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I'm beginning to think Andy Marte won't pan out.
, but how many guys have a line of .218/.264/.323 in the minors and go on to become really good?
#10--Fortunately for Cubs fans, there are a boatload of #1/#2ish starting pitchers available in free agency this winter--have your pick!
OK, check that--it was only 1.5 times as long. I'd forgotten how long Randa stuck around--over 6,000 PAs. Nonetheless, Renteria clearly had the better career, which you'd expect given their 5-year age difference at A ball.
Raul Adalberto Mondesi still ranks pretty high on these lists despite a miserable season. I know he's very young (19) for his level, and the Carolina League is death on hitters, but how many guys have a line of .218/.264/.323 in the minors and go on to become really good?
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