I made my debut on ChadMoriyama.com today with an article about some minor-leaguers who are off to fast starts. Here's an excerpt:
"Jesus Alberto Arredondo — get used to that name, especially if the guy is going to continue to get on base 47 percent of the time.
Arredondo (.400/.471/.567) was signed out of Mexico, is in his first professional season, and he’s already making a great pitchers league look easy. He’s listed as a shortstop, but he’s been playing second base and just turned 21 in February. Maybe he’s the offensive version of Angel Sanchez, who burst onto the scene as a 21-year-old in the Midwest League last year."