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February 7, 2014 6:00 am

Minor League Update: Caribbean Series Game of February 6

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Jeff Moore

Notes on prospects and big leaguers who stood out in the semifinal between the Dominican Republic and Mexico.

We’re down to the semifinals of the Caribbean Series, which means only one game per night. Thursday night’s game involved the Dominican Republic falling to a not-exactly-prospect-laden Mexican team. For the MLU, that means you’re getting an update on every borderline prospect in action, no matter how many times you’ve heard their names in the past two months. We’ve made it through the whole winter together. Don’t jump off the ship now.

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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 Orioles outfielder Francisco Peguero and Indians first baseman Jesus Aguilar.

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

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Notes on prospects playing abroad, including Mets right-hander Jeurys Familia and Rangers outfielder Engel Beltre.

Friday, December 13th

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Notes on prospects playing abroad, including Indians first baseman Jesus Aguilar and Astros lefty Rudy Owens.

Prospect of the Day: Jesus Aguilar, 1B, Indians (Leones del Caracas, VWL): 3-4, 3 R, 2 HR, K. Well, it’s officially in Venezuela this winter. Aguilar was already putting on an impressive power performance, then he went off and hit his 15th and 16th home runs on Tuesday. As we’ve seen this winter, right-handed power is at a premium in baseball right now, so if his hit tool can play at all, the Indians will find a spot for him.

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May 7, 2013 5:00 am

Free Agent Watch: National League, Week Six

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Josh Shepardson

Dodgers speedster Dee Gordon races to the top of this week's list of possible reinforcements for your fantasy roster.

Dee Gordon, SS, Los Angeles Dodgers
Ownership: ESPN: 17.7% Yahoo!: 24% CBS: 38%
2013 Stats: 2 R, 0 HR, 3 RBI, 3 SB, .429 AVG

The Dodgers, and their fan base, are likely crying uncle at this point. They are hurting. Less than one week after being activated from the disabled list, Hanley Ramirez suffered another injury that required a return to the DL. His injury prompted the team to promote Gordon from Triple-A, where he hit .314 with 14 stolen bases in 16 attempts through 25 games.



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The Giants have won two World Series with homegrown stars. The next crop is short on depth and high-impact potential.

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November 19, 2012 5:00 am

Minor League Update: Games of November 16-18

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Jason Martinez

Notes from the weekend games in the DWL, VWL, PRBL, WBC, and AFL.

There were plenty of standouts in Saturday's Arizona Fall League Championship and I've already wrote about most of them since I started on the Minor League Update a few weeks back. Rymer Liriano, Nate Roberts, and Mike Zunino each had three hits for Peoria, who beat Salt River 4-3 to win the AFL title. Instead of writing about them again, do yourself a favor and scroll down the Twitter timeline of former big league scout Bernie Pleskoff, who was tweeting lots of informative scouting notes during the game and throughout the entire season.

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The future of the Giants' farm system will largely depend upon the team's most recent draft.

Previous Rankings: 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008

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July 20, 2011 1:09 pm

Future Shock: Prospecting for Trade Chips

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Kevin Goldstein

Kevin looks at what each contender is looking for and the prospects they could deal to meet their needs.

I'm going to be straight with you. I am not a big fan of the trade speculation game. Don't get me wrong, I like the rumors and hearing inside scoop of what really is (or isn't) going on between teams, but the sitting around the fire (or bar, or TV) game of “What would Team X have to give up for Player Y?” just doesn't appeal to me. We can all figure out what would make both sides of the ledger even out on a talent level, but what we don't know is how big of a role the one player that shows up in nearly every deal, Mr. Cash Considerations, will play. As we've already seen with the K-Rod to Milwaukee deal, sometimes money (or relief from money) is all that matters in a deal. So let's think about real teams, real contenders, and what kind of prospects they might be dangling out there in an attempt to get that extra piece (or maybe even one of the big prizes) while reviewing what they are looking for based on recent discussions with several team executives.

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The tater trots for June 2: Aubrey Huff wishes Sabean would bring the spotlight to him.

The news Thursday wasn't exactly dominated by the play on the field, but that doesn't mean nothing happened. Fans in St. Louis and Seattle, especially, were treated to quite the show (Mets fans too, but not through home runs).

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