Twitter follower @27imokemp, who runs a Pirates blog called U Gotta Believe, passed along a video of Jin-De Jhang this afternoon. For those of you who don't know, Jhang is a catching prospect in the lower levels. He was signed out of Taiwan in late 2011 for $250,000. He's been on the radar as a prospect to watch in the lower levels, although he's still raw in some areas, and is mostly potential at this point. He's got the potential to be a two-way catcher, with a good bat and strong defensive skills behind the plate. Imokemp had some thoughts on Jhang on his site. Below is the video, along with my thoughts.
Jin-De Jhang is a potential two-way catching prospect.
Jhang looked over-matched in several of the at-bats. However, h...
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