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Posted: May 23, 2019, 12:34 PM Post
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Now that Huira made The Show, who is the next prospect to make their MLB debut?

My guess is Tyrone Taylor when an OF hits the DL.


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Posted: May 23, 2019, 12:37 PM Post
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BrewCrewBlueDevil said:
Now that Huira made The Show, who is the next prospect to make their MLB debut?

My guess is Tyrone Taylor when an OF hits the DL.

Ray or Dubon


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Posted: May 23, 2019, 12:38 PM Post
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Taylor or Dubon would be solid guesses. As long as we are talking notable guys. Though Taylor, notable, kind of a push. I feel like he should be turning 40 this year. Honestly is there even another notable option.


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Posted: May 23, 2019, 12:56 PM Post
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patrickgpe said:
BrewCrewBlueDevil said:
Now that Huira made The Show, who is the next prospect to make their MLB debut?

My guess is Tyrone Taylor when an OF hits the DL.

Ray or Dubon


Ray isn't on the 40 man, so it would have to be something where an OF is out for a long amount of time.

I will go with Supak even though he is only in AA. They churn the pitchers enough, he could be up.


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Posted: May 23, 2019, 1:18 PM Post
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1.) Drew Rasmussen > like K-Rod for the angels, won’t be able to resist bringing him up to fill a need. Initially will use him as multi-inning pen arm(40-50 pitches)3-4 days rest. Potentially an opener too in the playoffs.

2.) Miguel Sanchez > quietly having a good year in AAA. He’s been pitching high leverage innings and opening for the missions. CC must like him, pitched him an awful lot in spring training.

3.) Angel Perdomo > Command is slowly improving, this is another potential big time weapon from the left side that unlike Claudio can get righty’s out and pitch multi-innings.

I went with pitching because I believe Saladino would be up before Dubon and Peréz would play the outfield if injury there.


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Posted: May 23, 2019, 1:34 PM Post
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If Perez gets seriously hurt, Dubon. Otherwise it will almost certainly be a pitcher. Couldn't tell you who.


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Posted: May 23, 2019, 1:41 PM Post
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Troy Stokes is also an option, though I tend to agree it would more likely be Taylor than Stokes. Hard to imagine anyone besides those 2 or Dubon. Possibly Zack Brown or Bubba Derby I suppose.


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Posted: May 23, 2019, 1:50 PM Post
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MrTPlush said:
Taylor or Dubon would be solid guesses. As long as we are talking notable guys. Though Taylor, notable, kind of a push. I feel like he should be turning 40 this year. Honestly is there even another notable option.



A handful of pitchers. Notable ones? Brown would come to mind.

Ray's been absolutely awful in AAA, so hard to imagine them bringing him up and hoping they get much out of him at the big league level.


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Posted: May 23, 2019, 3:49 PM Post
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HiAndTight said:
MrTPlush said:
Taylor or Dubon would be solid guesses. As long as we are talking notable guys. Though Taylor, notable, kind of a push. I feel like he should be turning 40 this year. Honestly is there even another notable option.



A handful of pitchers. Notable ones? Brown would come to mind.

Ray's been absolutely awful in AAA, so hard to imagine them bringing him up and hoping they get much out of him at the big league level.


Taylor too has been bad, although not as bad as Ray. Taylor:.245/.298. Striking out 35% of his ABs. Stokes has been worse. .211/.297 with 20 Ks in 64 PAs. None of them would be a MLB option for the Brewers right now.


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Posted: May 24, 2019, 10:25 AM Post
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Brewers farm director Tom Flanagan said Corey Ray could miss anywhere from 4-6 weeks with that jammed finger that landed him on the DL again at Class AAA San Antonio.

He'd been trying to play through it, but it had gotten to the point where a shutdown made the most sense.


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Posted: May 24, 2019, 5:42 PM Post
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Brew crew 92 said:
1.) Drew Rasmussen > like K-Rod for the angels, won’t be able to resist bringing him up to fill a need. Initially will use him as multi-inning pen arm(40-50 pitches)3-4 days rest. Potentially an opener too in the playoffs.


Without seeing Rasmussen yet, that’s a tall order. K-Rod has a slider that was the best I had ever seen, and he was throwing straight gas when not many guys did.


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Posted: May 24, 2019, 5:58 PM Post
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DHonks said:
Brew crew 92 said:
1.) Drew Rasmussen > like K-Rod for the angels, won’t be able to resist bringing him up to fill a need. Initially will use him as multi-inning pen arm(40-50 pitches)3-4 days rest. Potentially an opener too in the playoffs.


Without seeing Rasmussen yet, that’s a tall order. K-Rod has a slider that was the best I had ever seen, and he was throwing straight gas when not many guys did.


Tall order yes, but he’s already done what no pitcher in baseball has done this year > low A to high A to AA in a little over a month. 96-99 with a plus slider gives him more than just a chance.


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Posted: May 24, 2019, 6:51 PM Post
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Brew crew 92 said:
DHonks said:
Brew crew 92 said:
1.) Drew Rasmussen > like K-Rod for the angels, won’t be able to resist bringing him up to fill a need. Initially will use him as multi-inning pen arm(40-50 pitches)3-4 days rest. Potentially an opener too in the playoffs.


Without seeing Rasmussen yet, that’s a tall order. K-Rod has a slider that was the best I had ever seen, and he was throwing straight gas when not many guys did.


Tall order yes, but he’s already done what no pitcher in baseball has done this year > low A to high A to AA in a little over a month. 96-99 with a plus slider gives him more than just a chance.


Rasmussen was originally scheduled to go to high A because of his age (23). He played only one game for Appleton before moving to Carolina. Let's see what he can do at AA and then AAA before letting him face major lg. hitters. Perdomo was doing great at A+ and AA before he went to San Antonio. At AAA he is still striking out a bunch of guys, but he is also allowing a lot of runs (7 in 10 IPs and walking 10). Rasmussen will probably be in San Antonio this year and let's see what he can do there.


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Posted: May 24, 2019, 7:14 PM Post
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Brew crew 92 said:
DHonks said:
Brew crew 92 said:
1.) Drew Rasmussen > like K-Rod for the angels, won’t be able to resist bringing him up to fill a need. Initially will use him as multi-inning pen arm(40-50 pitches)3-4 days rest. Potentially an opener too in the playoffs.


Without seeing Rasmussen yet, that’s a tall order. K-Rod has a slider that was the best I had ever seen, and he was throwing straight gas when not many guys did.


Tall order yes, but he’s already done what no pitcher in baseball has done this year > low A to high A to AA in a little over a month. 96-99 with a plus slider gives him more than just a chance.


It gives him the same chance that Corbin Burnes has had this year given they profile almost identically.


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Posted: May 24, 2019, 7:26 PM Post
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Drew Rasmussen would have been a possible top ten draft pick if not for his injury. We really don’t have a pitcher in our organization that profiles that highly.

Perdomo’s first appearance in AAA was his only real bad performance of the year, giving up 5 runs in 2 innings, since then he’s been great again. His command is the only thing keeping him from MKE, and it’s slowly improving.


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Posted: May 26, 2019, 8:36 AM Post
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jerichoholicninja said:
If Perez gets seriously hurt, Dubon. Otherwise it will almost certainly be a pitcher. Couldn't tell you who.


Saladino's a better option right now than Dubon. Besides Perez's value is greatly enhanced by his ability to be the 5th outfielder. Dubon has never played there.


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Posted: May 26, 2019, 10:51 AM Post
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Brew crew 92 said:
Drew Rasmussen would have been a possible top ten draft pick if not for his injury. We really don’t have a pitcher in our organization that profiles that highly.

Perdomo’s first appearance in AAA was his only real bad performance of the year, giving up 5 runs in 2 innings, since then he’s been great again. His command is the only thing keeping him from MKE, and it’s slowly improving.


Where you were selected means next to nothing when you start lacing them up. In evaluating a prospect, do you grade draft position or what you see on the field? Is Rasmussen, a guy with almost identical stuff to Burnes and maybe just a tick less, a better prospect than Burnes simply b/c of where he "could" have been drafted if not for injury? That premise seems to fly in the face of the concept of development. There have been many, many top ten picks that have flamed out and never reached their ceiling.....See Corey Ray.


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Posted: May 26, 2019, 11:33 AM Post
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Burnes and Rasmussen do not have almost identical stuff. They both throw hard and throw sliders, but that’s about it. Burnes gets much higher spin rates and more cut. Rasmussen has two average to plus offspeed pitches he uses to get outs. Besides the slider, Rasmussen throws a good changeup. Burnes has thrown a changeup in the minors, but not many recently (if any) in the majors. Rasmussen’s change is ahead of Burnes’ curve. Rasmussen doesn’t throw a curve. Rasmussen works better up in the zone. In general, Burnes needs to keep his stuff down.


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Posted: May 26, 2019, 12:03 PM Post
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TigerUppercut said:
Brew crew 92 said:
Drew Rasmussen would have been a possible top ten draft pick if not for his injury. We really don’t have a pitcher in our organization that profiles that highly.

Perdomo’s first appearance in AAA was his only real bad performance of the year, giving up 5 runs in 2 innings, since then he’s been great again. His command is the only thing keeping him from MKE, and it’s slowly improving.


Where you were selected means next to nothing when you start lacing them up. In evaluating a prospect, do you grade draft position or what you see on the field? Is Rasmussen, a guy with almost identical stuff to Burnes and maybe just a tick less, a better prospect than Burnes simply b/c of where he "could" have been drafted if not for injury? That premise seems to fly in the face of the concept of development. There have been many, many top ten picks that have flamed out and never reached their ceiling.....See Corey Ray.


Perdomo has actually had three bad outings (8 games) at San Antonio. 1.2 IPs/4 Hits/3 BBs/3 ERs. His next game: 2IPs/1 hit/4 BBs/2 ERs. Three games later: 2/3 of an inning/2 hits/2 ERs. He is struggling with his controll, but still striking out a ton of hitters. If he can get his secondary stuff over for strikes, he could be a major help in the bigs.


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Posted: May 26, 2019, 12:47 PM Post
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wntrtxn21 said:
TigerUppercut said:
Brew crew 92 said:
Drew Rasmussen would have been a possible top ten draft pick if not for his injury. We really don’t have a pitcher in our organization that profiles that highly.

Perdomo’s first appearance in AAA was his only real bad performance of the year, giving up 5 runs in 2 innings, since then he’s been great again. His command is the only thing keeping him from MKE, and it’s slowly improving.


Where you were selected means next to nothing when you start lacing them up. In evaluating a prospect, do you grade draft position or what you see on the field? Is Rasmussen, a guy with almost identical stuff to Burnes and maybe just a tick less, a better prospect than Burnes simply b/c of where he "could" have been drafted if not for injury? That premise seems to fly in the face of the concept of development. There have been many, many top ten picks that have flamed out and never reached their ceiling.....See Corey Ray.


Perdomo has actually had three bad outings (8 games) at San Antonio. 1.2 IPs/4 Hits/3 BBs/3 ERs. His next game: 2IPs/1 hit/4 BBs/2 ERs. Three games later: 2/3 of an inning/2 hits/2 ERs. He is struggling with his controll, but still striking out a ton of hitters. If he can get his secondary stuff over for strikes, he could be a major help in the bigs.


And last night 3 walks in 1.1 innings, so yeah, it’s all about control and command with him. Hopefully he’ll figure it out moving forward.


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