MB100 | 26 in the Mix | Sucre, Vieira, Wawoe

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== More in the mix ==

Here’s three more in our countdown of the MB100 top prospects in the Mariner organization.

As always, everything we’ve revealed so far can be found on the “MB100” page, which is always linked at the top.

The 26 in the Mix are listed alphabetically.

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Jesus Sucre | C | 2014 age: 26 | RH

Traditional Hitting Stats

Year Age Lvl G PA AB H 2b 3b HR BB K BA OBP SLG OPS
2006 18 FRk 35 145 133 37 8 1 1 9 12 0.278 0.331 0.376 0.707
2007 19 Rk 40 114 104 23 5 0 0 7 10 0.221 0.265 0.269 0.535
2008 20 Rk 44 163 154 28 2 0 3 7 24 0.182 0.222 0.253 0.475
2009 21 A+-A 98 382 366 106 23 1 6 14 50 0.290 0.317 0.407 0.724
2010 22 2 lvl 86 347 336 85 20 1 7 8 43 0.253 0.272 0.381 0.653
2011 23 AA 72 237 221 48 8 0 1 11 19 0.217 0.256 0.267 0.523
2012 24 AA 90 349 321 87 11 0 1 20 39 0.271 0.319 0.315 0.633
2013 25 2 lvl 29 115 106 32 4 0 0 8 12 0.302 0.351 0.340 0.690

Spectometer Analysis

Year Age Lvl HR% BB% XBH + BB% ISO K% PSA+ Conv+ Comp
Age Arc Slugger > 4% Goal > 8.5% Goal > 19% Goal > .200 Goal < 20% Stong Prospect > 100
2006 18 “0” 0.69% 6.21% 13.10% 0.098 8.28% 87 82 69
2007 19 “0” 0.00% 6.14% 10.53% 0.048 8.77% 76 64 41
2008 20 “+1” 1.84% 4.29% 7.36% 0.071 14.72% 52 54 6
2009 21 “0” 1.57% 3.66% 11.52% 0.117 13.09% 61 78 40
2010 22 “0” 2.02% 2.31% 10.37% 0.128 12.39% 57 80 37
2011 23 “+1” 0.42% 4.64% 8.44% 0.050 8.02% 69 63 32
2012 24 “+2” 0.29% 5.73% 9.17% 0.044 11.17% 66 57 22
2013 25 “+2” 0.00% 6.96% 10.43% 0.038 10.43% 75 60 35

Sucre didn’t make the list for his bat.  In that regard, he’s good at one thing.  He’s very hard to strike out.  Because of that, and not walking much, and not really hitting the ball hard, he’s pretty much dependent on his BABIP (batting average on balls in play).  And you can see his BA and OBP bounce around a lot because of that.  But he’ll have some decent-looking years because of it, too.

So … defense.  Jack Zduriencik is a big fan, and he gave Sucre an MLB shot in 2013, but it didn’t last long (8 games) due to injury.  But he got there due to his athleticism and ability behind the plate.  And this “sorprendido” tells you a lot.

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Thyago Vieira | Starter | 2014 age: 21 | RH

Traditional Pitching Stats

Year Age Lvl W L ERA G SV IP H HR BB K WHIP H/9 HR/9 BB/9 K/9
2011 18 FRk 2 0 4.00 12 0 18 20 0 22 8 2.33 10.00 0.00 11.00 4.00
2012 19 FRk 3 5 6.05 13 0 55 67 2 17 35 1.53 11.00 0.30 2.80 5.70
2013 20 A- 4 5 3.84 14 0 68 60 2 34 51 1.38 7.90 0.30 4.50 6.80

Spectometer Analysis

Year Age Lvl HR% BB% XBH + BB% ISO K% PSA+ Conv+ Comp
Age Arc Goal < 1% Goal < 6% Goal < 14% Goal < .100 Goal > 20% Strong prospect > 100
2011 18 FRk “0” 0.00% 23.66% 29.03% 0.074 8.60% -32 78 -54
2012 19 FRk “0” 0.80% 6.83% 13.25% 0.097 14.06% 96 98 94
2013 20 SS-A “+1” 0.66% 11.22% 19.14% 0.118 16.83% 71 92 63

Brazilian pitchers are “all the rage”!  Well, Luiz Gohara is.  And Daniel Missaki made some noise as well.  Vieira, not so much, but he gets some “love by association.”

He gets here mostly because the organization gave him a leap all the way from Venezuela to Everett, and sent him out there every fifth day.  That indicates they think he’s worth investing in.  He didn’t light up the board at all, but he is very good at keeping the ball in the yard.  We’ll see if he can build on that.

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Gianfranco Wawoe | Infielder | 2014 age: 19 | SH

Traditional Hitting Stats

Year Age Lvl G PA AB H 2b 3b HR BB K BA OBP SLG OPS
2011 16 FRk 36 100 78 14 2 0 0 17 14 0.179 0.360 0.205 0.565
2012 17 FRk 50 188 166 42 9 1 0 20 25 0.253 0.340 0.319 0.660
2013 18 FRk 68 284 244 80 19 4 6 33 25 0.328 0.415 0.512 0.927

Spectometer Analysis

Year Age Lvl HR% BB% XBH + BB% ISO K% PSA+ Conv+ Comp
Age Arc Slugger > 4% Goal > 8.5% Goal > 19% Goal > .200 Goal < 20% Stong Prospect > 100
2011 16 “-2” 0.00% 17.00% 19.00% 0.026 14.00% 132 52 84
2012 17 “-1” 0.00% 10.64% 15.96% 0.066 13.30% 97 69 65
2013 18 “0” 2.11% 11.62% 21.83% 0.184 8.80% 138 117 155

Wawoe wow!  Do we love being able to say that?  Of course!

But let’s not get too carried away.  The youngster from Curacao hasn’t had a plate appearance outside Venezuela yet.

But … he showed up at 16 and immediately showed brilliant plate skills, even though couldn’t actually hit the ball a lick.  Now at 18: yeah, it looks like he learned to hit the ball a lick, and the plate skills are still there.  It sure looks like a guy consolidating his abilities in an exciting way.

Wawoe played short his first two seasons, but was mostly at second in 2013, and also got some time in center and left.  Cano backed up by Wawoe?  That’s a long way off, but it’s not all that far-fetched.

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