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Re: Who are the top prospects of the future?

Postby dkakridas » Sat Mar 01, 2008 11:57 am

Mark Melancon...future closer stud
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Re: Who are the top prospects of the future?

Postby mission27 » Mon Mar 03, 2008 1:30 pm

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Re: Who are the top prospects of the future?

Postby mission27 » Mon Mar 03, 2008 1:31 pm

Can only talk about Yankees system for the lesser known guys but some of them..

Jose Tabata - Great power and speed, compared to Manny Ramirez and Bobby Abreu. Shows up on some top 100 but should be top-10 in a couple of years.
Brent Gardner - Tons of speed, could compete with Melky Cabrera as soon as next year. Think Michael Bourn.
Jesus Montero - A lot of potential and still really young. Could be top catching prospect in baseball by 2010.
Dellin Betances - Hes 6'9" with a 96-98 MPH fastball. Compared a lot to Phil Hughes. Should start 08 in AA.
Andrew Brackman - Could have been an early rounder in 07 but arm injuries dropped him to the Yankees. Hes a lot like Randy Johnson, 6'10" lefty with power stuff.
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