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Marlins to seriously consider with the No. 4 pick (assuming he’s still on the board by then)."WhiteFanposts Sections News & RumorsAnalysisPodcastsProspects & DraftGame CoverageFull ArchiveMasthead Social Marlins Players on TwitterFish Stripes on InstagramMarlins Media Members Fish Stripes Best of 2018 Marlins StoriesScheduleRosterStatsCommunity Guidelines StubHub 鉁昅iami Marlins Prospects and Draft Coverage2019 MLB Draft Profile: Rece Hinds The prep power hitter should be a candidate for the Marlins to seriously consider with the No. 4 pick (assuming he’s still on the board by then).EDTShareTweetShareShare2019 MLB Draft Profile: Rece Hinds Photo by @rece_hinds/InstagramOverviewPosition: SS/3B/OFHeight: 6’4”Weight: 210 poundsSchool: IMG AcademyCommitment: LSU2019 MLB Draft ProfileRece Hinds is from Niceville Matt Andriese Jersey , Florida and plays his high school ball at the prestigious IMG Academy. One of the most powerful prospects in the 2019 MLB Draft, Hinds played summer ball with the East Coast Sox Select and also spent some time with the USA National Team. He verbally committed to the Louisiana State University a little over two years ago. Hinds was selected to play in the Perfect Game All-American Game. He also played in the Under Armour All-American Game twice as a junior and senior. At 6-foot-4 and 210 pounds, Hinds is already very physically mature. The first thing that jumps out at you is his power—some scouts have said that Hinds has the most raw power in the entire draft. His bat speed is at an elite level and his exit velocity has been measured as high as 101 mph. The right-handed batter has a slightly long swing, though that can easily be corrected. He’s shown the ability to drive the ball to all fields, but tends to swing around the ball and pulls off to try to hit home runs. On defense, Hinds has the skillset to be a sound third baseman at the next level. He has one of the strongest arms in the class, clocked throwing 98 mph across the diamond. StrengthsElite powerStrong armGood baserunnerStrong ball playerExciting prospectCan also play one of the corner outfield positionsRaw bat speedLower half quicknessWeaknessesLong swingSwings and misses a tonHas trouble staying inside the ballStruggles with his footworkCan’t play shortstop in the MLBPro Comparison: JoeyGalloProjection: First-round pickBottom LineRece Hinds is going to be a first-round pick and has the potential to end up being the best player in the draft. His power will mostly like grade around a 70 on the 20-80 scouting scale. The Marlins already have a very solid third baseman in Brian Anderson, but Hinds’ potential might be too much to pass up on. If the Marlins do take him with the fourth pick, they are drafting a high-risk/high-reward prep prospect. After misfiring on several of those types of players in recent years, it’s also possible that the front office takes a safer route rather than gambling on Hinds’ extraordinary ceiling. Here are some videos of his power: It was close. But in the end, there can be only one..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Diamondbacks Farm TeamsGameday ThreadsDiamondbacks NewsDiamondbacks Game ReportsFang Food2018 Arizona Diamondbacks Play of the Year: Zoombiya robs J-UpNew,9commentsIt was close. But in the end, there can be only one...ByJim McLennan@AZSnakepitDec 14 C. J. Cron Jersey , 2018,3:00pm ESTShareTweetShareShare2018 Arizona Diamondbacks Play of the Year: Zoombiya robs J-UpKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsAnd, by close, I mean there was an actual tie between this play, and Nick Ahmed’s game ending dive and throw against the Rockies. Each of those received 35% of the votes, which left it up to me, in my capacity as Speaker of the SnakePit House, to cast the deciding ballot between the two. It wasn’t easy: I ended up re-watching them both several times, but eventually came down on the side of Jarrod Dyson. The main factor which tipped the balance for me was the leverage of the situation. If Ahmed didn’t make the play, the D-backs would still be five runs up with one out to get. If Dyson didn’t make his, a four-run lead is potentially wiped out, or at least, heavily reduced http://www.raysfanproshop.com/authentic-evan-longoria-jersey , with a huge momentum swing. Indeed, you can put a specific value on the Win Probability of each play, using the calculator here. For Dyson, Arizona’s WP after he made the catch was 89.58%. If he hadn’t made it, the WP depended on what exactly happened. If it was a grand-slam tying the game, it was 42.34%. Even if it hadn’t made it over the fence, becoming say a two-run double, with runners on the corners, our WP would have dropped to 73.13%, making it worth at least 16.45%. The Ahmed play? Obviously, 100% afterward. But otherwise, we were still virtually guaranteed victory: a five-run lead with a man on first and two outs is still a WP of 99.86%, meaning for all its merits Jonny Venters Jersey , Nick only added 0.14%.There’s also Justin Upton’s reaction. I’ll admit, there’s nothing sweeter than seeing any opposing hitter think they hit a home-run, stroll out of the batter’s box towards first, and then discover it isn’t the case. The only way I can imagine this play possibly as having been any better, is it had come against the Dodgers and Yasiel Puig. Once again, for your viewing pleasure: here’s Upton in GIF format. There are likely a few Arizona fans, still holding an anti-Upton grudge for whatever reason, who were especially delighted that it happened to J-Up. I wouldn’t go that far, personally; however, the obvious schadenfreude to be had is still a factor in the almost infinite repeat value of this play. Also worthy of note, is Jarrod not being content with making the catch, and bouncing off the wall. He also got the ball back in to the infield quickly, preventing the runner on first base from advancing into scoring position. Factors elsewhere in the game perhaps enhanced the impact as well Matt Moore Jersey , for Upton had already hit one home-run earlier on. And shortly after this catch, Nick Ahmed hit one deep to center, which went off the glove of the Angels’ center-fielder and over the wall demonstrating how not to do it [That Ike Grout guy, or whatever his name is, will never amount to anything much...], and giving the D-backs back their four-run lead. In conclusion, all I can add to the above is, it was nice to have a Dyson that doesn’t suck. :)

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