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Notes on prospects and former big leaguers who stood out in the Caribbean Series, including Indians lefty Elvis Araujo.

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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 prospects playing abroad, including Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco.

The Good

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Notes on prospects playing abroad, including the Twins' Eddie Rosario and the White Sox' Carlos Sanchez.

Friday, January 10th

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Notes on prospects playing abroad, including Padres outfielder Reymond Fuentes and Cardinals right-hander Carlos Martinez.

Friday, December 20

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December 10, 2013 6:07 am

Minor League Update: International Winter League Games of December 9

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Jeff Moore

Notes on prospects playing abroad, including Pirates outfielder Andrew Lambo and Nationals outfielder Michael Taylor.

The Good

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Notes on 10 prospects, including Christian Bethancourt, Gregory Polanco, Jonathan Singleton.

Thursday, November 28th

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Notes on the prospects who stood out abroad, and on a handful who were protected from the Rule Five Draft.

Prospect of the Day: Billy Hamilton, CF, Reds (Cangrejeros de Santurce, PRWL): 3-6, K, 3 SB. Now that’s a Billy Hamilton-esque game. The Reds speedster has struggled to get on base this winter, thus negating his speed, but he’s still a game-changer when he does. He also threw a runner out at second base from the outfield.

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Notes on eight prospects, including Braves outfielder Joey Terdoslavich and Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco.

Prospect of the Day: Joey Terdoslavich, LF, Braves (Toros del Este, DWL): 3-4, 2B, 3B, K. International league rosters are in constant flux, and Terdoslavich was a late addition to the Toros. He went 3-4 in his first game, showing the extra-base power that makes him an attractive bench option for the Braves. He won’t be playing first base (his natural position) for them any time soon, but he’s playing the outfield this winter to gain more experience at his new secondary position.

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Five Prospects Who Struggled In the 2011 Caribbean Winter Leagues

Aside from a fairly uneventful game between the Dominican Winter League and Venezuelan Winter League All-Stars, it was another slow night with only two games in Puerto Rico. So let's stick with yesterday's topic -- struggling prospects of the Caribbean Winter Leagues -- and take a look at five prospects who were terrible last winter, but eased concerns -- if there were any at all -- by putting up much better numbers during the 2012 regular season.

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December 3, 2012 5:00 am

Minor League Update: Games of November 30-December 2

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Jason Martinez

Notes from around the Caribbean Winter Leagues.

One starting pitcher who could have significant interest if he comes out of retirement is 36 year-old Javier Vazquez, who may have been pitching as good as ever when he decided to hang it up after the 2011 season. In the second half of that season, Vazquez had a 2.15 ERA for the Marlins with 16 walks and 96 strikeouts in 96.1 innings pitched. Talk about going out on a high note. But he might not be done yet. According to Peter Gammons, Vazquez could decide if he wants to return after he pitches for Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic. For now, he's tuning up with his hometown Ponce, where he debuted on Saturday with two shutout innings and four strikeouts against the Atenienses de Manati.

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After a miserable 2011 at the major-league level, will Minnesota at least see some happiness on the farm?

Prospect #1: 3B Miguel Sano
Background with Player: Industry sources
Who: Sano, who has soul-crushing power from the right-side, stands in very elite company when it comes to his raw slugging ability; scouts line up to throw 80s of the future of the tool. Signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2009 for a robust $3.15 million, Sano might only have a short-season résumé, but the 18-year-old should be considered one of the top offensive prospects in the game.

In the field, Sano has very little chance of sticking on the left side of the infield. He has good athleticism for his present size and a strong arm, but the teenager is already a very large man and all signs point to him getter even larger during the maturation process. This will push his glove to right field or first base, though he has enough offensive potential to have value regardless of where or how he plays on the field.



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