If there's one Spring Training question I get asked more than any others, it's the following:
"Who has impressed you the most?"
There's different variations. Sometimes it's just the vague "out of the 150+ people in camp, which player stands out" variety. Sometimes the question narrows down to a group of prospects. Sometimes it's only two prospects. But every single time it's almost impossible for me to answer.
First of all, I probably see these guys more than anyone else, outside of people in the organization. So for the most part, when I'm watching them, there's nothing that impresses me, as I've seen it before.
Take Stetson Allie, for example. I watched him in an intrasquad game yesterday. It was hard to take the game seriously, since it was more of a practice than a game. Bu...
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