Organizational Talent Rankings via Baseball America
2012 (26) | 2011 (28) | 2010 (12) | 2009 (3) | 2008 (27)
2012 Affiliate Records
MLB: [94-68] AL West
AAA: [86-58] Pacific Coast League — Sacramento
AA: [64-74] Texas League — Midland
A+: [56-84] California League — Stockton
A: [67-72] Midwest League — Burlington (Beloit beginning 2013)
A(ss): [33-43] New York-Penn League — Vermont
Arizona Fall League Players — Phoenix Desert Dogs
Gary Daley (RHP); Brett Hunter (RHP); James Simmons (RHP); Max Stassi (C); Grant Green (OF)
Graduated Prospects of Note Please, blog, may I have some more?
Jarrod Parker (RHP); A.J.
The fantasy baseball world waits impatiently for the arrivals of Anthony Rizzo and Wil Myers. Some owners have been stashing one or the other on their rosters for months now, as folks like me keep spewing lines like “arrival is imminent” — whatever that means. Truth is, these call-ups are utterly unpredictable. They’re based more on opportunity than readiness, and “opportunity”, it seems, is defined differently by every GM in baseball. Both Jed Hoyer and Dayton Moore are claiming patient approaches with their prospects, hinting that we won’t see either player in the majors this year. But who can believe these guys? Rizzo and Myers have combined for 55 homers on the season, and I’d love to see them join Trout and Harper in MLB’s 2012 prospect party. When that might happen, though, is tough to gauge. Until then, arrival is imminent. Please, blog, may I have some more?