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Andrew Guillotte, 22-yrs-old
Andrew got his professional career off on the right foot and won the C’s starting CF job. He started off with Bluefield, but got promoted to Vancouver after 7 games. In 54 games in CF, Guillotte registered 9 assists, 3 errors, a 2.46 RangeFactor, and .978 Fld%. Andrew finished with an astounding 11 OF assists in 61 games.
Despite a low average, Andrew posted solid .344 wOBA and 111 wRC+ with the Vancouver Canadians.
Overall, Andrew hit .247/.353/.347 with a .700OPS, 10 doubles, a triple, 4 HR, 21RBI, 19SB, 9.4BB%, 11.2K%, and .276BABIP.
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Launching pad- It is safe to say that Andrew Guillotte will start the year with Lansing, when considering the CF depth ahead of him. Don’t be surprised to see Guillotte bypass Lo-A and head straight to Advanced-A a la Roemon Fields.
Earl Burl III, 22-yrs-old
Don’t let the label of being a 2015 30th round draft pick fool you, Earl Burl III is as talented as they come. Earl played in 49 games, splitting time between LF and CF. He played 4 more games in CF than in LF and produced better numbers. In 27 games in CF Earl posted 2.07 RangeFactor and .933 Fld%. He finished with 6 OF assists and 5 errors in the OF.
Earl produced at a below-average level with .292 wOBA and 78 wRC+, while not showing much power (.086 ISO).
Overall Earl Burl III hit .216/.310/.284 with a .593 OPS, 8 doubles, a triple, 15RBI, 9SB, 10.7BB%, 24.9K%, and .302 BABIP.
Launching pad- Earl will be in a dog fight for Vancouver’s starting CF with the next CF on the list.
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