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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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    Who's farm system would you rather have? (ALL TEAMS INCLUDED)

    This should end the complaining about how certain teams aren't in there.

    Choose more than one.

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    Rays

    A's/Rangers in either order

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    Rays







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    I voted for Tampa and Oakland, forgot to add in Texas. IMO those are the top 3 farms in all of MLB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C1Bman88 View Post
    I voted for Tampa and Oakland, forgot to add in Texas. IMO those are the top 3 farms in all of MLB.
    Oakland have great depth but don't really have that much in the way of potential star player, at least in my opinion, regardless they're still probably top 3, but definately behind Tampa and Texas for me.
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    Tampa Bay, then ATL..with OAK/TEX up there too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seiya View Post
    Tampa Bay, then ATL..with OAK/TEX up there too.

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    Rays, A's, and Marlins

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    Rays
    A's (its really the Phillies, Cubs farm system in one)
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    Pirates
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    Quote Originally Posted by nascar10294 View Post
    Rays
    A's (its really the Phillies, Cubs farm system in one)
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    Pirates
    Really????? I dont know if I would put them ahead of the Brewers.... I see no love for the Brewers. Look at the Farm down there then go and vote again. There is so much talent down there it is crazy, Jack Zduriencik is one of the best evaluators of talent in the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaRRySandAmaN View Post
    Really????? I dont know if I would put them ahead of the Brewers.... I see no love for the Brewers. Look at the Farm down there then go and vote again. There is so much talent down there it is crazy, Jack Zduriencik is one of the best evaluators of talent in the game.
    BA had the Brewers at #21....then they dealt their top prospect. They had the Yanks at #5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaRRySandAmaN View Post
    Really????? I dont know if I would put them ahead of the Brewers.... I see no love for the Brewers. Look at the Farm down there then go and vote again. There is so much talent down there it is crazy, Jack Zduriencik is one of the best evaluators of talent in the game.
    The yankees farm system is filled with tons of relievers or potential relievers and back of rotation type starters. Although they've been drained recently by the Pirates they still have a ton of AAAA type pitchers. I don't think the Brewers can say the same.

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    I am surprised not many have mentioned the Rockies farm system. We have Ian Stewart who is now with the Rockies but is still considered a prospect. Dexter Fowler who is one of the best hitting prospects in the NL.

    Then theirs the pitching. Julious Chacin is turning out to be a very good prospect, he has an era under 2 at (A) Tulsa, Weathers who is highly touted. Juan Morillo who was once considered one of the best prospects in the league, he can throw 100+ mph and is finally starting to get it together.Franklin Morales who is struggling right now but has the stuff to be a very good starter.

    that just names a few of our good players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webslinger View Post
    The yankees farm system is filled with tons of relievers or potential relievers and back of rotation type starters. Although they've been drained recently by the Pirates they still have a ton of AAAA type pitchers. I don't think the Brewers can say the same.
    There ya go

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