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just got my handbook in the mail today...

 

1. Chris Volstad

2. Brett Sinkbeil

3. Gaby Hernandez

4. Sean West

5. Gaby Sanchez

6. Taylor Tankersley

7. Aaron Thompson

8. Ryan Tucker

9. Chris Coghlan

10. Kris Harvey

11. Renyel Pinto

12. Jose Garcia

13. Rick Vanden Hurk

14. Henry Owens

15. Yusmeiro Petit

16, Jesus Delgado

17. Harvey Garcia

18. Matt Lindstrom

19. Thomas Hickman

20. Robert Andino

21. Brett Carroll

22. Kyle Winters

23. John Raynor

24. Brett Hayes

25. Jacob Marceaux

26. Jose Campusano

27. Greg Burns

28. Jason Stokes

29. Brad McCan

30. Todd Doolittle

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Which Gaby Hernandez is Gaby Sanchez?

fixed

 

Quick question....how come Tank and Petit are still showing as rookies? Did they not have enough appearances to not qualify as rookies?

something like 40 or 50 innings needed for them not to qualify

 

silly, I know

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For the record, these are Mike Berardino's rankings and reports. Jim Callis makes the final call on the ratings, but all this work is Mike's.

 

What I am trying to say is that I should do them for BA next year :shifty

 

Get on it Ramp! :thumbup

Alan Schwarz owes me a dinner if you need a little bit of a nudge.

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Guys out of the top 10 that I really wanna watch this year and I think will surprise many:

UNDERRATED GUYS

-Rick VandenHurk (P) great stuff, many K's

-Thomas Hickman (OF) future starter

-Jose Campusano (OF) has more potential than people think

-Jason Stokes (1B) if he stayed healthy then count me in on 30-40 HR

-Brad McCann (1B) I'm not ready to give up on him- he will bounce back

-Todd Doolittle (RP) Dominating and still not getting respect

 

OVERRATED GUYS

-Kris Harvey (OF) hasn't lived up to expectations (others guys such as Brett Carroll, McCann, Sanchez have passed by him in the past)

 

-Jacob Marceaux (P) great stuff and high school numbers but he hasn't learned how to "pitch" yet.

-Matt Lindstrom (P) very injury prone

-Greg Burns (OF) his speed is great. his defense is great. His offense makes Eric Reed looks good! Barely can make contact with single A pitchers. He is no longer on my top 30.

 

THE JURY IS STILL OUT

-Yusmeiro Petit (P) scouts all along questioned if he could handle major league hitters. I expect him to have a good year in 2007.

-Chris Coghlan (3B) less than stellar debut but way to early

-Robert Andino (SS) will he ever hit enough to be a MLB player? My guess is he will be a future super sub like Amezaga.

 

 

 

NO LOVE!

-Alejandro DeAza (OF) he is lights years better than Greg Burns and hits .300 at every level.

 

 

 

Ramp what are your early initial impressions of Hickman and Cousins? Is Hickman on a faster track to the majors?

considering that Cousins is 22, Id say he is on a faster track

 

Hickman is much better than Cousins so I'd say Hickman. I think Hickman can be an MLB starter. Cousins will be lucky to be an MLB reserve at this point from what I've read from the scouting reports.

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-Matt Lindstrom (P) very injury prone

 

Huh? Have I missed something? He had a terrible injury in 2005 (which btw he continued to pitch with) but outside of that maybe I've missed something but I can't find reference to any other injury at all.

I believe you are correct 03. Maybe WMM was referencing the fact that Lindstrom is "old", but that is because he went on a 2 year mormon mission.

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-Matt Lindstrom (P) very injury prone

 

Huh? Have I missed something? He had a terrible injury in 2005 (which btw he continued to pitch with) but outside of that maybe I've missed something but I can't find reference to any other injury at all.

 

And didn't he also change positions?

 

Injuries aren't a real concern there.

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-Matt Lindstrom (P) very injury prone

 

Huh? Have I missed something? He had a terrible injury in 2005 (which btw he continued to pitch with) but outside of that maybe I've missed something but I can't find reference to any other injury at all.

 

And didn't he also change positions?

 

Injuries aren't a real concern there.

Henry Owens changed positions, but not Lindstrom(I think)

 

unless you mean arm position

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-Matt Lindstrom (P) very injury prone

 

Huh? Have I missed something? He had a terrible injury in 2005 (which btw he continued to pitch with) but outside of that maybe I've missed something but I can't find reference to any other injury at all.

 

And didn't he also change positions?

 

Injuries aren't a real concern there.

Henry Owens changed positions, but not Lindstrom(I think)

 

unless you mean arm position

 

Yeah, n/m thinking of Owens then.

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