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Teal Shadow,Jul 18 2005, 7:03 PM]

 

Background: Penn's baseball experience and success were limited in high school because he also spent a lot of time on the basketball court. He was the eastern San Diego area player of the year after averaging 24 points and 11 rebounds a game as a senior. He broke out in 2004, jumping all the way to Double-A and being named Baltimore's minor league pitcher of the year.

 

Strengths: Penn has the stuff to pitch at the front end of a rotation. His plus changeup is his best pitch now, and he also has an 89-92 mph fastball that touches 94 and a curveball that's above average when it's on. What the Orioles really like, though, is his pitching savvy. He pitches above his age and experience, working inside, pitching to weak contact and showing a knack for reading hitters' weaknesses.

 

Weaknesses: Penn mainly needs innings. He didn't make his pro debut until 2003, was shut down halfway through the season, and opened 2004 in the Delmarva bullpen to reduce his workload. His curveball still requires work.

 

The Future: It's early, but Penn's fast progress got the Orioles excited. He'll go back to Double-A Bowie to open 2005.

 

it seems he was rush through the system and has little experience pitching while in HS. This kid should be in high Single A right now.

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1. BRIAN ANDERSON, of Age: 23 Ht: 6-3 Wt: 200 B-T: R-R

Drafted: Arizona, 2003 (1st round) Signed by: John Kazanas

 

Brian Anderson

Anderson is a good athlete who knows how to

use his tools

 

Background: Anderson had a roller-coaster career at Arizona, where he earned Freshman All-America honors as a two-way star in 2001. But he tailed off as a sophomore, in part because of knee and wrist injuries. When he gave up pitching and was fully healthy in 2003, his stock soared and the White Sox made him the 15th overall pick in the draft. After signing for $1.6 million, he launched his pro career by hitting .388 at Rookie-level Great Falls, only to have his pro debut end after 13 games when a recurrence of the wrist injury required minor surgery. He bounced back so strongly in 2004 that the White Sox had enough confidence to include outfielder Jeremy Reed?who preceded Anderson as the No. 1 prospect in the organization a year ago?in a midseason trade for Freddy Garcia. Anderson played a strong center field at high Class A Winston-Salem and Double-A Birmingham, hitting well at the lower level and holding his own while making adjustments following his promotion. He missed the last two weeks of the season with a groin strain.

 

Strengths: Anderson is a good athlete who knows how to use his tools. He uses the entire field, showing both the ability to launch balls to left field and the willingness to go to right. He came out of college with solid plate discipline and has had no difficulty making consistent contact as a pro. If he has to move to an outfield corner, he projects to hit with enough power to be an asset at that position. Anderson runs well and has enough speed to play center field. He has enough arm to play anywhere in the outfield, as he threw in the low-90s as a reliever at Arizona. He thrives on competition and was not intimidated by the stiffer competition when he moved up to Double-A.

 

Weaknesses: Minor injuries have continually bothered Anderson, who was limited at the end of the regular season and in the AFL by a groin strain. He appears to have a high-maintenance body. He needs to get more at-bats so he can continue to lock in the swing changes he started to incorporate as a junior under the guidance of Wildcats coach Andy Lopez. Anderson may not be more than adequate in center field, a position where adequate usually isn?t good enough. Some scouts actually rate him as a below-average runner, and he needs to improve routes to balls.

 

The Future: Anderson could get to the big leagues in the second half of 2005 if the White Sox have an outfield opening. But they?d prefer for him to spend a full season at Triple-A Charlotte and prepare to become a regular at U.S. Cellular Field in 2006. Having seen $5.3 million man Joe Borchard struggle to establish himself, Chicago might take it a little slower with Anderson in hopes that he can stick around when he gets his first taste of the big leagues. Whether he plays in center or right field likely will depend on whether Aaron Rowand can maintain the offensive and defensive productivity he showed in 2004.

 

2004 Club (Class) AVG OBP SLG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB

Winston-Salem (Hi A) .319 .394 .531 254 43 81 22 4 8 46 29 44 10

Birmingham (AA) .270 .346 .416 185 26 50 9 3 4 27 19 30 3

 

2. RYAN SWEENEY, of Age: 20 B-T: L-L Ht: 6-5 Wt.: 205

Drafted: HS?Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 2003 (2nd round) Signed by: Nathan Durst

 

Background: The White Sox stole Sweeney in 2003?s second round after a lackluster showcase performance on the eve of the draft hurt his stock. When injuries created a need for an outfielder in big league camp last spring, they summoned Sweeney?who responded by batting .367. Sox executive adviser Roland Hemond says he gets the same goosebumps watching Sweeney that he once did watching a young Harold Baines.

 

Strengths: Sweeney is athletic as well as a natural hitter with a textbook swing. He has few holes and uses the entire field. He has gap power and should add pop as he climbs toward Chicago. He also has a plus right-field arm.

 

Weaknesses: Some scouts in the high Class A Carolina League questioned Sweeney?s bat speed. He opened the season slowly and made matters worse by pressing, causing concerns about his patience. He?s still improving as a right fielder.

 

The Future: Sweeney should advance to Double-A after holding his own as one of the youngest players in the Carolina League. He could get to Chicago quickly because manager Ozzie Guillen and hitting coach Greg Walker are absolutely in love with his potential.

 

2004 Club (Class) AVG OBP SLG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB

Winston-Salem (Hi A) .283 .342 .379 515 71 146 22 3 7 66 40 65 8

 

3. BRANDON McCARTHY, rhp Age: 21 B-T: R-R Ht: 6-7 Wt: 190

Drafted: Lamar (Colo.) CC, 2002 (17th round) Signed by: Joe Butler/John Kazanas

 

Background: Scouts John Kazanas and Joe Butler did an excellent job when they locked onto McCarthy after he had gone 12-0 and struck out 14 per nine innings in junior college in 2002. He led the Rookie-level Arizona and Pioneer leagues in strikeouts in his first two pro seasons, then topped the entire minors with 202 whiffs in 2004.

 

Strengths: McCarthy?s best pitch is a two-seam fastball that generally parks around 90 mph, and he has a four-seamer that hits 92-93. He also has a plus curveball. His height allows him to deliver pitches on a steep downward plane, and he throws strikes at will with an easily repeatable delivery.

 

Weaknesses: McCarthy has sailed to Double-A without a hitch. He can get better with his changeup, and he has started to make progress and use it more often.

 

The Future: Chicago couldn?t find a fifth starter in 2004, and McCarthy could jump into consideration with a strong spring. He?ll probably return to Double-A but won?t stay long if he picks up where he left off.

 

2004 Club (Class) W L ERA G GS CG SV IP H HR BB SO AVG

Kannapolis (Lo A) 8 5 3.64 15 15 3 0 94 80 10 21 113 .232

Winston-Salem (Hi A) 6 0 2.08 8 8 0 0 52 31 3 3 60 .168

Birmingham (AA) 3 1 3.46 4 4 0 0 26 23 2 6 29 .235

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I have the autographs of all bolded players above.

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Way to brag...just kidding. Delmon Young is going to be amazing. Get him Kazmir, and Weeks if you can.

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Young and Weeks don't sign through the mail, which is where I get most of my autographs from. It doesn't seem like Kazmir does either.

 

I've heard that Weeks actually opens all of his mail, but just keeps, signs, and resells the cards and items he receives on his own website, www.rickieweeks.com, which does offer that kind of stuff for sale.

 

I have a feeling that he might be the next Barry Bonds, personality-wise.

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