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  • Profar

    40 44.44%
  • Taveras

    28 31.11%
  • Other (Post)

    22 24.44%
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  1. #16
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    Nov 2008
    That's a thing of beauty! Thanks!

  2. #17
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    Mar 2010
    Toms River, NJ
    This is very cool

  3. 03-01-2012, 11:26 AM
    Baiting/ Quote of deleted posts

  4. 03-01-2012, 10:56 PM
    Baiting/ Quote of deleted posts

  5. 03-02-2012, 10:15 AM
    Baiting/ Quote of deleted posts

  6. #18
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    Jan 2008
    Quote Originally Posted by 1908_Cubs View Post
    I really don't like you.
    Sentiments shared by all of PSD.

    He fails to realize that the new CBA will put the wonderboy Theo at an even playing field when it comes to draft spending. Boston always had big hauls in the draft because they went overslot and spent big, under the new CBA, teams who do so will be punished be it with a fine or even loss of a future draft pick.

    He will still evaluate and assign value to certain players and build a great farm system, but the fact that he left doesn't mean Boston will stop drafting. The biggest compensation Boston received in the Theo drama, was both sides agreeing that Theo would not be able to sign anybody from the Boston FO for 3 years.

    Epstein being replaced by Cherington and Allard Baird, who were key components during the Theo era, and everybody else in the FO staying put essentially means that the Red Sox will still have the same phiolosophy when it comes to building a farm. They completely revamped their international scouting department, which has had more misses than hits recently, and they will continue to be able to build through the draft like they have before. One man doesn't make or break an organization, he can have a solid effect on it, but it's the team that he works with that really let's him shine. That same team that worked with Theo throughout the years is still here, and will be here for atleast 3 more years.

  7. #19
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    Mar 2008
    This is nice. Happy to the the Rox with two 5 star and three 4 star guys.

    Most excited about Pomeranz since acquiring him

  8. #20
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    Jan 2008
    really good information
    bOsAwX 4 LyFe!!!!!1 WVU EERRRSSSSSS "70-33" dynasty on the rise

  9. #21
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    Dec 2007
    Cool Ranch, NM
    Arizona's farm system is stacked.

    Jew You Believe In Miracles?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by VendettaRed07 View Post
    noah is gonna be a beast man.

    with him and harvey, its like were gonna have Goku and Vegetta in the same rotation

  10. #22
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    Oct 2007

    Sickels Top 120 Prospects - Midseason Update

    1) Jurickson Profar, SS, Texas Rangers (previously #5)
    2) Wil Myers, OF, Kansas City Royals (previously #14)
    3) Trevor Bauer, RHP, Arizona Diamondbacks (previously #7)
    4) Dylan Bundy, RHP, Baltimore Orioles (previously #19)
    5) Taijuan Walker, RHP, Seattle Mariners (previously #15)
    6) Gerrit Cole, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates (11)
    7) Danny Hultzen, LHP, Seattle Mariners (25)
    8) Manny Machado, SS, Baltimore Orioles (8)
    9) Oscar Taveras, OF, St. Louis Cardinals (62)
    10) Jameson Taillon, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates (16)

    11) Xander Bogaerts, SS, Boston Red Sox (30)
    12) Miguel Sano, 3B, Minnesota Twins (31)
    13) Zack Wheeler, RHP, New York Mets (36)
    14) Andrelton Simmons, SS, Atlanta Braves (76)
    15) Billy Hamilton, SS, Cincinnati Reds (57)

    16) Nick Franklin, SS, Seattle Mariners (63)
    17) Drew Pomeranz, LHP, Colorado Rockies (21)
    18) Travis D'Arnaud, C, Toronto Blue Jays (26)
    19) Nick Castellanos, 3B, Detroit Tigers (59)
    20) Tyler Skaggs, LHP, Arizona Diamondbacks (23)

    21) Jacob Turner, RHP, Detroit Tigers (18)
    22) Anthony Rizzo, 1B, Chicago Cubs (37)
    23) Yasmani Grandal, C, San Diego Padres (42)
    24) Carlos Martinez, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals (33)
    25) Francisco Lindor, SS, Cleveland Indians (46)

    26) Christian Yelich, OF, Miami Marlins (34)
    27) Jake Odorizzi, RHP, Kansas City Royals (60)
    28) Julio Teheran, RHP, Atlanta Braves (10)
    29) Kolten Wong, 2B, St. Louis Cardinals (56)
    30) Nolan Arenado, 3B, Colorado Rockies (13)

    31) Gary Sanchez, C, New York Yankees (61)
    32) Matt Harvey, RHP, New York Mets (35)
    33) Archie Bradley, RHP, Arizona Diamondbacks (24)
    34) Anthony Rendon, 3B, Washington Nationals (20)
    35) Shelby Miller, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals (6)

    36) Jackie Bradley, OF, Boston Red Sox
    37) Mason Williams, OF, New York Yankees (92)
    38) Mike Olt, 3B, Texas Rangers (65)
    39) Jose Fernandez, RHP, Miami Marlins (previously Honorable Mention)
    40) Noah Syndergaard, RHP, Toronto Blue Jays (67)

    41) Matt Barnes, RHP, Boston Red Sox (74)
    42) Zach Lee, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers (75)
    43) Javier Baez, SS-3B, Chicago Cubs (109)
    44) Bubba Starling, OF, Kansas City Royals (38)
    45) Justin Nicolino, LHP, Toronto Blue Jays (68)

    46) Eddie Rosario, 2B-OF, Minnesota Twins (90)
    47) Jonathan Singleton, 1B, Houston Astros (47)
    48) Taylor Guerrieri, RHP, Tampa Bay Rays (107)
    49) Aaron Sanchez, RHP, Toronto Blue Jays
    50) Jedd Gyorko, 3B, San Diego Padres (50)

    51) Anthony Gose, OF, Toronto Blue Jays (51)
    52) Rymer Liriano, OF, San Diego Padres (54)
    53) George Springer, OF, Houston Astros (55)
    54) Jesse Biddle, LHP, Philadelphia Phillies (71)
    55) Brett Jackson, OF, Chicago Cubs (27)

    56) Trevor May, RHP, Philadelphia Phillies (40)
    57) James Paxton, LHP, Seattle Mariners (29)
    58) Garrett Richards, RHP, Los Angeles Angels (96)
    59) Ryan Lavarnway, C, Boston Red Sox up (97)
    60) Trevor Story, SS, Colorado Rockies up some (99)

    61) Daniel Corcino, RHP, Cincinnati Reds (120)
    62) Derek Norris, C, Oakland Athletics (88)
    63) Robert Stephenson, RHP, Cincinnati Reds (HM)
    64) Oswaldo Arcia, OF, Minnesota Twins (91)
    65) Brian Goodwin, OF, Washington Nationals (HM)

    66) Luis Heredia, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates
    67) Tyler Austin, OF, New York Yankees
    68) Gary Brown, OF, San Francisco Giants (43)
    69) Jake Marisnick, OF, Toronto Blue Jays (48)
    70) Starling Marte, OF, Pittsburgh Pirates (64)

    71) Daniel Norris, LHP, Toronto Blue Jays (70)
    72) Leonys Martin, OF, Texas Rangers (116)
    73) Josh Bell, OF, Pittsburgh Pirates (49)
    74) Alex Meyer, RHP, Nationals (HM)
    75) Rougned Odor, SS, Texas Rangers (HM)

    76) Wilmer Flores, 3B, New York Mets (HM)
    77) Alen Hanson, 2B, Pittsburgh Pirates
    78) Jean Segura, INF, Los Angeles Angels (66)
    79) Hak-Ju Lee, SS, Tampa Bay Rays (58)
    80) Jarred Cosart, RHP, Houston Astros (108)

    81) Chris Archer, RHP, Tampa Bay Rays
    82) Manny Banuelos, LHP, New York Yankees (45)
    83) Miles Head, 1B, Oakland Athletics
    84) Cody Buckel, RHP, Texas Rangers (HM)
    85) Martin Perez, LHP, Texas Rangers (83)

    86) A.J. Cole, RHP, Oakland Athletics (52)
    87) Michael Choice, OF, Oakland Athletics (53)
    88) Tyrell Jenkins, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals (69)
    89) Trevor Rosenthal, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals (HM)
    90) Blake Swihart, C, Boston Red Sox

    91) Brad Miller, SS, Seattle Mariners
    92) Jonathan Schoop, SS, Baltimore Orioles (77)
    93) Kaleb Cowart, 3B, Los Angeles Angels
    94) Tony Cingrani, LHP, Cincinnati Reds
    95) Jorge Bonifacio, OF, Kansas City Royals

    96) Brandon Nimmo, OF, New York Mets (93)
    97) Yordano Ventura, RHP, Kansas City Royals
    98) Jeurys Familia, RHP, New York Mets (95)
    99) Kyle Crick, RHP, San Francisco Giants
    100) Matt Adams, 1B, St. Louis Cardinals (110)

    101) Cheslor Cuthbert, 3B, Kansas City Royals (39)
    102) Robbie Erlin, LHP, San Diego Padres (79)
    103) Joe Wieland, RHP, San Diego Padres (81)
    104) Mikie Mahtook, OF, Tampa Bay Rays (94)
    105) Brandon Jacobs, OF, Boston Red Sox (89)

    106) Brad Peacock, RHP, Oakland Athletics (84)
    107) Tyler Thornburg, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers (104)
    108) Marcell Ozuna, OF, Miami Marlins (HM)
    109) David Holmberg, LHP, Arizona Diamondbacks
    110) Austin Hedges, C, San Diego Padres

    111) Victor Sanchez, RHP, Seattle Mariners
    112) Adam Conley, LHP, Miami Marlins
    113) Chris Owings, SS, Arizona Diamondbacks
    114) Kyle Lotzkar, RHP, Cincinnati Reds
    115) Chris Reed, LHP, Los Angeles Dodgers

    116) J.R. Graham, RHP, Atlanta Braves
    117) Wil Swanner, C, Colorado Rockies
    118) C.J. Cron, 1B, Los Angeles Angels
    119) Henry Owens, LHP, Boston Red Sox
    120) Elier Hernandez, OF, Kansas City Royals

    Sickels* - Jeffy/mods please edit title, thanks!

  11. #23
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    Oct 2011
    5 guys in the top 120 for the Mets

    Would have never said that 3 or 4 years ago..

  12. #24
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    Jul 2009
    Louisville, Colorado
    7 Red Sox in the top 120

  13. #25
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    Oct 2007
    Quote Originally Posted by avrpatsfan View Post
    7 Red Sox in the top 120
    Toronto with 7 in the top 71....crazy.

  14. #26
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    Jan 2009
    Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    5 guys in the top 120 for the Mets

    Would have never said that 3 or 4 years ago..
    hahahah lol.

    First thing I did was come in and count...and look, first reply .

    And I beleive that if Fernando Martinez had had his little revival over here in NY, he would have gotten into the 90's.

    Ewing dunk past Mourning
    -HORRIBLE out of timeouts
    -Too many 3's
    -PF is pushed to the 3 point line
    -Doesn't play BIGS
    -Dog Houses players
    -HORRIBLE management of players and motivation

    Go out on your front lawn, take a dump and see how long your neighbors will talk about that little slice of life. That's what Mike D did to this franchise./QUOTE]

  15. #27
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    May 2008
    Jesse Biddle YE

  16. #28
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    Jul 2011
    St. Simon's Island
    Good to see Andrelton getting some recognition

  17. #29
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    Apr 2010
    2 top 10 M's that are pitchers to bad one of them isn't a hitter.

  18. #30
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    Mar 2009
    Good to see Crick sneak in the top 100

    Would you trust a blind scout? Of course you wouldn't but that's what you do when you simply go by stats

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