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    Xander hit another jack yesterday
    Perfect combos, Ghost bang out condos
    Jeff from Hamo, ex three bangos
    Bancos, stank hoes in plain clothes
    Change those, bang those, same old, same old

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    Thx, nice read. I really like our top 10. Some high-ceiling guys and some very good trade-chips. Very impressive that our farm looks great, even with the graduation of 3 highly touted kids (WMB, Kalish and Doubront)
    My only issue is that only 1 of the top 10 prospects is indeed a pitcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirHizz View Post
    Thx, nice read. I really like our top 10. Some high-ceiling guys and some very good trade-chips. Very impressive that our farm looks great, even with the graduation of 3 highly touted kids (WMB, Kalish and Doubront)
    My only issue is that only 1 of the top 10 prospects is indeed a pitcher.
    We'll see what Buttrey, Ranaudo, and Light can do.

    Plus we have more than 10 promising guys down there, he just had to choose the top 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirHizz View Post
    Thx, nice read. I really like our top 10. Some high-ceiling guys and some very good trade-chips. Very impressive that our farm looks great, even with the graduation of 3 highly touted kids (WMB, Kalish and Doubront)
    My only issue is that only 1 of the top 10 prospects is indeed a pitcher.
    Agreed, wish it was more pitcher heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomar_RA View Post
    Plus we have more than 10 promising guys down there, he just had to choose the top 10.
    I agree that our pitching depth in the minors is kinda "healthy" and maybe even better than that, but we are really missing all those blue-chip pitching specs. Even Ranaudo might only translate into a #3 (if at all), Barnes is straight and away the only real outstanding pitching spec.

    I can see us dealing from strength (multiple 3B/OF-options on the farm) to get a promising young pitcher from someone else, like the Yanks did with the Montero trade.

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    I would love to see in the next 5 years we become a team that is full of our own homegrown talent and we don't trade a boat load of prospects for big names.

    I would love to see these guys be long-term starters

    DH: Lavarnway
    2B: Marrero
    SS: Iglesias
    3B: Middlebrooks
    LF: Boegarts
    CF: Bradley
    RF: Brentz/Nava

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiamiBoy77 View Post
    I would love to see in the next 5 years we become a team that is full of our own homegrown talent and we don't trade a boat load of prospects for big names.

    I would love to see these guys be long-term starters

    DH: Lavarnway
    2B: Marrero
    SS: Iglesias
    3B: Middlebrooks
    LF: Boegarts
    CF: Bradley
    RF: Brentz/Nava
    I think Dustin Pedroia will be a lifetime Red Sox, so I don't see second base being open for a while. But yeah, this is actually a very possible scenario.

    With the new penalties that MLB is putting for teams that go over the $189 threshold, we could see teams like the Red Sox going with more home grown talent in the future, and less long term contracts. Which I love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avrpatsfan View Post
    I think Dustin Pedroia will be a lifetime Red Sox, so I don't see second base being open for a while.
    Agree, and for better or WORSE (!), I think that Crawford is going to be around for a while as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crucis View Post
    Agree, and for better or WORSE (!), I think that Crawford is going to be around for a while as well.
    Only 5 more years after this year. Ugh **** that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomar_RA View Post
    We'll see what Buttrey, Ranaudo, and Light can do.

    Plus we have more than 10 promising guys down there, he just had to choose the top 10.
    1st Tier: Barnes

    2nd Tier: Ranaudo, Buttery, Light, Johnson, Tazawa, Wilson, Workman, Owens, Britton, Pimental.

    3rd Tier: Noe Ramirez, Mickey Pena, Jamie Callahan, Austin Maddox, Frank Montas, Chris Hernandez, Cody Kukuk, Kieth Couch, Miguel Celestino.

    We'll just have to wait and see how a lot of these guys progress.
    Last edited by Green_Monster; 06-30-2012 at 09:41 PM.

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    Callahan, Montas and Kukuk are sleepers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AI4LIFE View Post
    Callahan, Montas and Kukuk are sleepers.
    Project guys with high ceilings. I like Kukuk a lot, but i would think Callahan would have the most potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AI4LIFE View Post
    Callahan, Montas and Kukuk are sleepers.
    Nah he's just still passed out from his DUI.

    On a side note...

    Cecchini is on fire - he currently has a 10 game hitting streak. #knockonwood

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    http://www.baseballamerica.com/blog/...-jose-almonte/

    Baseball America

    The Red Sox have signed Jose Almonte which according to Baseball America. He was rated as the #17 international prospect.

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