Wednesday, May 09, 2012
Stanford outfielder Austin Wilson has been know to prospect followers for the last couple of years. During the draft two years ago, Wilson turned down millions of dollars to play at Stanford. Wilson is expected to be one of the top picks in the 2013 MLB Draft. The OTWT Scouting Department took in his game against Oregon State on Sunday on FCS as part of our on going Prospect Plus series and here is our report
Stats against Oregon State on Saturday: 2 for 4 with a run scored.
Positives: Honorable mention All-Pac-10 as the team's starting right fielder, batting .311 over 55 games and 51 starts with 25 runs and 30 RBIs during his freshman. Runs well for a big guy was 5 for 5 on stolen bases, stole 25 bases during his senior year of high school. Has a quick stroke, reminds many of Dave Winfield. Has great power potential, could be a 35 home run guy in the majors.
Negatives: His size might be an issue, pitcher could find a couple of holes in his swing. Limited defensively will only be a corner outfielder.
Monday, May 07, 2012
Last night, we saw what Nationals-Phillies rivalry could turn into. Cole Hamels and Bryce Harper might prove to the people that set it off. Over the next two years, this rivalry figures to heat up and it could get nasty.
The draft is over and now NFL writers are looking for something to write about. Over at National Football Post they decided to do a head coach power ranking story. The list is a little over the place, but the one thing that drives me nuts is ranking Eagles head coach Andy Reid in the teens, come on he is a pain but he is a top level coach. Come on we all hate Andy at some point but lets be honest he is a top 10 coach.