Originally Posted by California Sox
I saw Anderson play quite a bit in Spring Training and I thought he was the most impressive athlete we have majors or minors. He's not a similar player to Reed in that he is a RH hitter who's known primarily for his tools.
Well, OBVIOUSLY the LH/RH difference is there.
However, I meant more in their smooth swings. Anderson hits for more power, strikes out more, and walks less, however, I still think he can be a good hitter for average as well. The Reed comparisons were more about the path they've taken through similar stages/time in the system, and I should have clarified that better.