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Which minor leaguer will make an MLB impact in 2010?

Postby Swept Away » Thu Apr 22, 2010 1:05 pm

I currently have Jesus Montero stashed away on my bench in my 5x5 roto league (4 keepers). I'm not sure if he'll be called up this year, and since I only have so much bench space I'd like to stash someone who will be called up this season.

Which of these guys do you think we will see in the majors in 2010? Who will be coming up first?

Jesus Montero
Logan Morrison
Michael Taylor
Brandon Allen
Madison Bumgarner
Brett Wallace

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Re: Which minor leaguer will make an MLB impact in 2010?

Postby Grounded Polo » Thu Apr 22, 2010 2:39 pm

Taylor and Wallace will be up as soon as it makes no financial sense to keep them down. Morrison is probably the same, Gaby Sanchez isn't blocking. Bumgarner should be up this summer, not sure if his early season struggles will push his ETA back.

Montero is a September callup and Allen needs LaRoche to get traded for 2010 relevance.
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Re: Which minor leaguer will make an MLB impact in 2010?

Postby Steve-o » Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:02 pm

Grounded Polo wrote:Taylor and Wallace will be up as soon as it makes no financial sense to keep them down. Morrison is probably the same, Gaby Sanchez isn't blocking. Bumgarner should be up this summer, not sure if his early season struggles will push his ETA back.

Montero is a September callup and Allen needs LaRoche to get traded for 2010 relevance.


I pretty much agree to this, but think that Bum's problems are enough to push him back to next year/september. I also think Gaby SAnchez has a little longer leash.

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