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Old 08-10-2017, 12:19 AM
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I think it depends on what you're looking for. Jimenez is a three hitter. He is a run producer and power bat. He will bash 30/40 home runs with a .300 average and 120 RBI. He is a monster, and will be a scary proposition for many.

Moncad, on the other hand, will have you 20/25 hr, 80-90 RBI, .280-90 average, 20-30 stolen bases, and 90-100 runs scored. He is a true five tool, and probably deserves a seat as the best two hole hitter in the bigs once and if he develops to his true potential.

I will say this, though, I believe that Jimenez has a higher chance of reaching his potential than Moncada. Not because I don't have faith in Moncada, but his one issue is that he has a swing and miss. Jimenez just mashes. He doesn't have that weakness.

Still, of Moncada is who I have seen since he came here. A patient, wait for your pitch type, then holy ****. He will be incredible.
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