I reckon some of those guys can be trained to become highly effective T20 players. Baseball players hit the ball a lot further than cricketers do (I know a six is a six irrespective of distance) and I think after a couple of years of being taught the ropes in T20 cricket, they could become a top team. A former English cricketer recently turned a Korean baseball team into cricketers and they reached the quarter finals of the Asia cup cricket competition. This guy reckons minor league baseball players in America could be trained to become T20 cricketers, and in so doing make America into an effective T20 cricketing team. They could become successful because they will hit loads of sixes, almost at will like Chris Gayle does. One thing I've heard from people who have seen baseball players play cricket is that, though their technique maybe poor, they hit the ball a lot further than their cricketing teammates.