Originally Posted by UofCSoxFan
Profile suggests a Lillibridge type, which isn't a bad thing. Guys that can play multiple positions with a bit of pop are a valuable asset.
I liked this pick. If he is a guy who can hit at least .260 or so at the Major League level and provide a back-up at several positions, including the hot corner, he'll have more than a cup of coffee in the pros. I hope he can be more than that from the Sox, but even if he isn't, he has the chance to help us out.
Our early round pitchers: 6'3", 6'4", and 6'8"...we're definitely increasing the average height of our rookie ball rotations with these guys.