Third Baseman | Retired or Inactive Players
One thing's for sure, late in the game you're glad you have him on the field. Queen quickly learned that he could drive the ball out the opposite way. That knowledge has made him a better hitter because he now uses the entire field. He has a natural lift to his swing, which produces few groundballs. He hits righthanders and lefthanders with equal consistency. His strength is in the gaps.
Baserunning & Defense
His arm and range are average, and he has a tendency to get lazy with his feet. Queen's absolutely no threat to steal and doubles must be obvious for him to chance advancing.
-- Ska Nyman, A-Ball Scout