Monday, July 19, 2010

Minor League Quick Glance - AL South

I'd like to issue an official apology to ekoontz for ripping his farm system. First, he is clearly very successful at the ML level. Second, I hadn't seen the records from this division yet. Yikes.

Austin Rock Stars (this team is just stacked for the future)
AAA: 54-43
AA: 59-28
A+: 64-23
A-: 47-40
RL: 9-10

Closest to making a Major League impact:
Pitcher: Victor Villano
Position Player: Tommie Winn

Best long-term prospect:
Pitcher: No one...wait, oh, HE plays for THEM? My bad. James Haselman
Position Player: Felipe James

Potential Stars:
The Almighty; Villano; Winn; Mike Worthington; Gregory Paronto; Ernest Bailey; Carlos Castro; Benito James

Houston Space Cowboys
AAA: 6-81
AA: 14-73
A+: 8-79
A-: 10-77
RL: 8-11

Closest to making a Major League impact:
Pitcher: Dion Hood
Position Player: John Rupe

Best long-term prospect:
Pitcher: Dion Hood
Position Player: John Rupe

Potential Stars:
None

Richmond Rat Bastids
AAA: 51-36
AA: 58-29
A+: 72-15
A-: 67-20
RL: 10-9

Closest to making a Major League impact:
Pitcher: Willie Alfonzo
Position Player: Yovani Ozuna

Best long-term prospect:
Pitcher: Willie Alfonzo
Position Player: Yovani Ozuna

Potential Stars:
Ozuna

St. Louis Beermen
AAA: 40-47
AA: 0-87 (What?)
A+: 7-80
A-: 21-66
RL: 9-10

Closest to making a Major League impact:
Pitcher: Rob Bates
Position Player: Eduardo Calderone

Best long-term prospect:
Pitcher: Allen Cox
Position Player: Neifi Gandarillas

Potential Stars:
Cox; Gandarillas, Calderone

Next: AL West

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