Originally Posted by mnvikingstwins
He apparently is better at breaking balls over spring training.
What? You are referencing 10 at bats that likely came early in spring training when pitchers weren't even throwing all their pitches. I can see the case for saying Sano is the top prospect; he has more power and has more professional at bats under his belt. Sano has a bit worse than a 1/2 BB/K ratio, while Buxton is nearly 1-1. Sano has more strikeouts than games played.
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Last edited by ageofreason13; 05-15-2013 at 12:44 PM.
Reason: fixed typo