Originally Posted by VAChief
Maybe if you are talking solely about upside, but Jenkins has yet to prove he can consistently get the results you want (even at lower levels). He is still only 20 so the slow steady approach could prove to be just what he needed.
One guy I am looking forward to following more this coming year is Kevin Seigrist. He was virtually off the radar until last year, and finished up with a solid AFL stint. I think he might end up being a better left hand prospect in the long run than Gast. He needs to show he can stay healthy.
Excellent points on Jenkins, but Wacha has a pretty small sample size. Hopefully they both become #1s.
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