In 2013, Rockies prospect Rosell Herrera rode a South Atlantic League MVP award to top-100 prospect status as a member of the Asheville Tourists. Lost in the .343/.419/.515 triple slash line was the fact Herrera’s home park had a 297 foot right field fence. An honest look at park factors would have helped predict his drop in performance. Being one who touted the young switch hitter after seeing him on multiple occasions, his breakout was something to be excited about. When wanting to believe in a prospect’s ability, it’s easy to overlook the obvious.
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