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  • Yeah it all depends on the salary I guess. Even then he really would be an impact bat for any playoff contending team.
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    • Originally posted by Giantsfan1080 View Post
      Yeah it all depends on the salary I guess. Even then he really would be an impact bat for any playoff contending team.
      Jurickson Profar!

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      • The guest host on Rome today said Jeter is the greatest SS of all time. I want to rip his balls off.

        Bonekrusher.

        Originally posted by JordanTaber
        Football...it's rocket surgery now, folks.

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        • Andrew Miller night. The entertainment value from the experiment was great, but the fact he's getting people out out just makes it even better. I really wish that the team would take something away from Miller success in AAA translating and let either Doubront or Weiland take starts from Lackey. Those two could at the very least give us some quality innings...something Lackey is just incapable of doing right now.
          Last edited by ElectricEye; 07-07-2011, 06:04 PM.

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          • No One Cares About Jeter!
            R.I.P. L.E.F.
            "I am the one who knocks!"

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            • throwing out team needs would you rather have Harper & Rendon or Skaggs, Parker, Bauer & Bradley

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              • Harper and Rendon, no question. I think Harper will be an absolute star and Rendon will be a very good third baseman, while the only one of those 4 I really like is Bauer. They could all be good pitchers though, it's just Harper is going to be a DemiGod.


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                • I would take Harper and co as well. Pitchers also tend to have a higher attrition rate than hitters. Skaggs is in High A, Bradley is a high school kid and Parker is coming back from TJ surgery. Lot of upside but a heck a lot of risk as well.

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                  • I'd take Harper and Rendon as well. Hitters are more safe than pitchers it seems like.

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                    • Harper and Rendon based on Harper alone. A lot of those guys are special talents, Harper might be a generational talent.


                      Ellsbury is absolutely on fire right now.

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                      • Also, no disrespect to the DBacks because they'll have a nice foursome if they sign Baur and Bradley, but I think I'd take Atlanta's foursome over them with Teheran, Minor, Delgado, and Vizcaino. Both clubs have solid young pitching.

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                        • BA's updated top 50 prospects:

                          1 Bryce Harper, of, Nationals
                          2 Mike Trout, of, Angels
                          3 Matt Moore, lhp, Rays
                          4 Julio Teheran, rhp, Braves
                          5 Manny Machado, ss, Orioles
                          6 Martin Perez, lhp, Rangers
                          7 Shelby Miller, rhp, Cardinals
                          8 Jesus Montero, c, Yankees
                          9 Jameson Taillon, rhp, Pirates
                          10 Brett Lawrie, 3b, Blue Jays
                          11 Jacob Turner, rhp, Tigers
                          12 Jurickson Profar, ss, Rangers
                          13 Manny Banuelos, lhp, Yankees
                          14 Drew Pomeranz, lhp, Indians
                          15 Devin Mesoraco, c, Reds
                          16 Arodys Vizcaino, rhp, Braves
                          17 Wil Myers, of, Royals
                          18 Carlos Martinez, rhp, Cardinals
                          19 Tyler Skaggs, lhp, Diamondbacks
                          20 Desmond Jennings, of, Rays
                          21 Dee Gordon, ss, Dodgers
                          22 Hak-Ju Lee, ss, Rays
                          23 Jake Odorizzi, rhp, Royals
                          24 Aaron Hicks, of, Twins
                          25 Leonys Martin, of, Rangers
                          26 Dellin Betances, rhp, Yankees
                          27 Mike Montgomery, lhp, Royals
                          28 Wilin Rosario, c, Rockies
                          29 Travis d'Arnaud, c, Blue Jays
                          30 Matt Harvey, rhp, Mets
                          31 Jason Kipnis, 2b, Indians
                          32 Brett Jackson, of, Cubs
                          33 Gary Brown, of, Giants
                          34 Robbie Erlin, lhp, Rangers
                          35 Zack Wheeler, rhp, Giants
                          36 Kyle Gibson, rhp, Twins
                          37 Anthony Ranaudo, rhp, Red Sox
                          38 Taijuan Walker, rhp, Mariners
                          39 Zach Lee, rhp, Dodgers
                          40 Jarrod Parker, rhp, Diamondbacks
                          41 Jonathan Singleton, of/1b, Phillies
                          42 Brad Peacock, rhp, Nationals
                          43 Jarred Cosart, rhp, Phillies
                          44 Randall Delgado, rhp, Braves
                          45 Anthony Gose, cf, Blue Jays
                          46 Nolan Arenado, 3b, Rockies
                          47 Allen Webster, rhp, Dodgers
                          48 Matt Szczur, of, Cubs
                          49 Jedd Gyorko, 3b, Padres
                          50 Paul Goldschmidt, 1b, Diamondbacks
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                          • Cubs originally down 0-8 to the Nats, have come all the way back to tie it.

                            EDIT: @BA's list: No way Szczur is a better prospect than McNutt. Szczur's been getting too much attention from playing college football.
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                            • How the **** is Turner lower than Montero? Bombing out in AAA with no true position > youngest pitcher in AA having success?


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                              • Surprised to see Ranaudo that high. He did OK in low A based on stuff alone and is currently transitioning to High A. Not a guy I would say is top 50 material at this point at all.

                                I agree that Montero seems a little high. He's still way above the age curve, but the positional concerns and the average offensive production in AAA are a little bit to get over.
                                Last edited by ElectricEye; 07-07-2011, 09:04 PM.

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