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Notes on prospects and big leaguers playing abroad, including Twins right-hander Deolis Guerra.

Major Leaguer of the Night

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Notes on prospects playing abroad, in rhyme form!

Monday night saw just one game on the Caribbean docket,
So this time around I thought I’d rhyme it and rock it.

Last night’s only game was in the Dominican
Where the Tigres del Licey held on for a win.



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Notes on prospects and big leaguers playing abroad, including Nationals outfielder Eury Perez and Twins shortstop Eduardo Escobar.

Friday, January 24th

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November 21, 2012 5:00 am

Minor League Update: Games of November 20

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Jason Martinez

Notes from the Dominican Winter League, Venezuelan Winter League, and Puerto Rico Baseball League.

What I learned while scouring the Caribbean League box scores on Tuesday evening is that teams can actually have more than 50 players on their roster. In a 16-inning game between los Estrellas de Oriente and los Gigantes del Cibao, a combined 24 pitchers and 31 position players were used. Only two players, however (Todd Linden and Jean Segura), had more than one hit and only five of the 31 pitchers allowed a run in the 4-3 victory for Cibao.

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