From WTM's profiles
At Bradenton in 2011 Ramon Cabrera hit 0.343, with 25 doubles and 38 walks (as opposed to 29 strike outs). In contrast, his understudy, Carlos Paulino, hit 0.299, with 18 doubles, 18 walks, and 33 strikeouts.
In contrast, Tony Sanchez hit 0.314 with 17 doubles, 28 walks, and 41 strike outs at Bradenton in 2010. Although Sanchez is a good receiver, he has not done so well in throwing out runners. In three minor league seasons he's thrown out 22% of runners attempting to steal. Of course Cabrera only threw out 23%, but Paulino threw out 34%. Sure, sure, you steal on the pitcher, not on the catcher. But the pitchers were not any more adept when Cabrera or Paulino were catching.
So who's the best catching prospect in the minors?
Ramon Cabrera (63 votes)
Carlos Paulino (17 votes)
Tony Sanchez (148 votes)
Someone else (9 votes)
237 total votes