MINORS: The Eyes Have It—Bobby Dalbec and Daniel Lynch

Bobby Dalbec (3B, BOS) (pictured above during 2016 College World Series)
Games seen: 21 games in 2018 (in High-A)
Red Sox #14 Prospect (preseason)
ETA: 2020

As you can see with the games played total above, this is a player who I've seen a lot—perhaps to the point of overexposure—before his recent promotion to AA-Portland. The high total of games played, however, has allowed a fuller picture to develop; Bobby Dalbec has made noticeable improvements over the course of the season, which led to a huge July with 10 HRs and a .319 BA.

A fourth-round pick in 2016, Dalbec’s calling card has always been his plus-plus raw power. Dalbec sets up with an open stance and is a menacing presence at the plate. He is able to drive the ball to all fields...

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