Being a Lynchburg Hillcats fan, I have firsthand knowledge of how good this young hitter is. It is when the "experts" that rank the prospects dissed Joey a little, that I decided to follow him a little closer. For Terdoslavich to be named Braves Organizational Player of the Year, it must mean, generally speaking, that the Braves think very highly of this young man. So, when they decided to throw him into the fire of the Arizona Fall League (AFL), which is primarily an exhibition league with all the finest prospects in Minor League Baseball, to see how Joey would stack up, I am dumbfounded that as the league concluded it's short season, that Joey wasn't among their list of the top 25 prospects. So, here's a little FYI for all you Braves fans: this kid is awesome! How awesome? OK...looking at the AFL stats, and since it's an exhibition league, I'm going to add in the stats from the two exhibition games where stats were somehow excluded (The AFL Rising Stars Game, and the AFL Championship Game). Of the top 100 or so hitting prospects in the game today who played in this year's AFL, Joey ranked 10th in hits (32), 9th in XBH (13), 9th in SLG (.604), 9th in 3Bs (2), 8th in AVG (.351), 6th in Runs (24), 6th in OPS (1.059), and 5th in OBP (.455). Terdoslavich also ranked 11th in HR (4), 11th in TB (55), and 13th in 2B (7), On top of Joey's outstanding year at Lynchburg, where he managed 52 doubles and 20 homers, I just want to say, Congratulations on a Great Year, Joey!