Arenado earned a No. 23 ranking from Law as recently as March and a No. 42 ranking from Baseball America in February, but his poor performance through 84 minor league games has resulted in a massive loss in expectation.
The 21-year-old infielder was expected to possess 20 to 25 home run power, but has only hit 7 homers through 350 PA in Double-A. He currently owns a near-league-average .278/.332/.399 slash line.
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