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View Poll Results: Which farm systems would you want for potential/future? (Pick 2)

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  • Cleveland Indians

    8 11.76%
  • Tampa Bay Rays

    52 76.47%
  • Colorado Rockies

    7 10.29%
  • Kansas City Royals

    9 13.24%
  • Arizona Diamondbacks

    12 17.65%
  • New York Yankees

    13 19.12%
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    The Gia...just kidding.

    The Rays are the obvious pick, but I have heard the Rangers pretty much consistently listed as the second best, surprised not to see them on there, especially after a pretty solid draft capped off by landing Smoak.

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    The Rays are number one, but the second choice should be the Indians because they already had a top farm system and they bolstered it with the prospects from the CC trade and the Casey Blake one too

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    Kansas City shouldnt be counted they never keep their prospects anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugafan227 View Post
    Actually the Dodgers have the 8th best system, the Sox have the 2nd, you're an uber homer.



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    Who did this list? The Dodgers should be on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by GHGHCP View Post
    Gotta a link?
    Ehh, I cant seem to find it on BA, but I found it on the Washington Post site:

    http://blog.washingtonpost.com/natio..._farm_sys.html

    Dodgers are actually 6th, but Sox are 2nd, so I'm still right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugafan227 View Post
    Ehh, I cant seem to find it on BA, but I found it on the Washington Post site:

    http://blog.washingtonpost.com/natio..._farm_sys.html

    Dodgers are actually 6th, but Sox are 2nd, so I'm still right.
    Check the date you wingnut. I already knew what BA list you were talking about that listed the Red Sox 2nd which is out of date now as Clay and Els aren't considered prospects anymore. Because of that their ranking will fall.



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    The Dodgers and Rays probably have two of the best farm teams in the league, wouldn't mind switching with either of them. Also the Rangers have a pretty good one too.


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    I don't think the Yankees are still in the top 5 after losing Tabata and McCutchen.
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    Tampa by far!!!!!!! Price, Davis, Brignac, just to name a few..

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    Quote Originally Posted by qbanheatfan View Post
    The Marlins have a really good farm system especially when it comes to pitchers. Look at what the marlins are doing with limited money right now meaning aside from making the right trades to bring in a good young core they have also developed a solid farm system. So I would have to say I'd pick either the Marlins or the other Florida team, The Rays!!
    I agree, but not over the Rays... Volstad is very promising!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GHGHCP View Post
    Check the date you wingnut. I already knew what BA list you were talking about that listed the Red Sox 2nd which is out of date now as Clay and Els aren't considered prospects anymore. Because of that their ranking will fall.



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    And what exactly do you think will happen when 5 of your top 10 arent prospects anymore? You lost your top 3 in Kershaw, Laroche, and HU, and 4 of your top 5, and 5 of your top 10. And you think your going to be one of the best after that? Please stop being a homer and realize, it dont work that way. You dont lose 5 of your top 10 and become one of the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportsFan1988 View Post
    The Dodgers and Rays probably have two of the best farm teams in the league, wouldn't mind switching with either of them. Also the Rangers have a pretty good one too.
    After this year the Dodgers will fall out of the top 10, I guarntee it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosox3431 View Post
    After this year the Dodgers will fall out of the top 10, I guarntee it
    Only because most of them should be in the major leagues by next year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bosox3431 View Post
    And what exactly do you think will happen when 5 of your top 10 arent prospects anymore? You lost your top 3 in Kershaw, Laroche, and HU, and 4 of your top 5, and 5 of your top 10. And you think your going to be one of the best after that? Please stop being a homer and realize, it dont work that way. You dont lose 5 of your top 10 and become one of the best.
    You seem to think I haven't accounted for that, I assure you you would be wrong. There are plenty more good and elite prospects down in the Dodger pipeline. The same can't be said for the Red Sox.

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