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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by sager729 View Post
    White Sox

    1.Gordon Beckham SS
    2.Aaron Poreda LHP
    3.Dayan Viciedo 3B
    4.Clayton Richard LHP
    5.Brandon Allen 1B
    6.Chris Getz 2B
    7.Jordan Danks CF
    8.John Shelby Jr. OF
    9.Jon Link RHP
    10.John Ely RHP

    I would probably put this top 10 around 20 or so, but Buddy Bell is starting to turn this farm system into a good thing.
    The White Sox system just got a lot stronger with Tyler Flowers and Brent Lillibridge.

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    I'll have a crack at the White Sox also:
    Assuming the Vazquez trade goes through...
    1. Gordon Beckham, SS
    2. Aaron Poreda, LHP
    3. Dayan Viciedo, 3B
    4. Tyler Flowers, C
    5. Brandon Allen, 1B
    6. Jordan Danks, CF
    7. Clayton Richard, LHP
    8. Brent Lillibridge, SS
    9. John Shelby, OF
    10. Chris Getz, 2B
    Loose seal. Watch out for loose seal.

    I don't care about Lucille. She lies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joba Rules!! View Post
    I wasn't aware you were a Rays fan
    Oh, sorry.

    It's nice to know you team has the best hitting prospect in baseball. I do hope you've heard of Matt Wieters.

    And once David Price starts the 2009 season with the Rays, it'll be nice to know that the O's have the best hitting prospect and two of the best pitching prospects in baseball (Chris Tillman and Brian Matusz).

    The AL East is going to be very interesting in about two years.

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    Yankees- Top 10 (My Opinion)
    1. Austin Jackson- CF
    2. Jesus Montero- C
    3. Dellin Betances- SP
    4. Austin Romine-C
    5. Andrew Brackman -SP
    6. Mark Melacon-RP
    7. Zach McAllister- SP
    8. Jeremy Belich- SP
    9. Alfredo Aceves- SP
    10. Phil Coke-RP

    Think the Yankees will proubally fall under the 14-20 range as best farm system


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    Quote Originally Posted by blb View Post
    Oh, sorry.

    It's nice to know you team has the best hitting prospect in baseball. I do hope you've heard of Matt Wieters.

    And once David Price starts the 2009 season with the Rays, it'll be nice to know that the O's have the best hitting prospect and two of the best pitching prospects in baseball (Chris Tillman and Brian Matusz).

    The AL East is going to be very interesting in about two years.
    Lol of course I have. I was just being a dick, it's actually a tossup between him and Price for top prospect honors IMO.

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    I would say the A's have the best and then the rays. I guess Texas is 3rd. But I said 4th so it's really not that big of a differance

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportfan6197 View Post
    I would say the A's have the best and then the rays. I guess Texas is 3rd. But I said 4th so it's really not that big of a differance
    Do you have any knowledge of any of their systems to back that up? Texas EASILY has the best system in the league.

    Feliz, Holland, Smoak, Teagarden, Andrus, etc. They have the studs and the depth to put them at the top with no doubt about it.

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    chahill, Gio Gonzalez, Cardenas, Doolittle, Carter, Henry Rodriguez, Patterson.

    The A's have some real good prospects too

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    Quote Originally Posted by blb View Post
    Oh, sorry.

    It's nice to know you team has the best hitting prospect in baseball. I do hope you've heard of Matt Wieters.

    And once David Price starts the 2009 season with the Rays, it'll be nice to know that the O's have the best hitting prospect and two of the best pitching prospects in baseball (Chris Tillman and Brian Matusz).

    The AL East is going to be very interesting in about two years.
    I will take 2 best pitching prospects from Texas, SF, and A's over yours personally but I love Tillman's potential
    "Joe Montana was a product of a system, Dan Marino was a system" -- Bill Walsh

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleewizard View Post
    Give me who you think your team's top 10 prospects are and where you think they and your team as a whole falls farm system wise in rank in the the mlb. (1, 7, 19, etc.)
    the Jays system should probably be like 10-15 maybe 15-20 if we are unluckily ranked or something...

    1. Travis Snider (top 10 in baseball...7 in the MLB.com rankings)
    2. Brett Cecil (top 50 in baseball IMO...56 in the MLB.com rankings)
    3. J.P. Arencibia (top 50 in baseball IMO cause hes a catcher...57 in the MLB.com rankings)
    4. David Cooper (top 100 in baseball)
    5. Justin Jackson (top 100 in baseball)
    6. Kevin Ahrens (1st round pick compared to Chipper)
    7. Brad Mills (had a good year...probably not gonna be ranked)
    8. Marc Rzepcynski (has had 2 good years in the minors...wont be ranked)
    9. Eric Eiland (super toolsy spec...one of my favourites)
    10. Brad Emaus/Scott Campbell (2 very similar 2B specs...Campbell played in the allstar game)

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