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January 30, 2014 6:00 am

Get to Know: Second Base Prospects

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Craig Goldstein

A look at the future contributors at the keystone, both for later this year and beyond.

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Notes on several near-ready prospects, including Christian Colon and Jonathan Singleton.

Prospect of the Day: Christian Colon, 2B, Royals (Leones de Ponce, PRWL): 2-5, 2 R, 2 2B, K. Colon was back at his most likely major league position (second base) on Monday after stints all over the infield this winter. With six doubles in 19 games this winter, he’s showing just enough power that his bat could play as a fringe-everyday option at second base, where the Royals have a hole.

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November 15, 2012 5:00 am

Minor League Update: Games of November 14

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Jason Martinez

Notes from around the AFL and Caribbean Winter Leagues.

There was a full slate of action in the Dominican Winter League, although not one player did anything interesting enough to make my list. Not that there wasn't anything interesting going on. For instance, thirty-seven year-old Vladimir Guerrero, a career .318 hitter with 449 HR in 16 big league seasons, went 2-for-4 for the Tigres del Licey. And then there was Manny being Manny, playing for Aguilas Cibaenas. The 40 year-old, who is stuck at 555 career HR, homered in his DWL debut off the first pitch he saw from former big leaguer Daniel Cabrera, who ended up pitching seven strong innings and only allowing a pair of solo homers to Ramirez and former NL Rookie of the Year Chris Coghlan, who was celebrating after I recently moved him into my Marlins' projected lineup after a certain blockbuster trade. See, I told you there were some good times being had in the Dominican Republic on Wednesday.

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