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January 29, 2015 9:45 am

Tale of the Tape, Dynasty Edition: Maikel Franco vs. D.J. Peterson


Ben Carsley

Which of these two third basemen is likely to be more valuable over the long haul?

It's a battle for the future of your CI spot today, as we're pitting Maikel Franco and D.J. Peterson against each other in this Tale of the Tape. Will Franco ever stop swinging at garbage? Will Peterson ever play third base? Will rhetorical questions as literary devices ever work? The Answers May Surprise You:

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August 8, 2013 6:18 am

Minor League Update: First Round Selections: American League


Zach Mortimer

A look at the players whom junior-circuit clubs selected in the first round of the draft in June.

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Tim Anderson, SS, White Sox (Low-A Kannapolis): .266/.337/.343 with 7 2B, 3 3B, 0 HR, 13 SB, 3 CS, 15 BB, and 49 K in 169 at-bats.
Anderson is a toolsy player selected out of junior college. He was finally able to focus all of his time on baseball in 2013 after previously being a multi-sport athlete. Anderson offers plus-plus running ability and good bat speed, and some believe he has a chance to hit for power. It is going to be difficult for Anderson to stay at short, but scouts believe he could transition to center field if necessary. The White Sox paid $2.16 million for Anderson, and he was instantly in the conversation for the top prospect in their system.

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