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View Poll Results: Out of ALL the farm systems in the league, which would you want?

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  • Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

    7 2.23%
  • Oakland Athletics

    30 9.55%
  • Texas Rangers

    56 17.83%
  • Seattle Mariners

    5 1.59%
  • Chicago White Sox

    7 2.23%
  • Chicago Cubs

    9 2.87%
  • Cleveland Indians

    6 1.91%
  • Kansas City Royals

    8 2.55%
  • Minnesota Twins

    6 1.91%
  • Detroit Tigers

    3 0.96%
  • Boston Red Sox

    35 11.15%
  • New York Yankees

    21 6.69%
  • Toronto Blue Jays

    16 5.10%
  • Baltimore Orioles

    10 3.18%
  • Tampa Bay Rays

    77 24.52%
  • St. Louis Cardinals

    7 2.23%
  • Milwaukee Brewers

    14 4.46%
  • San Diego Padres

    3 0.96%
  • Arizona Diamondbacks

    6 1.91%
  • Pittsburgh Pirates

    7 2.23%
  • Cincinatti Reds

    6 1.91%
  • Houston Astros

    3 0.96%
  • Los Angeles Dodgers

    19 6.05%
  • San Fransisco Giants

    35 11.15%
  • Colorado Rockies

    5 1.59%
  • Washington Nationals

    4 1.27%
  • New York Mets

    10 3.18%
  • Philadelphia Phillies

    10 3.18%
  • Florida Marlins

    28 8.92%
  • Atlanta Braves

    31 9.87%
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  1. #76
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    Texas. So many great prospects. Front line pitchers (Holand, Feliz, Main) and hitters (Smoak, Andrus).

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    My choice is the Rangers. They have added a lot of talent through trades lately. Their biggest problem is management at the major league level, but they are getting better with Washington at the helm.

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    Rays- So many young players that have star potential in the minors. Plus there prospects seem to be panning out so why not.
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    the Rays, but Oakland has a good one also

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    ATLANTA BRAVES

    We gave texas harrison, andrus, salty

    We have Jason Heyward, Tommy Hanson, Freddie Freeman, Jordan Schafer, Gorkys Hernandez, Kris Medlen, Cody Johnson, Brandon Hicks, plus the #7 pick in the draft

    We had Tyler Flowers and BRent Lillibridge too before we traded them to the WSox

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    I'm not gonna be a homer and say the Rays, so I'll go with the Rangers. If Baseball America says so, that's good enough for me. Feliz, Smoak, Andrus (Before he was called up, still consider him a prospect), Holland, Beltre, Perez, Main.. Loaded.
    Last edited by Sean McG; 05-18-2009 at 04:43 PM.



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    It has to be either Tampa Bay or the Rangers. They Rays have some fantastic arms in their system with Wade Davis, David Price, Matt Moore, Nick Barnese, Jeremy Hellickson, Jake McGee, and Jeff Niemann. They are bit bare in the positional player department as there is a pretty steep drop off after Tim Beckham, Reid Brignac, and Desmond Jennings. The Rangers on the other hand have been building up their system very well with pitchers like Neftali Feliz, Derek Holland, Martin Perez, and Michael Main. What the Rangers lack in elite pitching prospects, they make up for it with great positional prospects like Elvis Andrus, Justin Smoak, Taylor Teagarden, Engel Beltre, and Julio Borbon.

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    It's the Rangers, hands down, IMO

  9. #84
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    People are overrating TB's system, most of the players they've developed are in the majors already, the only true top-notch prospects left are Desmond Jennings, Tim Beckham, and Wade Davis. That's a good system, but pales when you look at teams like the Rangers who have Feliz, Smoak, Beltre, Borbon, Main etc. With Purke/Scheppers soon to be added.

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    I hate to sound like a homer but I like the Sox farm system. Lots of pitching there. Some solid fielders/hitters.

    Kalish, Anderson, Buchholz, Bard, Bowden, Hagadone, Kelly, Reddick, etc.

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    im happy with the Reds minor league
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  12. #87
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    Oakland just because Billy Beane rapes in every deal he makes.
    Kyle Kendrick sucks.

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    I have to ask who in the world voted for the Pirates? The system has been greatly overhauled and may have improved the most in the last year. But it improved to the slightly below average to average category instead of the awful category.
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    RIGHT NOW I WOULD HAVE FLORIDA MARLINS. NO TEAM HAS MORE PLAYERS COMING OUT AN PROVING THEIR STARS. if marlins keep all their star from their minor league they make at lest to more world seria championships. you can name some on otheir teams ,they should have keep.

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    I would absolutely KILL to have Jason Heyward on my team. So, I'll say the Braves, just for that one guy.

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