It's that time of the year when we take stock of the Atlanta Braves organization and analyze the top…
Braves vs. Mets: Second Base Prospects
The Two Farm Systems: Neither organization is deep with quality long-term second base prospects but that is more so the case with the Atlanta Braves. The Mets at least have some former shortstop types who bring enough athleticism and batting to bring some intrigue to the position. Now if New York's Wilmer Flores [who we're going to leave out of the comparison below for now] could ever make a full defensive transition to second base from third base then he immediately would become the top second base prospect in either organization, especially after hitting a combined .300 with 50 extra-base hits between high-A St. Lucie and Double-A Binghamton last year. He played 27 games at second base last year and caught everything near him but not only is his range very limited, he still has a lot to learn about the nuances of the double-play pivot. It's not often that somebody gets moved to a middle infield position from a corner position at the highest minor league levels so there is...
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