That really has no bearing on whether he should've gotten drafted or not. He was drafted because of his future potential ability. Just like his father who was a late bloomer. It's not about what he is or isn't now, it is about what he could be in the future like many who are drafted. Bottomline. And yes bloodlines do help. But you started this by putting him down. Saying he only had one scholarship offer and that he couldn't hit Sanford and Tower Hill pitching. He's been to showcases and to the breakthrough series in NC. It's about exposure and future potential. Not what he does against Delaware high school pitching. Why is that so hard to understand?
This post was edited on 6/11 3:56 PM by Baseballman27