Jeff Wilson has some belated notes up about Fall Instructs over at BA. The one that surprises me is that Luis Sardinas - the best shortstop in the TX system - had his FIL stint cut short due to a dislocated shoulder. To early to call it a trend yet (injured out of EST as well):
"(Profar is) a good looking shortstop with all the tools you'd want to see, but he's got that something-extra, an awareness, an internal clock, that not everyone has," Daniels said. "He's an exciting young player."
Daniels was impressed with his quick look at the players in the instructional league.
"We were a really young group out there this year," Daniels said. "But everyone that went out there—the coaches, the scouts—were really excited about the talent level and the makeup of the guys out there."
Another 17-year-old switch-hitting shortstop, Luis Sardinas, saw his run through the instructional league cut short by dislocated right shoulder, but the Rangers expect the Venezuelan to be ready for spring training.