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Postby raiders_umpire » Tue Sep 06, 2005 9:06 pm

3 guys that i have seen alot of in the Carolina league this year are Hunter Pence Hou, Kevin Kouzmanoff CLE, and Stephen Head CLE


all 3 have had solid years and should be fine additions to their respective AA teams next year.....
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Postby Real_Deal_Ryan » Tue Sep 06, 2005 9:48 pm

watch for Jacoby Ellsbury. This kid is pretty good, reminds me a lot of Johnny Damon, and how fitting is it that he is in the BoSox minors? I've seen this kid play this summer in Omaha at the College World Series, pretty good player.
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Postby brandnew » Sun Sep 11, 2005 5:26 pm

Brandon Jones, OF, ATL

Try picking up Joey Devine, the Braves' 1st Round pick this year... future closer. Sick stuff, he hurt himself in the first game this year, and didn't tell anyone. As a result, his fastball lost velocity, and was pitching in pain, that's a pretty good excuse for why he sucked so badly. He didn't want to make an excuse, though. Pick him up... stud.
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Postby carter » Sun Oct 02, 2005 10:46 pm

Asdrubal Cabrera - nice hitter, amazing glove .. will be a middle-infielder somewhere

Travis Denker - 20 bombs in low-A .. not bad for 2B

Casey Janssen - agree with this one

Saltalamachia - totally agree .. looks like a stud

MATT KEMP - agree again - studly.. dodgers are stacked

Matt Reimold - O's outfeilder they drafted this year.. he took off right away and making a name for himself

Thomas Mastny - cleveland pitcher way under the radar.. put up one of the best Era's and Whip's in the minors

Mike Carp - 19 years old and hit 19 homers.. only 250's avg, but thats ALOT of hr's for a teenager.. keep an eye on him

Jose Tabata - another 16 year old to throw on the list.. and he's a yankeee lol.. dont know where they found him

Marcus Sanders - seriously, if he develops power is he the next rickey henderson? fast as hell with the classic high OBP
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Postby stevethumb » Sun Oct 09, 2005 11:15 am

hybrid wrote:Marcus Sanders - 2B/SS - Giants

He is defiantly one to watch. The kid has blazing speed, can hit for avg., and has a good eye at the plate. If things go well for him, he could make a nice splash onto the prospect scene next year.
...hybrid, you are the most knowledgeable guy on this forum but one minor quibble...the word is definitely not defiantly....keep up the excellent work
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Postby Morrison8312 » Sun Oct 09, 2005 4:51 pm

Matt Reimold - O's outfeilder they drafted this year.. he took off right away and making a name for himself


I believe it's OF Nolan Reimold (2nd Round/Bowling Green)
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Postby carter » Tue Oct 11, 2005 3:51 am

Morrison8312 wrote:
Matt Reimold - O's outfeilder they drafted this year.. he took off right away and making a name for himself


I believe it's OF Nolan Reimold (2nd Round/Bowling Green)


yea, thats him

also - scott elbert, carlos gonzalez, brandon snyder, adam jones, andrew mccutchen, nick adenhart, wladameir balentien, corey wimberly, ryan patterson, yorman bazardo, ect..
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Postby Morrison8312 » Tue Oct 11, 2005 11:25 pm

Any players that haven't signed with teams yet from out of the country (Japan, Cuba, etc.) going to make an impact in the MLB in the next couple of years? Any names would be great
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Postby carter » Wed Oct 12, 2005 1:38 am

Morrison8312 wrote:Any players that haven't signed with teams yet from out of the country (Japan, Cuba, etc.) going to make an impact in the MLB in the next couple of years? Any names would be great


japan
Gyroball Matsuzaka
Kenju Jojima
Hiroki Kuroda
Tsuyoshi Wada
Koji Uehara
Akinori Iwamura
Hirotoshi Ishii
Kiyoshi Toyoda
Shigeki Noguchi

england
Harry Cartwright
Timothy Phillips

cuba
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