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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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    The A's with the sacramento river cats AAA and stockton ports A giving the business this year its easy to see who dominates minor league baseball.

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    Rangers, easy choice

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    Reece, Arizona: Who has the top minor league system in baseball? Thanks!

    SportsNation Jim Callis: The Rangers, followed by the Athletics.


    From Jim Calis latest chat....

    I guess TB lost more than i thought they did....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joba Rules!! View Post
    BA had the Brewers at #21....then they dealt their top prospect. They had the Yanks at #5.
    Have they adjusted it to compensate for the Hughes/Kennedy performances this year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WSU Tony View Post
    Have they adjusted it to compensate for the Hughes/Kennedy performances this year?
    Hughes didn't have prospect eligibility last year.

    The uprising of Mark Melancon and Jesus Montero will easily offset Kennedy's drop in value. That being said, the loss of Tabata will probably hurt them a bit. They'll still be top 10, maybe top 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmazinMets View Post
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    What do you not believe me? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by laxtonto View Post
    Reece, Arizona: Who has the top minor league system in baseball? Thanks!

    SportsNation Jim Callis: The Rangers, followed by the Athletics.


    From Jim Calis latest chat....

    I guess TB lost more than i thought they did....
    That sounds about right to me. And I don't think there's much of a difference between Oakland and Texas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joba Rules!! View Post
    Hughes didn't have prospect eligibility last year.

    The uprising of Mark Melancon and Jesus Montero will easily offset Kennedy's drop in value. That being said, the loss of Tabata will probably hurt them a bit. They'll still be top 10, maybe top 7.
    OK, well quite a few Brewer prospects emerged this season, more so than the Yankees. So it's pretty biased to ignore that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WSU Tony View Post
    Have they adjusted it to compensate for the Hughes/Kennedy performances this year?
    Quote Originally Posted by Joba Rules!! View Post
    Hughes didn't have prospect eligibility last year.

    The uprising of Mark Melancon and Jesus Montero will easily offset Kennedy's drop in value. That being said, the loss of Tabata will probably hurt them a bit. They'll still be top 10, maybe top 7.
    Quote Originally Posted by Humongo View Post
    OK, well quite a few Brewer prospects emerged this season, more so than the Yankees. So it's pretty biased to ignore that.
    I understood that question as it related to the Yankees, not the Brewers. I love the Brewers system personally with Gamel, Escobar, etc breaking out.

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    Rays have the best farm.

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    Either the Rays or the A's. Both are stockpiled right now.
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    The Brewers have a few potential stars in Gamel, Escobar, Salome, and Jeffries but other than that nothing to exciting in either AA or AAA.

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    Rays by a long shot.
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    the rays obviously have the best farm, with the A's at #2. I think the red sox farm is better than the rangers farm. Take away their catching their probably not in the top 6 or 7. Ther red sox have a lot of high ceiling guys in Lars anderson, Daniel Bard, Tejada, and Buchholz(if you consider him a prospect) also they are the best in the buisness when it comes to international signings.

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    You might want to take a look at Texas' farm.

    BTW- Bard is a reliever and Buchholz is no longer a prospect.
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