I agree that scouting is way better but I still don't want to 'wait and see how this plays out'. I want to trade some of these prospects and soon. Why? even with better scouting maybe half the top 10 will be really good and few after that. With seven top 100 guys, three or four will be good productive major leaguers. The goal of the front office needs to be to figure out which and selling high on the others. How much higher can some of them climb. The time is nearing. Is there somebody I want to trade for? Nope. At some point soon you have to make a move. Maybe next off season? I would love to see a team with Rizzo, Castro, Baez, Alcantara, Soler, Almora, Bryant but I don't believe it will really happen.
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