Zach Levine - the hardest working man for the Chronicle - has a profile on Koby Clemens, who has officially moved to first base.
“It's definitely going to be a big year for me to see how I do at that level where a lot of big-time prospect players are. If I have a good year, anything can happen. But I'm not going to put any more pressure than I need to.”
Let's take a look at minor-league first basemen from 2009:
Mark Saccomanno (110 games): 137x493, .278/.329/.436, 87K:34BB, 43XBH-67RBI
Mark Ori (97 games): 111x423, .262/.334/.336, 88K:41BB, 29XBH-45RBI
Jimmy Van Ostrand (48 games): 104x367, .283/.364/.469, 67K:43BB, 35XBH-71RBI
Koby Clemens: 146x423, .345/.419/.636, 109K:51BB, 73XBH-121RBI