Here's the link to Chris Kline's article, but here's the highlight:
"To me, he's the class of this league," a scout with an American League club said. "He just works so hard and you have to love that makeup. No knock on Andy, who's also a hard worker, but Stewart has better bat speed, a better game plan against pitchers, better actions around the bag, quicker reactions and a plus arm. His footwork needs more work and he doesn't move to his right very well. Bottom line is Stewart is just more polished than LaRoche right now."The Javelinas play a later game against Mesa today, but that's a pretty glowing review and a nice preview of what to look for next season at Tulsa. Really, I think Stewart's going to force an interesting dilemna with Garrett Atkins by the end of next season. This isn't meant to be a knock on Garrett, as he's been fine at third, but with Stewart we have somebody who could be a perennial all-star there. At any rate, the first break-up of Gen-R is just around the corner.