that in mind before you start complaining that player A is much better than player B. Thanks for reading! 1. Daniel Corcino I know exactly what you’re thinking. “Why isn’t Billy Hamilton number 1?” Well for many reasons actually. Starting pitching is a lot harder to find than good hitting. Especially one of Corcino’s caliber. He is in Double-A right now and should see some time in Triple-A later this year. He could turn out to be another Johnny Cueto. The reason that he is higher than Stephenson and Travieso is that he is farther along than they are. Stephenson and Travieso are still raw and could turn out to be busts but on the other hand, Corcino is very close to ...
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