After hearing someone saying that Brown is a "Poor man's Tyler Graham" I wanted to find out what people on here thought. Just a quick observation, and my opinion:
Tyler Graham was drafted in 2005... finally posted a good line in Fresno just last season... also has never played a full season. If I were to compare Graham to anyone, it would be Darren Ford, with less speed.
Graham hit .340, but had a total 2 HR's, 25 XBH, and a .097 isolated power. Brown, in his first professional season, is hitting .369 w/ a .170 isolated power, and 28 stolen bases (Graham- 22).
Brown is on pace for 50 XBH- realistically, he'll be around 35-40. Graham is currently hitting .261 w/ 7 XBH.
Projections are hard to judge by, but clearly, Brown has more upside, hitting the way he is in his first professional season.
Just my opinion from what I've seen, feel free to comment. I could be completely wrong, just let me know- no hard feelings.
Who has better for the upside for the future?
Gary Brown (263 votes)
Tyler Graham (3 votes)
Both the next Darren Ford (8 votes)
274 total votes