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March 7, 2012 3:00 am

Ten Prospects on the Bubble, Part Two

12

Bradley Ankrom

Profiling five more former top prospects, this time from the NL, who have to make a move this season or risk being labeled busts.

Introduction and Part I

Christian Friedrich, LHP, Colorado Rockies (24)
With Brian Matusz off the board, Colorado grabbed arguably the second-best college left-hander in the 2008 draft when it snapped up Friedrich with the 25th pick. He signed quickly and was able to make 11 starts in the Northwest and South Atlantic Leagues, striking out 65 batters over 48 innings.


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February 12, 2010 11:40 am

Future Shock: Mets Top 11 Prospects

42

Kevin Goldstein

Some high-ceiling prospects and a solid 2009 draft helps one of baseball's weakest farm systems improve.

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April 8, 2009 1:38 pm

Future Shock: Future Top Dogs, NL

21

Kevin Goldstein

The senior circuit's collection of talent on the rise, and the chances of each prospect to become his organization's best.

Prospecting is all about the future, so let's look deep into the coming year and try to figure out who might be topping next year's prospect lists in their respective organizations, as well as who could be moving up, down, or even out, beginning today with the National League. The American League version is here.

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December 16, 2008 11:28 am

Future Shock: Mets Top 11 Prospects

31

Kevin Goldstein

Without the overall depth of some organizations, the Metropolitans are left hoping that their bright lights shine.

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March 25, 1999 12:00 am

NL Central Notebook

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Christina Kahrl

Rotation
Steve Trachsel, R
Kevin Tapani, R
Jon Lieber, R
Terry Mulholland, L
Scott Sanders, R or Kurt Miller, R

Bullpen
Rod Beck, R
Terry Adams, R
Matt Karchner, R
Felix Heredia, L








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