Normally, I wouldn't presume to give my opinions, but since I've got a team playing in San Antonio that's in first by 10 games, I'll take a shot... Priority on offense is getting as many free bases as possible, so batting eye, base running and bunting become more important. HR to LF is the only thing not negatively impacted by the park, so any slow guys should have good power to left (need to know batting hand and push pull tendency). Defensively,, avoid free bases (wow this is profound). For catchers, throwing arm and accuracy are much more important than pitch calling here - the park will limit baserunners on it's own, so you want to keep them where they're at. It's very important that defenders, especially up the middle meet at least minimum ratings for position, There is no safe place to hide a fielder with a supbar rating here, unless maybe a rock with a rocket in RF. For pitching, you can accept somewhat lower splits than normal (though Diego Bennet should not be in the majors, anywhere), but you need high control (again, no free baserunners) As for the scouting question, go opposite of whatever most others in the league do.