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Mr. Intrigue: Will Benson And His Potential To Shine

When an organization selects a high school baseball player in the first round of the draft, they primarily do so because of the belief the player’s ceiling far outweighs the risks. In other words, they ask the internal question: “Do we project this player to produce an above-average WAR that a much safer, collegiate athlete would? Are we willing to take the risk?” Granted, many other factors contribute to the sacred position: Many man-hours are dedicated to make the right decision and do so withing the financial parameters given

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Season Over for the Dogs of the Desert: Indians Prospect Wrap

With the Peoria Javelinas taking the Arizona Fall League championship on Saturday against the Mesa Solar Sox, the 2017 AFL season has come to an end. For the first time in three years, the Indians affiliate did not represent the league in the championship game as the Glendale Desert Dogs as they finished two games out in the West.

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Season Over for the Dogs of the Desert: Indians Prospect Wrap

Minor League Mondays Affiliate Review: Las Vegas 51’s

Now that the 2017 season is over, Minor League Mondays will take a look at each of the New York Mets’ minor league affiliates over the next several weeks. This series will take a look at each affiliate’s season highlights, top prospects, interesting promotions, and more.

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Cleveland Indians MiLB Depth Chart Diving: Replacing the Chicken

We started our look at the Indians minor league positional depth at second base where the Major League team is stacked enough to eliminate major worry about lack of talent. We’ll continue on with the bullpen, where the situation is much more dire.

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Tomas Nido, Luis Guillorme Represent New York Mets in AFL All Star Game

While the 2017 season came to an end last week, some of the game’s best minor leaguers are playing on in the Arizona Fall League. The AFL held it’s annual “Fall Stars” Game to showcase the best prospects playing in the league, and two of the New York Mets’ farm hands participated.

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Tomas Nido, Luis Guillorme Represent New York Mets in AFL All Star Game

Why Pitchers are Underrated and Kluber is the Indians Best Player this Year

Since time began, pitchers have been underrated. In today’s game, pitchers generally make up about half of the players in baseball, yet only 77 have been inducted into the Hall of Fame compared to 172 position players and even 68 manager, executives and umpires. In addition, only 14 pitchers have won the AL MVP since 1911 with just six of those coming after the advent of the Cy Young award in 1956, the most recent being Justin Verlander in 2011 when he won the triple crown

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Phillies prospect Cornelius Randolph, six others headed to Arizona Fall League

Cornelius Randolph, the Phillies first-round pick in 2015, will headline the group of seven players the team sends in October to the Arizona Fall League.

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Indians Should Give Greg Allen a Look in Center

The Cleveland Indians managed to get to the World Series in 2016 with a a rookie center fielder who they couldn’t play against left handed pitching and even despite controlling his playing time, managed -17 defensive runs saved. They also found production from a 35 year old outfielder who led the American League in steals but struggled his fair share in center and getting on base. This article isn’t meant to pick on Tyler Naquin or Rajai Davis

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Time Running Out for Potential Cody Allen Extension

The Indians have 11 players hitting arbitration this year, but while the Indians are generally looking to extend players once they hit their arbitration eligible years, there are limited candidates this time. Only Bryan Shaw and Lonnie Chisenhall are in their final years, and both would be extremely risky long term signings. Of those who will reach free agency prior to the 2020 season, there is only one player who has been consistent enough for a significant enough time to be worth looking at a long term extension

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The Tebow Effect

The Arizona Fall League will hold its championship game this Saturday without the Scottsdale Scorpions, our Phillies participants, and Tim Tebow. Earlier this fall, I wrote an article expressing my displeasure at the inclusion of the 29-year old former quarterback in the fall prospect league.

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