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Baseball America Nats outlook/top prospects

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Baseball America Nats outlook/top prospects 

Post#1 » by Jollay » Wed Nov 9, 2011 4:40 pm

http://ht.ly/7nSaK

1. Bryce Harper, of
2. Anthony Rendon, 3b
3. Brad Peacock, rhp
4. A.J. Cole, rhp
5. Brian Goodwin, of
6. Alex Meyer, rhp
7. Matt Purke, lhp
8. Sammy Solis, lhp
9. Derek Norris, c
10. Steve Lombardozzi, 2b/ss

Alot of starters there, and Lombardozzi/Rendon gives the Nats alot of flexibility to deal Espinosa or Desmond if it suits them. Or if Zimmy won't resign at anything reasonable.

Link has a summary as well.
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Re: Baseball America Nats outlook/top prospects 

Post#2 » by Rafael122 » Thu Nov 10, 2011 12:32 am

I still think the best move is to trade Desmond and then move Espinosa to short, and Rendon to second.
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Re: Baseball America Nats outlook/top prospects 

Post#3 » by Hamyltowne » Tue Jun 12, 2012 2:19 am

Might want to scratch off 3 of the 10 as they were traded for Gio.

Still, an impressive farm system the Nationals have.
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Re: Baseball America Nats outlook/top prospects 

Post#4 » by Relentless88 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 5:04 am

Hamyltowne wrote:Might want to scratch off 3 of the 10 as they were traded for Gio.

Still, an impressive farm system the Nationals have.

Check the date of the posts. :wink:
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Re: Baseball America Nats outlook/top prospects 

Post#5 » by Hamyltowne » Tue Jun 12, 2012 5:14 am

Relentless88 wrote:
Hamyltowne wrote:Might want to scratch off 3 of the 10 as they were traded for Gio.

Still, an impressive farm system the Nationals have.

Check the date of the posts. :wink:

Ah.

I assume all boards are as well organised as the Blue Jays forum, dates in titles and everything.
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Re: Baseball America Nats outlook/top prospects 

Post#6 » by Rafael122 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 1:15 pm

Yeah, honestly I'm not even sure who our top prospect is at this point. I mean you could move everyone up spots, but I'm not sure. MAYBE Purke?
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Re: Baseball America Nats outlook/top prospects 

Post#7 » by Hamyltowne » Wed Jun 13, 2012 3:01 am

^ Baseball Prospectus has a list of the top 20 prospects in the Nationals system. I'll start a new thread.

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