Ramon Cabrera (DH) – Bowling ball body; thick lower half; non-athlete; 20-grade run; likes to swing the bat; aggressive early in the count; can make contact on a variety of pitches; likes to hit and doesn't like to take pitches; will expand zone in order to make contact; solid gap power; potential .270-280 hitter; modest overall power; poor receiver; regularly boxes balls; doesn't handle breaking pitches well; poor blocker; slow catch-and-throw; consistently popped 2.1+; well-below average to below-average defender; org profile.
Tyler Collins (OF) – Built like an NFL fullback; thick, muscular, strong body; solid athlete; highly aggressive; all-out style of play; looks lost at the plate; consistently chased breaking balls out of the strike zone; didn't show feel for barrel that was previously observed; approach did not show hints of strike zone knowledge; consistently let hittable pitches go by and swung at poor pitches; above-average bat speed; has projection for average power; too much weak contact for power to play at raw level in game situations; average run; poor reads and routes in outfield; well-below average arm; below-average overall defender; limited to left field; lacks ability to adjust offensively and defensively; difficult profile; bench bat ceiling.
Daniel Fields (OF) – Looks the part; live, athletic body; very good strength; average run; runs better once underway and speed plays well in the outfield; plus-plus defensive instincts; flawless jumps in all directions; particularly impressive going back on the ball; easy plus defensive profile; below-average arm; still throws like an infielder with short arm action and no momentum; average raw; can really drive it with good loft to the pull side; lacks hitting ability for strength to generate power to opposite field; swing is not fluid; pulls hard with the bottom hand hindering barrel control; struggles to square it up; largely a pull hitter; oppo hits are often served over SS; approach is solid but seems forced at times like he's taking pitches for the sake of taking pitches; power won't play at raw level with poor hit projection; won't hit MLB pitching; 4th outfielder.
James McCann (C) – Very physical; ideal MLB body; durable, strong frame; very physically impressive; excellent leadership ability displayed first two games of the series; MLB-caliber defender right now; easy plus catch-and-throw with consistent pops in 1.89-1.94 range; really good receiver; strong hands and wrists; glove doesn't drift; helps pitchers with firm hold after reception; handles low breaking balls well; technically sound blocker that keeps the ball in front of him; moves well laterally; in sync with pitchers; calls a good game; overall above-average to plus defensive profile with little development remaining; below-average run but can do alright when underway; swing is a bit mechanical; gets the barrel to the zone consistently with good bat speed; knows the strike zone very well; polished approach; rarely chased out of zone; has average raw to pull side; can turn on velocity on inner third; struggles to drive it oppo but not afraid to use that side of the field; big strides since previous viewings; role 5 player; solid everyday catcher.
Hernan Perez (2B) – Thin frame; live and athletic; surprising strength; hard-nosed player; grinder type; gets after it; looks like he's having fun out there; intelligent player that knows what he's doing in all situations; plus hands; good feel for securing the ball; above-average range to both sides; does really well going to right; plus arm that can play on left side; holds his grown and strong on the pivot; plus defensive second baseman; has tools for left side but game may be too quick for him on that side; above-average run; always gets most out of speed, running hard on all plays; surprising bat speed; snaps the barrel through the zone with authority; good gap power; potential doubles hitter with 8-10 home runs; will have some swing and miss; can make enough solid contact for average hit; nothing sexy but does a lot of things well; potential second division 2B or solid utility player.
Eugenio Suarez (SS) – Smallish, thin frame; decent strength but needs more; good athlete; plays hard; needs improved focus on both sides of the ball; defensive tools are evident; needs to settle down; plus range, particularly to glove side; solid-average arm; plus hands; has profile to stick at SS; not a defensive stud but very solid; has versatility in back pocket with experience at 2B and OF; fringy home-to-first; doesn't show better once underway; approach ranged from solid to passive; could stand to be more aggressive; swing can get a little loose and out of control at times; needs to develop better barrel control for more consistent, hard contact; below-average power; modest offensive profile at peak with fair average, some walks and some doubles; fringe MLB profile; fits better in utility role.
Will Clinard (RHP) – Excellent pitchers frame; well-conditioned; good strength; good athlete; simple delivery that he repeats very well; consistent ¾ arm slot; ball comes out of his hand easy; no significant deception in delivery but ball isn't squared consistently; FB 90-92; had 94 when he needed it; FB command was below-average; elevated too much; needs to work side to side more consistently; cutter flashed plus with 89-91 velocity; cutter is potentially dominating pitch; CH and SL were hit and miss; potential fringe-average to average pitches; needs overall command profile to improve; command has projection thanks to athleticism and mechanical simplicity; should get there; potential 7th inning arm.
Kyle Lobstein (LHP) – Big, physical frame; long legs; high waist; below-average athlete; repeats delivery well in spite of athletic limitations; simple, clean mechanics; good rhythm; plays catch; ball comes out easy; everything is the same with every pitch…delivery, arm slot, tempo, etc.; pounds strike zone with entire arsenal; has command projection; command currently below-average but should reach average to solid-average level in time; FB 89-92 in first inning; dipped to 87-88 in third inning; maintained FB control throughout start; FB can get straight but worked low, helping offset lack of movement; fringy pitch overall; CB 79-80; below-average overall but showed good spin and flashed a couple solid pitches; CB has average potential; SL82-84; below-average with little projection; doesn't throw SL in zone very much; routine chase pitch; CH83-84; flashed plus consistently and was average overall with plus projection; CH can be go-to pitch; CH is only swing and miss offering with sink and fade at best; works very quickly; has depth of arsenal to start; will have to pitch of CH consistently to remain in rotation; FB needs velo tick for long term success; fringe 5th starter and more likely middle reliever.