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Posted 02 October 2012 - 08:43 AM
My early pick is Seth Manaea. Hard throwing college lefty. I will be watching Indiana State closely this spring.
I think a college pitcher is the way to go this year. An impact player who can start contributing 2ish years when hopefully the Cubs have turned it around. David Price like.
I would actually love to load up on P's in this draft. I am fascinated by the Marlins 2005 draft with 5 1st rd picks and they were all pitchers. Granted it did not work out too well for Fla, but I still find it very intriguing.
Posted 02 October 2012 - 09:31 AM
I also loved what the Astros did this year getting Correa for 'cheap' and then using the savings to nab a stud pitcher in McCullers in the sandwich round...a guy who slipped for one reason or another but has all the talent. If the Cubs dont go the Appel/Stanek/Manaea/OtherPitcher route with the #2 pick I hope they at least use a similar strat to get one in the sup. round.
Posted 05 October 2012 - 06:17 PM
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