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It wouldn’t be a Ralph and Halp catcher prospect podcast without Tom Murphy, and unfortunately for Murphy and his fantasy owners, this week’s podcast is no exception. We talk Murphy and Carson Kelly to start the show, along with a little MLB Playoffs discussion. We then get into our top 10 catcher prospect rankings, and while there is no disagreement that Francisco Mejia is the top prospect at the position, our opinion differs greatly on Jorge Alfaro. We discuss if Zack Collins can improve his hit tool, is Keibert Ruiz the next Mejia, and how much shine is back on Alex Jackson’s prospect status. We dive deep into everybody from Danny Jansen, Jake Rogers, Andy Yerzy, and Chase Vallot, to William Contreras, Ronaldo Hernandez, Tyler Stephenson, Austin Allen, and many more. Finally, please make sure to support our sponsor by heading over to RotoWear.com and entering promo code “SAGNOF” for 15% off the highest quality t-shirts in the fantasy sports game. It’s the latest edition of the Razzball Fantasy Baseball Prospect Podcast:

   
  1. Richard Davis says:
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    thoughts on Garrett Stubbs? With Jake Rogers gone, and McCann and Gattis on their way out, Stubbs could be the everyday catcher in a great Astros lineup soon(2019?). Thanks. Keep up the good work guys

    • Halp

      Halp says:
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      @Richard Davis: yea, i meant to mention him at the end. I think he was playing through a nagging injury, so some of his struggles could be explained by that. I still like him in a deep league and wouldn’t sell low.

      • Ralph Lifshitz

        Ralph Lifshitz says:
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        @Halp: He’s a guy we both hyped up a lot last offseason and there’s a lot to like. He was definitely a little beat up this season, but I like his athleticism and baseball acumen. Nothing is off the charts in terms of hitting tools, but he hits enough to be relevant.

  2. chris says:
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    Keibert Ruiz is sexy

    • Halp

      Halp says:
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      @chris: And still way under the radar

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