Daniel Norris Pitching for Buffalo Bisons (VIDEO)



Toronto Blue Jays LHP prospect Daniel Norris warming up for the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons:

James Ramsey



RedBirdRants.com
OF Cleveland Indians

Drafted: 1st Round, 23rd Overall 2012 First-Year Player Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals out of Florida State University.

Born: 12/19/1989
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 190
Bats: Left
Throws: Right

Ramsey @:
- Milb.com
- Rotoworld
- Baseball Reference
- Fan Graphs
- MLBFarm.com

Career Minor League Statistics



Scouting Report From MLB.com Top 100 Draft Prospects:
"With the new Draft rules in place this year, many feel college seniors will get drafted early as teams find ways to be economically responsible. Ramsey could be the first such senior to test that theory.

While power isn’t a part of the outfielder’s game, Ramsey does make consistent contact, spraying the ball all over the field. The left-handed hitter uses his plus speed well, on the move as he swings a la Ichiro, and not afraid to steal a base. His speed plays well in the outfield, as does his solid arm and outstanding instincts.

What his ultimate role is at the big league level remains to be seen, but as a college hitter who’s performed well, Ramsey is one college senior who should come off the board pretty quickly."



MLB Prospect Portal posts tagged with James Ramsey



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James Ramsey's 2012 MLB Draft Prospect Video


St. Louis Cardinals Draft James Ramsey 23rd overall in the 2012 MLB Draft



Carlos Correa



sportsillustrated.com
SS Houston Astros

Drafted: 1st Round, 1st Overall 2012 First-Year Player Draft by the Houston Astros out of the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy (P.R.).

Born: 9/22/1994
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 190
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Correa @:
- Milb.com
- Rotoworld
- Baseball Reference
- Fan Graphs


Scouting Report From MLB.com Top 100 Draft Prospects:
"High school middle infielders who have the tools to stay at shortstop long term aren't always easy to find. That's a big reason why Correa is so high on Draft lists at this point.

Defensively, Correa is above average across the board -- range, arm and actions -- leaving no question about his ability to stay at short. He can swing the bat, too, with the potential to be an above-average hitter with outstanding power. He's a solid baserunner who is better underway and has off-the-charts work ethic and baseball instincts.

Correa's swing can get a little long at times and he will occasionally get out of his game plan at the plate. But that's just nitpicking and the only thing that could keep Correa from being the highest draftee from the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy is his commitment to Miami."
Career Minor League Statistics


 



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