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March 21, 2012 3:00 am

Sobsequy: The Best of the Triple-A Retreads


Adam Sobsey

What veteran players biding their time in Triple-A might help a big-league club in 2012?

Imagine that you are Tom Hanks in Cast Away, and that among the little-known details of your character (aside from an obsession with time and a badly rotting tooth) is your quiet but intense lifelong love of the Chicago White Sox.

Well, first, welcome back to civilization, Chuck Noland. Enjoy all the crab legs, and sorry you missed out on Helen Hunt—it’s a game of inches, my friend. Second, you’re probably planning to make a beeline for your favorite baseball publication. Presumably, that is Baseball Prospectus, but then again, you’ve been marooned for a couple of years and may have sustained severe damage to your judgment, which now makes decisions based on survivalist instinct rather than careful consumer reasoning. Some help, in case you haven’t picked up your annual: an admittedly informal and incomplete survey of BP writers suggests that the White Sox are destined to finish somewhere around fourth place in the American League Central, with one of my colleagues asking if he could slot them sixth. Chuck, there are only five teams in the American League Central.

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November 22, 2006 12:00 am

Future Shock: Colorado Rockies Top Ten Prospects


Kevin Goldstein

The Rockies' humidor may have led the league in VORH, but there are some actual pitching prospects ascending to altitude, along with a special shortstop at No. 1.

Excellent Prospects
1. Troy Tulowitzki, SS
2. Franklin Morales, LHP
Very Good Prospects
3. Dexter Fowler, CF
4. Chris Ianetta, C
5. Ian Stewart, 3B
6. Ubaldo Jimenez, RHP
7. Shane Lindsay, RHP
Good Prospects
8. Greg Reynolds, RHP
Average Prospects
9. Samuel Deduno, RHP
10. Joe Koshansky, 1B

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