Havok1517 wrote:With Yahoo adding some high level prospect prior to their actual call-up, I was curious who people thought we might see during the course of the year. Here are some prospects not yet added to Yahoo that I think we'll see make their MLB debut in 2009 and when I think that will be. These are the guys you save your Waiver Wire priority for...
Logan Morrison (Fla - 1B) ETA Aug.
Josh Fields (Sea - RP) ETA May
Gordon Beckham (ChW - 2B) ETA June
Pedro Alvarez (Pit - 3B) ETA Sept.
Madison Bumgarner (SF - SP) Sept.
Buster Posey (SF - C) ETA Aug.
Todd Frazier (Cin - SS) ETA Aug.
Henry Sosa (SF - RP) ETA Aug.
Brett Cecil (Tor - SP) ETA Apr.
Rick Porcello (Det - SP) ETA June
Andrew McCutchen (Pit - OF) ETA July
Justin Smoak (Tex - 1B) ETA Aug.
Yonder Alonso (Cin - 1B) ETA Aug.
Drew Stubbs (Cin - OF) ETA Sept.
JP. Arencibia (Tor - C) ETA June
Aaron Poreda (ChW - P) ETA May
Adrian Cardenas (Oak - 2B) ETA June
Michael Saunders (Sea - OF) ETA Aug.
Daniel Bard (Bos - RP) ETA Sept.
Any others you guys think could see a call-up in '09?
nice lis put together here- i think the guys who people really want to pay attention to are gordon beckham- he may start with the big club, i don't know that bumgarner will be brought up at all this year, and if so i think the giants will be very close with him, justin smoak, mccutcheon and josh fields all also expect to make in impact- smoak could very well do his best chris davis impersonation. and the number 1 guy on your list is Rick Porcello- i don't want him to pitch in the bigs at all this year (i own him in a dynasty) however, he could make the club and i don't think the Tigers will jerk him around- he has nasty stuff and is very polished for his age of 20. If Porcello comes up or stays with the team after spring training i think he could put up better numbers than Kershaw last year