Minor League Baseball Player Review – Nolan Reimold
Coming up next is a review of Orioles minor league baseball outfielder Nolan Reimold.
What I composed at that point: “Reimold invested some energy in the minor league DL last season with an angled physical issue, yet he had a somewhat fruitful year by batting over .300 with 11 homers in 186 at-bats at Double-A Bowie. The 24-year-old demonstrated 20/20 potential in Single-A during the 2006 season and resembles a seat player in any event. The large concern is his contact rate with in excess of 100 strikeouts in Single-An and 47 in just 186 at-bats last season. He barely has the upside of Nick Markakis because of the contact issues. Estimated time of arrival: 2008”
Reimold never really made it to the majors last season, yet that doesn’t imply that he neglected to have a decent year. Actually, his stock may have even ascended with a decent year at Double-A Bowie. At age 24, Reimold hit .284-25-84 and indicated a better than average contact rate. Reimold figures to keep on creating power with his huge edge, and he has remarkable plate discipline for a player of his height. The worry is that his plate order will decay as he goes up, and he was somewhat old to play at Double-A this season. Be that as it may, Reimold is a strong possibility and apparently the best outfield prospect in Baltimore’s framework. Search for him to get an opportunity by middle of the season and conceivably considerably prior on the off chance that he has a decent spring. The Orioles are positively wealthy in their outfield for the time being with Adam Jones and Nick Markakis, and Reimold has an incredible chance to polish off the trifecta.