Anything Goes With John Manuel

Moderator: John Manuel will drop by at 3 p.m. ET to field your questions about anything baseball related.

 Q:  JAYPERS from IL asks:
If LaPorta continues his torrid pace, could you see him going in the first round, come June? And if so, will Boras play a part in his signability, with the new Aug. 15th deadline this year?
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John Manuel: Thanks everyone for coming out, sorry for a bit of a delay. I don’t think I’ve chatted in a while so hope I’m not too rusty.

John Manuel: Matt LaPorta has helped himself as much as anyone in the draft this spring who’s not from Canada. This has not exactly been a year with lots of college players stepping forward and establishing themselves. But LaPorta has re-established himself as one of the best power hitters availability. He’s got 15 HRs and 9 SOs right now, pretty impressive, and he’s improved defensively at first base. Apparently his oblique strain last year really was a pretty bad injury and hurt him more than scouts might have thought. So he is looking like a first-rounder again, and with Scott Boras as his adviser I don’t believe there will be much of a senior discount. With the deadline, though, no one knows how that will play out–in the team’s favor, or the player’s (and agent’s). I had an agent tell me once that time is leverage, so I think it helps the team. We’ll see though.

 Q:  Mike from Albuquerque asks:
What potential does Robert Stock have? I noticed that USC is using him as a pitcher and as a catcher. What position do you see him holding if he makes it to the majors?
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John Manuel: I love Stock on the mound but think he’s going to be a pro catcher. That’s why he’s at USC, working with Chad Kreuter to catch-and-throw more efficiently, and it sounds like he’s already above-average throwing. He needs receiving help but that’s why he’s in college. His bat has ability but needs polish as well; USC assistant Bill Mosiello has a good track record working with young hitters and I think Stock’s talent will shine through eventually at the plate. So here’s a LH-hitting C with plus defensive and offensive tools down the line. In other words, I’m a fan.

 Q:  Jlaz from NY asks:
With BJ Upton looking really good (at bat) while playing 2nd base, does this mean that Elliot Johnson is out a position, or will Upton likely wind up in the outfield long term (or on a different team.) Thanks.
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John Manuel: It’s up to Upton in my mind; if he is passable defensively at second base, he’s a better player than Elliot Johnson. I don’t think Upton should move to the OF; he has infield actions and ability, and his arm could eventually make him a real asset at 2B. Could he be early 2000s Alfonso Soriano at 2nd? Why not? He may not have that kind of power, but he’s not far off.

 Q:  JAYPERS from IL asks:
When will the first BA Prospect Hot Sheet of the season go live? Very much looking forward to reading it. Will there be any changes to it?
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John Manuel: First Hot Sheet’s coming next week, and I would say the biggest change is working to get it up earlier in the day, as we do now with the Prospects Blog. If you haven’t checked it out, what are you waiting for? Chris Kline is KILLING IT over there, kudos to Chris.

 Q:  JAYPERS from IL asks:
Any progress in the Scherzer department? What’s been the reason for the inertia?
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John Manuel: The progress is he’s going to be one of the best college RHPs in this year’s draft. Doubt he’ll go No. 1 overall like Hochevar did last year, but there are no–repeat, zero–college RHPs who have stepped forward this spring. And if you want a college RHP that throws hard, your choices are Boras (Brackman) and Boras (Scherzer), with a little bit of Boras (Jake Arrieta) mixed in. As one scouting director told me, “Scott is back in the draft this year, big time.” I would say, when did he leave?

 Q:  john from chapel hill, nc asks:
John,Give me your 8 for Ohama. Thanks.
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John Manuel: I believe you mean Omaha, John, and I can’t wait to get back home in Omaha this year. Of all CWS to NOT go to, last year’s was such a good series, and I wasn’t there. Sigh. Heavy sigh. My eight this year will be, in alphabetical order: Arizona State, Florida State, Mississippi, North Carolina, Pepperdine, Texas, Vanderbilt and Wichita State. I’m surprised at myself for picking Ole Miss but I see their super-regional experience helping them this year, and the fact they are more pitching-oriented should help. I fully expect Rice and Oregon State to prove me wrong but the Owls have too many pitching and injury questions right now, and Oregon State has a pretty thin offense. But like I said, I expect those two to prove me wrong.

 Q:  Jake from Bartlett, IL asks:
John, hi! Love the chat. When can we expect to see Tim Lincecum in the majors, and what kind of results might we see? Perhaps I’m too optimistic, but to me, if Lincecum spends the bulk of 2007 in the Giants rotation, he’s going to be the runaway NL Rookie of the Year, no disrespect to Chris Young intended. He looks to be absolutely dominant, and showed in last night’s start that he can be economical with his pitches too. Isn’t Lincecum the best pitcher in the Giants organization right now, and again, no disrespect to Matt Cain or Barry Zito? Thanks for taking my questions.
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John Manuel: Big Lincecum fan, still think Matt Cain is probably at the same level (hard to be more dominant than Cain was last year in August and September for a five- or six-start stretch). But I don’t see how the Giants keep him on the farm for long . . . I wouldn’t write off Zito yet either for what that’s worth.

 Q:  Phillip from Overland Park, KS asks:
After a nice debut last year and a good start to this year can we say that the Cubs apparently did know what they were doing when they took Tyler Colvin ahead of where everyone thought he would go?
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John Manuel: Colvin wasn’t a consensus first-rounder, but we had him ranked too low last year in our draft preview. I don’t say that because he got drafted 13th overall; I say that because if the Cubs hadn’t taken him there, he still would have been taken in the supplemental round or 2nd round. We under-rated him, we read the scouting consensus on him wrong. It happens and I’m not proud of it. I’m shocked, shocked to find out Tim Wilken knows more than we do.

 Q:  Mike from albuquerque asks:
What potential do you see in Jason Heyward? I assume he will be drafted in the top 10 spots, but do you see him signing with the drafting team or does he go and play at UCLA?
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John Manuel: It sounds like he’s very much in the first half of the first round mix and signable. Alan Matthews ranked him No. 2 on our outfielders list. Sorry for the Bruins fans.

 Q:  Adam from Tucson asks:
What are your thoughts on Yunel Escobar? He wasn’t ranked in your Top 100 even after his AFL showing and now he hit .400 in ST and is hitting well in AAA.
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John Manuel: Well, he had as good of a spring as he could and couldn’t beat out a converted outfielder for the 2B job, and he didn’t win a job as a utility guy. I’m glad he’s 8-for-16, I’d like to see him succeed, but I’m not ready to say “big league regular” on him yet. Over the course of a full season last year (not 16 ABs), he didn’t hit for 3B power, didn’t play SS well enough and isn’t patient enough or offensive enough for 2B. It’s generally unsafe to made judgments based off the Arizona Fall League or spring training.

 Q:  Jeff from Tampa, FL asks:
Gavin Floyd – he had a great first start in AAA. Can he put it together and live up to the expectations of a #1 draft pick for the Chisox?
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John Manuel: Sorry, not a believer because of the inconsistency. He’s never been great at making adjustments, and I don’t believe he’s as competitive as he needs to be to be great, or even good.

 Q:  Jeff from Tampa asks:
Mike Costanzo is struggling mightily in AA. Is it too early to give up hope?
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John Manuel: He got off to a bad start and finished great last year; I wouldn’t jump ship at all. He does have two homers so far as well. Chris Kline talked to him for a recent Double-A notebook, give it a read, it’s good.

 Q:  Katie from San Diego asks:
Is there anyone with a starting rotation that can come close to competing with the Padres this year?
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John Manuel: It’s not just San Diego’s rotation, it’s the bullpen. Without the bullpen, the fact that Maddux and Wells are six-inning guys would be a problem, but that pitching staff and park are a formidable combo. Now they need to get some runs. Still think the Dodgers are better overall and that the Diamondbacks will challenge. You get no prize for “best rotation.”

 Q:  Mark from Omaha, CWS home asks:
Hey John,Do you think college baseball will be a viable moneymaker (or at least break even) for athletic departments in the near future? If so, when? If not, why not?
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John Manuel: It is for the NCAA already (the tournament turns seven-figure profits every year), and it is at certain schools though frankly I’ve never delved into that as much as I probably should. But just look at the ballparks built or being expanded or built. Think Texas isn’t making money on baseball? Why else would they build a $35 million park? I bet Oregon State’s going to be making money on it soon with 2000 fans per game. Same with North Carolina and the soon-to-be-redone Boshamer Stadium ($17 million). Will it be a money maker at northern schools? Probably not, unless global climate change happens soon or the season is pushed back to an April start date. Think about this one: Big Ten schools spend money to recruit players, to give them scholarships, to give them weight rooms, to coach them, then get to play 15-20 home games in the cold. Then summer college teams scoop them up in places like the Northwoods League, get free labor (players) and draw tons of fans every summer to watch them play, profiting off the schools’ investments. That’s a joke, frankly. Sometimes I don’t understand why Big Ten schools even try anymore.

 Q:  Mike from DC asks:
I’m a Red Sox fan watching the progress of our A+ team in Lancaster. Has that place always played like Coors Field (pre-humidor)? Is this going to retard the growth of the Sox pitching prospects (like Coors has ruined otherwise good majorleague pitchers)? Are the hitters actually going to learn to hit there if they can rely on the wind to do their power for them? Has anyone ever looked at the development of previous minor leaguers to go through Lancaster?
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John Manuel: So now the Sox are in the Cal League and Mike decides to pay attention . . . welcome to the party, Mike. Just kidding . . . yes, that’s always a ridiculous home run park, just like High Desert is out there. The Red Sox are going to have to wear it for two years, because Wilmington, Del., preferred the Royals over the Red Sox. It’s going to hurt hitters because they can get into bad habits and get over-confident, and it can hurt pitchers because they get hit hard. They have to focus on the process of making good pitches and not worry about results, easier said than done. Will Lingo and I discussed Lancaster’s need for a humidor in our podcast that’s posted today, seems like it would help everywhere, actually.

 Q:  Mike Marinaro from Tampa, FL asks:
Now that Adam Miller, Phil Hughes, and Homer Bailey are all pitching in the International League, which of these former high school draft picks will make The Show first, and which will be more impressive upon arrivial (i.e., short-term success)?
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John Manuel: Good to put Miller in that company, I should more frequently. It seems like the Yankees are going to have a hard time keeping Hughes out of their rotation, what with all their injuries already and their starting pitching struggling. I also believe he’s the most polished of the trio, but neither of the other two guys will have as much pressure on them.

 Q:  Phillip from Overland Park, KS asks:
Chipper Jones, Andruw Jones, have the Braves found the next great Jones in Brandon Jones? He’s been red hot to start the season in AA.
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John Manuel: I like Brandon a lot and see Ryan Langerhans getting run in the Braves OF and believe Brandon Jones is a better model. Whether he can help this year remains to be seen but eventually he’s a better option. Can he play big league CF if Andruw Jones leaves as a free agent? That’s tougher to say. Signs point to yes, but ask again later.

 Q:  Mike Marinaro from Tampa, FL asks:
You have the #1 pick in the upcoming draft, who do you take? Who were you debating over? What if you only could choose a high schooler?
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John Manuel: David Price for sure, if I could only pick a HS player, much tougher question, I suppose I would take Josh Vitters from the safe, seems like he’ll hit, good makeup category.

 Q:  Phillip from Overland Park, KS asks:
If you had to build your infield around Reid Brignac or Evan Longoria who would it be?
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John Manuel: Commence lightning round . . . now

John Manuel: Brignac because he can play short better and hits lefthanded, but it’s close. Longoria’s more polished and in fact for me, the big difference between him and Alex Gordon is (a) Gordon’s an LH bat, and (b) Gordon’s a little more athletic. Man, the Rays cannot screw this up, can they?

 Q:  Phillip from Overland Park, KS asks:
Scott Elbert or Clayton Kershaw, your choice.
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John Manuel: Gimme Elbert, he’s already reached Double-A, less can go wrong from here. Plus I am in a contrarian mood.

 Q:  Mike Marinaro from Tampa, FL asks:
Of all the great high school-drafted outfielders in the minors right now, who is most primed to take off like a rocket through the minors (think Guerrero in the mid-90′s): Bruce, Maybin, Upton, McCutchen, Rasmus, other?
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John Manuel: Maybin . . . Maybin . . . Maybin.

 Q:  Jeff from Tampa asks:
J.A. Happ – he looked good during spring training and his first start in Ottawa (AAA) was a 5 inning no hitter – he was removed for pitch count. Does his recent performance change your opinion – and what do you predict his career to be like in Philadelphia?
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John Manuel: Like him fine, not sure what opinion I had but I wouldn’t change any opinion I have based on five innings in Ottawa. If he’d thrown 5 IP in Ottawa against the ’95 Indians or 5 IP in Havana against Cuba with a gold medal on the line, that would be different.

 Q:  Katie from San Diego asks:
Adrian Gonzalez had a great year last year but is this the year he makes himself an MVP canidate?
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John Manuel: I really don’t see it, but I like how he’s exceeded those Doug Mientkiewicz comps. Guys who can hit usually can figure out how to hit for power. Still not sure why Sean Burroughs never did though.

 Q:  Henry Thompson from Tiburon , CA asks:
Hello and thanks for the chat I was wondering where you see Aaron Podera being drafted on draft day?
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John Manuel: He’s just been too inconsistent this year; there was first-round heat on him early, now it will just depend on who crosschecks him well and who doesn’t and where they pick. Still seems like a back-of-the-first-round guy but he hasn’t taken that step forward that was hoped for.

 Q:  Henry Thompson from Tiburon , CA asks:
Hi I was wondering if Billy Butler was an adequate defender would he be a top 10 prospect in baseball?
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John Manuel: Probably, because if he were adequate he’d be in RF due to his plus arm strength. He’s fun to watch hit, I also love his work ethic–he’s trying to get better with the glove. He’s just not a gifted athlete; he’s a gifted hitter, though, and that’s actually more important.

 Q:  Henry Thompson from Tiburon , CA asks:
Daric Barton = John Olreud or Mark Grace without the defense? any chance to win batting titles?
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John Manuel: Last one I think for Henry . . . those guys were both a lot taller than Barton. I’m not sure what he’ll end up producing, will he be Sean Burroughs or Adrian Gonzalez? Will the power come? I think more Mark Grace without the defense, with a chance for batting titles but I’ve got reservations about so many things, including him hitting 20-25 homers annually.

 Q:  Lola from l,o,l,a lola asks:
Most surprising thing about this MLB season so far?
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John Manuel: I didn’t think the Giants or Phillies would be this bad so far; in fact, I think I picked them both to win their divisions. Stick to college, I guess . . .

 Q:  Phil from Kansas City asks:
Whendo you expect to see Justin Upton figure it out?
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John Manuel: Sooner than later.

 Q:  rob from vancouver, BC asks:
I was just wondering of Canadian D1 players who you thought were putting in good seasons so far? Tim Smith and Jordan Lennerton are putting up great numbers but arent playing as much as I thought they would be at big schools.
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John Manuel: Smith’s getting more run at ASU since J. Bogany has forgotten how to hit. Smith’s hitting .407, and he’s got tools, so I think he can still go in the first five rounds. Lennerton’s a tougher question, not hitting for a ton of power for the Beavers but he’s been productive. I’d like more data before giving you a more specific answer.

 Q:  Matt from Seattle asks:
John:I would love to know if there is a hotter college pitcher in the country then Gonzaga’s Brandon Harmon. In his last 3 starts he has gone the distance in each of them, and is a combined; 3-0 with 27 IP, 11 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 7 BB, and 18 k’s. Can’t we give this guy some love? Where do you see him going in the June draft? Thanks.
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John Manuel: Derek Blacksher at McNeese State is profiled in today’s weekend preview and he’s been better in some ways–three straight CGs as well and 34 K’s in 27 IP with just 3 BB. I have a hard time seeing Harmon being an elite draft considering he’s hittable (82 H in 75 IP) and isn’t a big strikeouts guy (43 Ks, 20 BB). Just not a guy with huge draft buzz, but Gonzaga is playing well of late and making more of a push in the WCC.

 Q:  Russ from Purple Row asks:
How aggressive do you think the Rockies should be with Greg Reynolds? September call-up? ST 2008? Mid-2008? 2009?
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John Manuel: Why don’t we give him (and them) more than two starts in Double-A to worry about this? They drafted him for his polish, though, so they expect him to get up there sooner than later.

 Q:  Ernie from Avenel, NJ asks:
Hi John,Do you see John Vitters as a to 10 pick and if so by whom do you see him being drafted by ? Assuming he stays at 3B most of those teams drafting high either have recently drafted a 3B or have young 3B’s either in place or on the way. The first possible stop I see would be Arizona unless Pitt is not sold on Neil Walker.
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John Manuel: Just want to take a second to reiterate that need is never a reason to draft or not draft a guy. Let’s take the Blue Jays as an example. I believe they’d be better off if, in 2005, they had drafted SS Troy Tulowitzki than LHP Ricky Romero. I like Romero but the industry consensus was, Romero was not as good of a prospect as Tulowitzki. I guess Toronto thought Russ Adams was their SS of the future, even though every scout we ever talked to outside that organization thought he was ill-suited to SS. Instead of taking the better talent, they went for an LHP they thought they needed, and now they have Royce Clayton at SS and Romero in Double-A. ALWAYS take the best talent, need (or logjam of talent) be damned. Otheriwse, you’re cheating yourself out of talent.

 Q:  Oscar from Hawaii asks:
John,Where are Angel Villalona & Milton Loo ? Are they both in extended Spring waiting for Short Season to start ?
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John Manuel: Loo was banged up in instructs, and Villalona is 16 and doesn’t play for the Mets, who probably would have put him in low A (hard to argue with them). So yes, they’re both going to be in short-season or Rookie-level ball.

 Q:  jim rose from tampa, fl asks:
John, do you believe in the theory that the team with the most pro prospects wins championships? If so, does a team like Florida State have enough pro prospects to do damage in the tournament?
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John Manuel: No, I don’t. Miami in ’98 had way more prospects than USC (which did have Lane and Ensberg, but Miami had Burrell and A. Huff and Jason Michaels among others, with Bobby Hill hitting 9th), but Miami went 1-2 in Omaha. Rice had one hitting prospect in ’03, and Stanford has usually had more prospects than anyone lately when they go and they still haven’t won since ’88. No, that theory doesn’t wash for me. Texas ’02 is another example. Florida State has enough, especially two nice ones in Tony Thomas (stock rising!) and Buster Posey, a personal fave.

 Q:  Karl from Massachusetts asks:
Hi John, Thanks for the chat- Projecting, could you please rank these players: Pedro Alvarez, Michael Burgess, Evan Longoria, Matt Wieters. Thanks
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John Manuel: You’re welcome Karl. I’d go (1) Alvarez (2) Longoria (3) Wieters (4) Burgess.

 Q:  DATMAN from Irvine, CA asks:
Hey John, thanks for the chat…”How ’bout dem ‘Eaters?”
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John Manuel: Yes, how about the University of California at Irvine Anteaters? One more save and Blair Erickson gets the career saves record . . . at least Jack Krawczyk still has the single-season saves record of 23, but VMI’s Kevin Crum has 14 already, so look out there, Jack.

 Q:  Kendall from Hanahan SC asks:
If South Carolina could solitify their rotation, do you think that they could be in the mix for a national title?
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John Manuel: They are in the mix anyway, but yes, it’s crucial for Arik Hempy to give them something. Harris Honeycutt’s been very good but they need to be a bit deeper on the mound beyond Honeycutt, whether it’s from Hempy, Blake Cooper or Mike Cisco. They miss Jay Brown too, he’s more likely to be good than Hempy.

 Q:  Al Wheeler from Colorado Springs, Co. asks:
With the year Kyle Russell is having, do you see him being a 1st round pick? Would he surely leave UT if he is a 1st round pick?
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John Manuel: Sounds like it depends on the team, because he has holes in his swing, and a lot of teams saw him just be brutal in the Cape last summer and wonder if he can handle hard stuff in with a wood bat. That said, it’s up to the area scouts to assess the signability. Hard to turn down seven figures though.

 Q:  Andrew from Boston asks:
It seems like Jacoby Ellsbury is the type of prospect that gets better at every stage. So far he has 5 doubles in 4 games, which is what half as many as he had last year. Do you think this power spike might be real, and could we see 40 extra base hits or so from him?
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John Manuel: I believe it is real, I like Ellsbury’s swing and believe he’ll have enough pop for 30-40 XBH and more importantly, enough pop to avoid being a Jason Tyner-Joey Gathright-Juan Pierre type.

 Q:  the Schwartzenator from Springfield, IL asks:
What is the latest news of the televising of the 1st round of this year’s draft? Have MLB and ESPN come close to an agreement as of yet?
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John Manuel: The Extra Innings package negotiations seemed to have gotten in the way. They’ve started arranging more details so it sounds like an announcement is upcoming.

 Q:  Jared from St. Louis asks:
After a great 2006, strong spring training, and quick start to 2007 is Chris Duncan changing any opinions at Baseball America? Or still seen as a fluke?
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John Manuel: The dimension he brings is a good one, home run power, but I don’t imagine he’ll ever be an all-star. He’s a decent platoon piece, so yes, he has changed my opinion, he’s improved it, I thought he was a 4-A player.

 Q:  Steve from Houston asks:
Please give your comments on the Southland conference teams and draft prospects. Any high round prospects?
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John Manuel: Sounds like Lamar’s Collin Delome could go pretty high, first five rounds, best prospect in the league.

 Q:  Fred from Baltimore asks:
Will BA be making a mid-season top 50 college prospects list with changes from the start of the season? Thanks.
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John Manuel: That’s being worked on now, should be online in about a week.

 Q:  Kyle from Chapel Hill asks:
Tony Thomas Jr. of FSU and Dustin Ackley of NC are tearing up the ball this spring. Are they your front runners so far for ACC player of the year. How about the National playerPitcher of the year awards so far?
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John Manuel: WE dont’ give such an award, but yes, they’d be my frontrunners if we did. We gave Kyle Russell (Texas) our midseason POY award, and David Price midseason pitcher.

 Q:  Chris from Washington D.C. asks:
The Tar Heels are 30-5 and off to their best start in school history. Do you like their chances better this year to win it all even after losing Miller, Bard, and Hovis off of last year’s squad?
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John Manuel: Had to take a UNC question, as I’ve had about 20. Jonathan Hovis will be the hardest to replace, great setup man, led the nation in ERA and was rubber-armed. Very tough to replace.

 Q:  Josh Adams from Florida asks:
Hey just wanted to ask who are the top 5 freshman rigt now as of performance? And do you tink Laporta as a chance to win another national player of the year award?
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John Manuel: Ackley wins for freshman, it’s a big dropoff from there but USC’s trio of Grant Green at short, Robert Stock at c-rhp and Brad Boxberger at RHP deserve mention. Mike Minor has shined for Vanderbilt and I’ll throw in Cole Figueroa for his role in reversing Florida’s fortunes. Still can’t believe how the Gators can’t pitch year after year after year.

 Q:  Thomas from New York asks:
I know it’s early, but what do make of the early performances of the Met’s top teenage prospects (Martinez, Guerra, Pena)? Also, how does Guerra now project that his fastball is hitting the mid-90s, to go along with his plus change-up?
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John Manuel: One caveat on Guerra, he’s great and all, I believe the hype, but he’ll have to throw a breaking ball to survive in the majors, unless he’s got Curt Schilling-like command. He might; but RHPs without a breaking ball are hard to find in starting rotations. They usually are in the bullpen.

 Q:  Thomas from Winston-Salem asks:
Lets play a little “June Madness.” Who is your favorite Mid Major to make a run into Super Regionals?
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John Manuel: Anyone from the MVC, three legit teams in Wichita State, Creighton and Evansville. If you want someone else, I’d suggest Coastal Carolina.

 Q:  Fonz41 from Milwaukee asks:
Hi John, already looking forward to the 2008 draft. It looks like there will be a lot of power hitters available (i.e., Alvarez, Smoak, Brett Wallace). How do guys like Y. Alonso, R. Kieschnick and A. Dykstra shape up as power bats for ’08?
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John Manuel: Thankfully, yes, the ’08 college class has more hitters. Don’t forget Jordan DAnks too, though he’s only got 3 HRs this year.

 Q:  Peter from Durham, NC asks:
Better pitcher long-term…Justin Verlander or Homer Bailey?
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John Manuel: Verlander . . .

Moderator: And that’s the way it is, Friday, April 13, 2007. Thanks for tuning in, and good night.

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