Biggest Letdowns Of This Season So Far

  • J.P Crawford – SS – Philadelphia Phillies

    J.P Entered The Season As A Top 10 Prospects On Virtually Every List Now Half Way Through The Season He’s More Like A Top 50 Prospect While His Tools Still Remain Very Exciting, His Hitting Ability Has Taken A Step Back. He Is Still Only 22 Years Old And Could Turn Around Quickly To Become A Franchise Cornerstone Shortstop But He Has Lost A Lot Of Luster Off His Prospect Status
  • Lucas Giolito – RHP – Chicago White Sox

    Lucas Giolito Entered The Season With A Little Luster Off His Once Status Of The Best Pitching Prospect In Baseball. He Was Traded During This Past Offseason To The Chicago White Sox Along With Reynaldo Lopez, And Dane Dunning For Adam Eaton. While Lopez And Dunning Stocked Has Seen A Sudden Rise Giolito Has Trended Downward. He Owns An 4.73 Era At Triple A Through 116 Innings While He Still Owns A High Swing And Miss Rate (121 Strikeouts), He Has Given Up 56 Walks And Given Up 16 Long Balls He Still Has A Very High Potential But The Clock Is Ticking!
  • Tyler O’Neill – OF – St.Louis Cardinals

    Tyler O’ Neill Was Coming Of A “Breakout Season” In The Seattle Mariners Pipeline. Hitting An Impressive .293 Batting Average While Also Flexing His Power In Hitting 24 Home Runs. Not Only Has O’Neill Degressed It Seems He Also Was Traded In July To The Cardinals For Marco Gonzales Showing The Lack Of Hope Coming From The Seattle Mariners Front Office. He Has Shown Good Power Still But Overall Hitting Has Degressed Once Considered A Top 50 Prospect Now Is Lucky To Be Seen As A Top 100!

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