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  1. Having witnessed Correa’s first 2 Appalachian League games, I think you are underrating his comprehensive baserunning skills. Of all the skills I saw on display those 2 days (he went 3-for-5 at the plate including a double off the RCF wall and a BB, swinging and missing once and not suprisingly at a RHP’s breaking ball in the dirt), his baserunning was what impressed me the most. Twice I saw him advance on infield plays that very few runners at any level would attempt to move up on, and he did it in an aggressive but nonreckless way and had plenty of speed that in each case the defense had no play on him. His primary and secondary leads were great, and applied pressure to both the pitcher and other defenders. While his footspeed is probably short of + in scouting circles today, the obvious baseball instincts present in him probably push his comprehensive baserunning skills into the range of + to ++.

    Comment by reillocity — November 15, 2012 @ 1:51 pm

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