Bradenton Marauders 2011 Season Recap: Hitters

One thing that stood out to me about the Bradenton hitters was that there were no promotions.  The Opening Day roster was largely the same as the roster at the end of the season.  The only player to move up to AA was Travis Scott, who only made a brief appearance in Bradenton, and was more an organizational catcher.  You could also add Aaron Baker to that list, although he didn’t get promoted to AA until after he was traded.  A...

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Wrapping Up the 2011 State College Spikes Season

The last two days we wrapped up the 2011 State College Spikes season, looking at all of the prospects at the level.  The content included: -The Hitters Recap, featuring their stats, age groups, and an analysis of how each prospect performed. -The Pitchers Recap, also breaking down the stats, age groups, and performances. -The Top Prospects at the level. -I looked at Stetson Allie and Nick Kingham and the debate over who is the better...

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State College Spikes 2011 Season Recap: Top Prospects

Our top 10 overall prospects for the State College Spikes factors in all of the individual rankings.  Along with the individual rankings, we also include the best pitcher, hitter, biggest surprise, and biggest disappointments of the year.  The rankings factor in all of the players at the level throughout the year, regardless of whether they’ve been promoted to the majors, and regardless of whether they’ve lost their...

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State College Spikes 2011 Season Recap: Pitchers

The State College Spikes featured two of the top ten prospects in the system this year with Stetson Allie and Nick Kingham, both 2010 draft picks.  The pitching staff was also filled with a few 2010 picks, as well as a lot of 2011 college pitchers.  The main guys who stood out were Allie, Kingham, and 2010 17th round pick Ryan Hafner.  Here is a rundown of how everyone at the level did, broken down by age group. 2011 State College...

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State College Spikes 2011 Season Recap: Hitters

The hitting in State College was weak for the first half of the 2011 season.  Then in the second half the team added Alex Dickerson, and saw Wes Freeman take off, giving them two power bats in the middle of the lineup.  The rest of the lineup was mostly built around speed, with a lot of the outfielders from the 2011 draft making their pro debuts at the level.  Here is a rundown of all of the players in State College this year, broken...

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Wrapping Up the 2011 West Virginia Power Season

Today we wrapped up the 2011 West Virginia Power season, looking at all of the prospects at the level.  The content included: -The Hitters Recap, featuring their stats, age groups, and an analysis of how each prospect performed. -The Pitchers Recap, also breaking down the stats, age groups, and performances. -The Top Prospects at the level. -I reviewed Jameson Taillon’s first pro season. Tomorrow we will continue our season...

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