Prospects Report: The future is now (and bright)

What can Brown do for you?

Well, apparently, hit for average, hit for power, run, field and throw. And, more important to us in Fantasy, hit for average, hit for power, drive in runs, score runs and steal bases.

A burgeoning five-tool talent and five-category star.

It is the immensely talented and properly seasoned Domonic Brown who will be coming UPS to Philly in the second half and delivering on promise. If you can meander through the puns, that is the who, what, where and why. The lone remaining question is when?

"If fans want to see Domonic Brown in an intimate environment like this, they'd be advised to do it early than late," Triple-A GM Kurt Landes told the Lehigh-Valley Express-Times on Wednesday.

Sure, he wants to sell tickets today instead of tomorrow, but the GM might be on to something. Brown could be the offensive infusion a banged-up Phillies team needs after the All-Star break. Chase Utley had thumb surgery and is out until at least mid-August. Placido Polanco needs elbow surgery on bone spurs he will rest for now, then play through before offseason surgery. Those are two pretty important bats in a pennant race.

Not to mention, only recently awaking Raul Ibanez is just .240-6-36-30-1 (.328-.394) through Wednesday. Those are middle-infielder numbers, not those of a corner outfielder, which are especially difficult to swallow when that player is 38.

Meanwhile, Brown has taken off in his brief promotion to Triple-A, homering in back-to-back games Tuesday and Wednesday. He is hitting a blistering .458 with two homers, six RBI, five runs, one steal, a .500 OBP and .792 SLUG through his first seven games in Triple-A. That comes after tearing up Double-A in the first half to the tune of .318-15-47-50-12 (.391-.602).

"(Brown is) just now starting to scratch the surface on his ceiling as a potential major league player," Phillies assistant GM Chuck LaMar told MLB.com. "You don't want to rush him, but you also want to challenge him. It's a very fine line. We've tried to do that with him. We've tried not to rush him, but challenge him. And that's why with the move to Triple-A, we feel like he's going to be challenged and yet, he's not going to be over his head. I think he'll respond."

Clearly, it has worked -- perhaps even better than they could have imagined. There is little left to prove down on the farm for the 6-foot-5, 200-pound lefty swinging right fielder at age 22.

"It's fantastic how high his bar is," Landes gushed to the Triple-A affliate's hometown paper. "A kid like him, the ceiling is unlimited."

The Phillies knew they were going to have a difficult decision to make in the second half as early as this spring, when they allowed Brown to hang around major league camp a bit longer than anticipated. They wanted to get a real good look of what they had because Jayson Werth is in a contract year and Ibanez is ... well ... he is a banged-up 38-plus year old.

"The kid has tremendous eye-hand coordination," Philles manager Charlie Manuel said of Brown this spring when he was sent out of camp. "He's going to be a good player. He's good right now. He's going to get better."

Brown will be among the top talents on display in the Futures Game, the annual opener of the All-Star Week festivities in Anaheim on July 11, just 10 days from now. Below are the up-to-date rosters of the U.S. and World teams. You will recognize far more of the U.S. player names, mostly because scouting is best on the mainland and Baseball America is Baseball America not Baseball World. (We tend to pick the U.S. team every year for its future star name power, but the World team usually wins because the overseas talent is generally more advanced, if not recognizable.)

We have marked some of our favorites to watch with an arrow. Names like Hellickson, Hudson, Moustakas and Jennings already have high profiles in Fantasy Baseball's long-term keeper leagues, evidence by their ownership percentages on CBSSports.com. Prospect names Lyles, Minor, Trout, Castro and Teheran are going to be rising in those ranks in the coming weeks.

Minor, a 2009 first-round pick, and Teheran are the most intriguing arms to watch. The elite Braves pitching prospects are going to be among the top 10 in BA's top 100 next spring, along with Hellickson and Moustakas.

Jennings, Trout and Conger are interesting position players to watch. Save for Brown, of course, if he even makes it to the game. The Phillies could come calling beforehand, like Justin Verlander in 2005.

Futures Game rosters
U.S. Team
World Team
PITCHERS ORG Level B T Birthdate | PITCHERS ORG Level B T Birthdate
Zach Britton BAL Double-A L L 12/22/1987 | Henderson Alvarez TOR High Class A R R 4/18/1990
Jarred Cosart PHI Low Class A R R 5/25/1990 | Simon Castro SD Double-A R R 4/9/1988
Christian Friedrich COL Double-A R L 7/8/1987 | Jeurys Familia NYM High Class A R R 10/10/1989
Jeremy Hellickson TB Triple-A R R 4/8/1987 | Liam Hendriks MIN High Class A R R 2/10/1989
Daniel Hudson CWS Triple-A R R 3/9/1987 | Trystan Magnuson TOR Double-A L R 6/6/1985
Jordan Lyles HOU Double-A R R 10/19/1990 | Hector Noesi NYY Double-A R R 1/26/1987
Shelby Miller STL Low Class A R R 10/10/1990 | Stolmy Pimentel BOS High Class A R R 2/1/1990
Mike Minor ATL Triple-A R L 12/26/1987 | Eduardo Sanchez STL Double-A R R 2/16/1989
Tanner Scheppers TEX Triple-A R R 1/17/1987 | Julio Teheran ATL High Class A R R 1/27/1991
Zack Wheeler SF Low Class A R R 5/30/1990 | Philippe Valiquette CIN Triple-A L L 2/14/1987
CATCHERS ORG Level B T Birthdate | CATCHERS ORG Level B T Birthdate
Hank Conger LAA Triple-A S R 1/29/1988 | Chun-Hsiu Chen CLE Low Class A R R 11/1/1988
Austin Romine NYY Double-A R R 11/22/1988 | Wilin Rosario COL Double-A R R 2/23/1989
INFIELDERS ORG Level B T Birthdate | INFIELDERS ORG Level B T Birthdate
Lonnie Chisenhall CLE Double-A L R 10/4/1988 | Yonder Alonso CIN Triple-A L R 4/8/1987
Andrew Cumberland SD High Class A L R 1/13/1989 | Pedro Baez LAD High Class A R R 3/11/1988
Danny Espinosa WAS Double-A S R 4/25/1987 | Pedro Ciriaco ARI Triple-A R R 9/27/1985
Dee Gordon LAD Double-A L R 4/22/1988 | Luis Jimenez LAA High Class A R R 1/18/1988
Grant Green OAK High Class A R R 9/27/1987 | Brett Lawrie MIL Double-A R R 1/18/1990
Eric Hosmer KC High Class A L L 10/24/1989 | Hak-Ju Lee CHC Low Class A L R 11/4/1990
Logan Morrison FLA Triple-A L L 8/25/1987 | Alex Liddi SEA Double-A R R 8/14/1988
Mike Moustakas KC Double-A L R 9/11/1988 | Ozzie Martinez FLA Double-A R R 5/7/1988
OUTFIELDERS ORG Level B T Birthdate | OUTFIELDERS ORG Level B T Birthdate
Domonic Brown PHI Triple-A L L 9/3/1987 | Gorkys Hernandez PIT Double-A R R 9/7/1987
Brett Jackson CHC High Class A L R 8/2/1988 | Carlos Peguero SEA Double-A L L 2/22/1987
Desmond Jennings TB Triple-A R R 10/30/1986 | Francisco Peguero SF High Class A R R 6/1/1988
Ben Revere MIN Double-A L R 5/3/1988 | Eury Perez WAS Low Class A R R 5/30/1990
Mike Trout LAA Low Class A R R 8/7/1991 | Wilkin Ramirez DET Triple-A R R 10/25/1985

Prospect watch

Every week we break down all the minor leaguers who are owned in at least 1 percent of our Fantasy leagues. This will be your essential guide to unearthing the elite prospects before they hit the big time. This week we give you statistics through play Wednesday, June 23 for selected players in Double- and Triple-A, seperated by hitters and pitchers.

Most-owned minor-leaguers hitting stats (Double- and Triple-A only)
Player TM POS Own% Level G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLUG OPS
Alex Gordon KC 3B 26 Triple-A 52 204 46 68 15 2 11 36 39 57 6 1 .333 .454 .588 1.042
Brett Wallace TOR 3B 22 Triple-A 76 306 49 92 21 0 14 42 23 70 0 0 .301 .363 .507 .869
Desmond Jennings TB CF 22 Triple-A 54 196 43 59 16 4 1 21 21 34 19 1 .301 .376 .439 .814
Chris Davis TEX 1B 18 Triple-A 60 231 32 77 13 2 8 45 20 57 3 1 .333 .384 .511 .895
Domonic Brown PHI RF 15 Triple-A 7 24 5 11 2 0 2 6 2 4 1 0 .458 .500 .792 1.292
Double-A 65 236 50 75 16 3 15 47 29 51 12 6 .318 .391 .602 .993
Chris Carter OAK 1B 14 Triple-A 77 287 52 67 20 2 15 54 42 92 0 0 .233 .336 .474 .810
Jesus Montero NYY C 14 Triple-A 71 256 27 64 18 3 6 32 24 50 0 0 .250 .313 .414 .727
Nolan Reimold BAL LF 13 Triple-A 39 138 15 29 3 0 4 12 13 29 0 0 .210 .290 .319 .609
Dustin Ackley SEA 1B 11 Double-A 72 253 40 64 19 4 2 25 51 38 8 2 .253 .387 .383 .771
Logan Morrison FLA 1B 11 Triple-A 46 165 24 52 13 3 4 28 30 27 1 2 .315 .424 .503 .927
Mike Moustakas KC 3B 11 Double-A 58 226 50 76 21 0 18 66 23 38 0 1 .336 .404 .668 1.072
Jarrod Saltalamacchia TEX C 10 Triple-A 44 165 24 41 7 0 9 22 17 41 0 0 .249 .319 .455 .773
Michael Taylor OAK LF 10 Triple-A 63 229 36 57 12 5 3 38 22 47 8 3 .249 .318 .384 .702
Yonder Alonso CIN 1B 8 Triple-A 47 193 16 46 10 0 3 23 10 35 3 0 .238 .278 .337 .615
Double-A 31 101 19 27 5 0 3 13 19 16 4 2 .267 .388 .406 .794
Freddie Freeman ATL 1B 7 Triple-A 69 250 33 70 20 2 8 41 24 39 1 1 .280 .346 .472 .818
Michael Brantley CLE CF 7 Triple-A 56 234 47 75 9 2 3 26 26 25 11 4 .321 .390 .415 .805
Tyler Flowers CHW C 7 Triple-A 62 222 30 50 10 1 15 44 27 83 0 1 .225 .318 .482 .800
J.P. Arencibia TOR C 5 Triple-A 65 260 46 80 24 1 18 49 21 57 0 0 .308 .357 .615 .972
Lars Anderson BOS 1B 5 Triple-A 53 185 25 40 14 0 5 21 23 55 0 1 .216 .315 .373 .688
Double-A 17 62 13 22 5 0 5 16 7 16 1 1 .355 .409 .677 1.086
Lonnie Chisenhall CLE 3B 5 Double-A 57 229 36 63 11 1 6 30 20 34 1 0 .275 .344 .411 .754
Brandon Allen ARI 1B 4 Triple-A 50 170 29 45 11 2 9 35 41 43 4 4 .265 .413 .512 .925
Todd Frazier CIN OF 4 Triple-A 70 254 31 56 9 3 12 33 18 65 3 3 .221 .283 .421 .705
Ben Revere MIN CF 3 Double-A 64 241 26 74 8 1 1 20 26 23 24 7 .307 .380 .361 .741
Juan Francisco CIN 3B 3 Triple-A 39 158 21 43 15 2 5 24 7 38 0 0 .272 .299 .487 .787
Matt Dominguez FLA 3B 3 Double-A 77 284 31 69 20 1 9 41 29 56 0 1 .243 .319 .416 .734
Taylor Teagarden TEX C 3 Triple-A 4 14 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 .071 .133 .071 .205
Double-A 36 133 19 34 6 1 3 23 18 51 0 0 .256 .346 .384 .730
Wilson Ramos MIN C 3 Triple-A 49 197 20 42 10 0 4 18 8 37 0 1 .213 .248 .325 .573
Eugenio Velez SF LF 2 Triple-A 43 160 27 49 5 3 2 12 11 28 21 7 .306 .355 .413 .767
J.R. Towles HOU C 2 Double-A 5 14 3 2 1 0 0 3 4 4 2 0 .143 .400 .214 .614
James Darnell SD 3B 2 Double-A 40 144 16 31 8 0 4 12 16 30 0 0 .215 .301 .354 .655
Jemile Weeks OAK 2B 2 Double-A 26 102 18 31 7 3 2 13 8 19 5 4 .304 .368 .490 .859
Jordan Schafer ATL CF 2 Triple-A 37 137 14 30 4 1 1 6 11 35 8 5 .219 .275 .285 .560
Double-A 4 17 4 5 2 0 0 2 3 3 0 1 .294 .400 .412 .812
Jose Iglesias BOS SS 2 Double-A 40 147 19 45 9 3 0 9 5 27 2 2 .306 .340 .408 .748
Josh Reddick BOS LF 2 Triple-A 60 228 25 47 9 3 7 31 17 46 1 5 .206 .257 .364 .621
Justin Maxwell WAS CF 2 Triple-A 47 164 22 48 11 0 4 15 27 54 8 7 .293 .402 .433 .835
Nick Weglarz CLE RF 2 Triple-A 29 102 15 24 9 1 1 12 17 27 2 0 .235 .350 .373 .722
Double-A 37 138 21 39 10 0 7 27 22 26 1 0 .283 .384 .507 .891
Ryan Kalish BOS CF 2 Triple-A 14 48 7 12 3 0 1 6 6 12 3 0 .250 .346 .375 .721
Double-A 41 150 35 44 9 1 8 29 28 21 12 1 .293 .404 .527 .931
Thomas Neal SF LF 2 Double-A 78 299 29 86 19 1 8 43 21 55 7 1 .288 .350 .438 .788
Allen Craig STL RF 1 Triple-A 56 213 38 65 16 1 9 55 19 45 1 0 .305 .366 .516 .882
Angel Salome MIL C 1 Triple-A 5 12 3 4 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 1 .333 .429 .583 1.012
Double-A 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
Beau Mills CLE 1B 1 Double-A 56 214 22 42 10 0 3 33 19 34 0 0 .196 .270 .285 .555
Brandon Snyder BAL 1B 1 Triple-A 64 216 19 55 10 1 5 28 16 58 4 0 .255 .324 .380 .703
Brent Morel CHW 3B 1 Triple-A 28 99 13 26 3 0 2 6 6 12 2 0 .263 .305 .354 .658
Double-A 49 184 25 59 13 1 2 30 13 36 5 5 .321 .371 .435 .806
Chris Nelson COL SS 1 Triple-A 37 132 22 41 7 2 5 20 14 23 1 2 .311 .384 .508 .892
Chris Valaika CIN SS 1 Triple-A 77 277 30 81 18 2 0 26 14 46 1 2 .292 .321 .372 .693
Daryl Jones STL CF 1 Double-A 67 255 33 66 10 3 3 29 28 53 7 6 .259 .343 .357 .700
Gary Matthews CIN CF 1 Triple-A 5 26 5 9 2 1 1 1 0 9 1 0 .346 .346 .615 .962
Gorkys Hernandez PIT CF 1 Double-A 72 285 35 70 8 3 2 21 29 78 14 3 .246 .324 .316 .640
Greg Halman SEA RF 1 Triple-A 49 175 39 41 8 2 14 33 22 75 5 1 .234 .327 .543 .870
Hector Gomez COL SS 1 Double-A 2 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .167 .167 .167 .333
John Mayberry PHI LF 1 Triple-A 69 268 45 67 15 1 10 41 21 70 7 0 .250 .315 .425 .741
Jordan Danks CHW CF 1 Triple-A 74 280 40 68 21 2 4 27 24 94 13 4 .243 .307 .375 .682
Logan Forsythe SD 3B 1 Double-A 43 151 27 41 6 0 1 14 37 41 6 2 .272 .416 .331 .747
Luis Durango SD LF 1 Triple-A 63 224 24 63 3 2 0 15 27 38 25 13 .281 .360 .313 .672
Mike Carp SEA 1B 1 Triple-A 52 188 28 46 8 0 10 31 22 43 0 1 .245 .326 .447 .773
Roger Kieschnick SF LF 1 Double-A 58 218 20 55 8 2 4 23 18 54 2 3 .252 .307 .362 .670
Ryan Strieby DET 1B 1 Triple-A 49 181 15 41 7 0 8 32 23 50 1 1 .227 .317 .398 .715
Tyson Gillies PHI RF 1 Double-A 26 105 15 25 2 1 2 6 5 24 2 2 .238 .286 .333 .619
Wes Hodges CLE 3B 1 Triple-A 72 275 39 72 17 3 6 34 20 49 2 0 .262 .306 .411 .717
Wilin Rosario COL C 1 Double-A 52 191 28 54 10 1 10 27 14 44 0 0 .283 .340 .503 .842
Wilkin Ramirez DET LF 1 Triple-A 21 80 10 20 3 2 3 9 3 26 3 0 .250 .277 .450 .727
Double-A 56 212 34 51 10 4 15 42 22 84 5 6 .241 .311 .538 .848
Wladimir Balentien CIN LF 1 Triple-A 64 226 36 52 11 0 11 36 22 45 5 0 .230 .294 .425 .719

Most-owned minor-leaguers pitching stats (Double- and Triple-A only)
Player TM POS Own% Level INN GS CG W L SV K BB H ERA WHIP
Aroldis Chapman CIN SP 53 Triple-A 70 1/3 13 1 5 6 0 84 41 64 4.37 1.498
Jeremy Hellickson TB SP 33 Triple-A 99 2/3 17 0 10 2 0 101 22 89 2.36 1.119
Chris Tillman BAL SP 16 Triple-A 70 1/3 12 1 7 4 0 55 16 64 3.08 1.141
Kyle Drabek TOR SP 15 Double-A 98 16 0 7 8 0 77 43 86 3.49 1.316
Daniel Hudson CHW SP 11 Triple-A 88 1/3 16 1 11 3 0 102 29 78 3.58 1.215
Casey Kelly BOS SP 8 Double-A 57 14 0 1 3 0 53 21 71 5.05 1.614
Christian Friedrich COL SP 8 Double-A 58 11 0 0 5 0 48 23 68 5.59 1.569
Tanner Scheppers TEX SP 6 Triple-A 34 2/3 4 0 1 0 1 39 14 27 2.90 1.199
Double-A 11 0 0 0 0 2 19 0 3 0.82 0.273
Carlos Carrasco CLE SP 5 Triple-A 86 2/3 14 0 7 3 0 77 32 87 4.18 1.381
Aaron Crow KC SP 4 Double-A 86 16 0 5 6 0 60 42 98 5.97 1.628
Michael Bowden BOS RP 4 Triple-A 78 1/3 15 0 3 3 0 55 29 65 4.03 1.204
Mike Minor ATL SP 4 Double-A 82 14 0 2 5 0 103 32 69 3.84 1.232
Phillippe Aumont PHI SP 4 Double-A 49 2/3 11 0 1 6 0 38 38 55 7.50 1.890
Hector Rondon CLE SP 3 Triple-A 31 2/3 7 0 1 3 0 33 10 48 8.65 1.859
Jake McGee TB SP 3 Double-A 56 2/3 13 0 2 5 0 63 23 54 4.00 1.370
Simon Castro SD SP 3 Double-A 80 1/3 14 0 5 2 0 71 27 59 2.70 1.074
Aaron Poreda SD RP 2 Triple-A 11 1/3 0 0 1 0 0 8 7 3 0.00 0.901
Double-A 25 0 0 0 1 0 25 26 18 3.24 1.760
Andrew Miller FLA SP 2 Double-A 37 9 0 0 4 0 26 35 36 6.81 1.919
Jeff Samardzija CHC RP 2 Triple-A 39 1/3 3 0 5 1 0 35 26 27 3.45 1.356
Sean West FLA SP 2 Triple-A 27 6 1 3 2 0 24 6 32 4.00 1.407
Anthony Slama MIN RP 1 Triple-A 45 1/3 0 0 0 1 15 51 21 19 1.40 0.887
Brad Mills TOR SP 1 Triple-A 71 1/3 13 0 4 4 0 67 34 74 4.68 1.519
Brandon Erbe BAL SP 1 Triple-A 70 2/3 14 0 0 10 0 50 22 86 5.77 1.539
Brandon McCarthy TEX SP 1 Triple-A 32 2/3 5 0 1 0 0 23 6 24 2.52 0.932
Chuck Lofgren MIL SP 1 Triple-A 82 1/3 16 0 7 4 0 51 35 85 5.15 1.462
Daniel Moskos PIT SP 1 Triple-A 2 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 3 0.00 2.381
Double-A 31 0 0 2 1 17 30 9 21 1.45 0.968
Daniel Schlereth DET RP 1 Triple-A 35 0 0 1 2 0 45 26 30 2.83 1.600
Dan Cortes SEA SP 1 Double-A 56 1/3 13 0 4 2 0 53 35 58 5.62 1.658
Deolis Guerra MIN SP 1 Triple-A 25 4 0 0 3 0 18 8 35 6.84 1.720
Double-A 62 1/3 10 1 1 3 0 41 18 57 3.62 1.208
Felix Doubront BOS SP 1 Triple-A 26 2/3 6 0 3 2 0 24 9 22 2.41 1.183
Double-A 43 8 0 4 0 0 38 17 39 2.51 1.302
Glen Perkins MIN SP 1 Triple-A 73 2/3 16 0 1 8 0 60 24 104 8.12 1.749
Jeanmar Gomez CLE SP 1 Triple-A 86 15 1 5 7 0 54 33 98 5.55 1.523
Jensen Lewis CLE RP 1 Triple-A 12 2/3 0 0 0 0 1 13 1 11 1.48 0.984
Jess Todd CLE RP 1 Triple-A 33 1/3 0 0 2 2 4 36 11 34 3.26 1.360
Joe Savery PHI SP 1 Triple-A 77 2/3 14 0 1 8 0 43 38 93 5.25 1.697
Jose Ceda FLA RP 1 Double-A 4 0 0 1 0 0 7 1 2 0.00 0.750
Kasey Kiker TEX SP 1 Double-A 33 1/3 7 0 1 4 0 33 32 25 6.25 1.722
Kevin Mulvey ARI SP 1 Triple-A 83 1/3 15 0 3 5 0 57 32 83 4.77 1.384
Kevin Pucetas SF SP 1 Triple-A 63 13 0 1 4 0 44 28 90 6.29 1.873
Lance Lynn STL SP 1 Triple-A 88 2/3 16 0 5 6 0 64 36 94 5.82 1.474
Mark Rogers MIL SP 1 Triple-A 4 1/3 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 2.20 1.463
Double-A 61 2/3 14 0 3 6 0 53 39 49 3.97 1.438
Matt Maloney CIN SP 1 Triple-A 75 14 0 6 4 0 64 19 73 3.60 1.227
P.J. Walters STL RP 1 Triple-A 36 2/3 6 0 1 2 0 36 11 33 3.23 1.216
Rick VandenHurk FLA SP 1 Triple-A 65 14 1 4 5 0 58 31 75 6.09 1.631
Sam LeCure CIN SP 1 Triple-A 60 9 1 5 2 0 51 15 57 2.55 1.200
Sammy Gervacio HOU RP 1 Triple-A 10 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 6 3.56 1.089
Scott Mathieson PHI SP 1 Triple-A 34 2/3 0 0 3 2 14 43 14 24 2.37 1.111
Troy Patton BAL SP 1 Triple-A 87 1/3 16 0 5 9 0 52 27 95 4.86 1.401
Will Inman SD SP 1 Triple-A 62 1/3 11 1 2 4 0 52 27 54 3.62 1.304

Here are the rest of the most-owned minor-leaguers on CBSSports.com along with their ownership percentage.

CBSSports.com's other most-owned minor-leaguers
Player TM POS Own% Player TM POS Own% Player TM POS Own%
Rick Porcello DET SP 36 Adeiny Hechavarria TOR SS 2 Danny Duffy KC SP 1
Cameron Maybin FLA CF 15 Alex Liddi SEA 3B 2 David Cooper TOR 1B 1
Edwin Encarnacion TOR 3B 15 Alex White CLE SP 2 Dellin Betances NYY SP 1
Scott Sizemore DET 2B 12 Austin Romine NYY C 2 Devin Mesoraco CIN C 1
Martin Perez TEX SP 9 Brett Jackson CHC CF 2 Engel Beltre TEX CF 1
Jeff Clement PIT C 8 Carlos Peguero SEA RF 2 Eric Arnett MIL SP 1
Mat Gamel MIL 3B 8 Chris Withrow LA SP 2 Fautino De Los Santos OAK RP 1
Fernando Martinez NYM OF 7 Craig Kimbrel ATL RP 2 Greg Smith COL SP 1
Jenrry Mejia NYM SP 7 David Huff CLE SP 2 Hak-Ju Lee CHC SS 1
Jacob Turner DET SP 6 Hank Conger ANA C 2 Henry Rodriguez OAK RP 1
Jarrod Parker ARI SP 6 Jared Mitchell CHW CF 2 Ivan De Jesus LA SS 1
John Lannan WAS SP 6 Jason Knapp CLE SP 2 James McDonald LA RP 1
Josh Vitters CHC 3B 6 Jon Singleton PHI 1B 2 Jarred Cosart PHI SP 1
Julio Teheran ATL SP 6 Jordan Walden ANA SP 2 Jason Kipnis CLE 2B 1
Mike Montgomery KC SP 6 Lou Marson CLE C 2 Jay Jackson CHC SP 1
Tim Beckham TB SS 6 Matt Harrison TEX SP 2 Jeremy Jeffress MIL SP 1
Aaron Hicks MIN OF 5 Miguel Sano MIN SS 2 Jerry Sands LA RF 1
Akinori Iwamura PIT 2B 5 Nick Hagadone CLE SP 2 Jiovanni Mier HOU SS 1
Brett Lawrie MIL 2B 5 Pat Neshek MIN RP 2 John Bowker SF LF 1
Dee Gordon LA SS 5 Randall Delgado ATL SP 2 Josh Fields SEA RP 1
Marc Rzepczynski TOR SP 5 Ryan Westmoreland BOS OF 2 Josh Lindblom LA SP 1
Mike Trout ANA CF 5 Scott Elbert LA RP 2 Juan Miranda NYY 1B 1
Tyler Matzek COL SP 5 Tony Sanchez PIT C 2 Kyle Russell LA RF 1
Casey Crosby DET SP 4 Trevor Reckling ANA RP 2 Kyle Skipworth FLA C 1
Derek Norris WAS C 4 Zach Stewart TOR SP 2 Mark Melancon NYY RP 1
Dioner Navarro TB C 4 Zack Wheeler SF SP 2 Mark Trumbo ANA 1B 1
Donavan Tate SD CF 4 A.J. Pollock ARI CF 1 Matt Sweeney TB 3B 1
Eric Hosmer KC 1B 4 Aaron Miller LA SP 1 Matthew Hobgood BAL SP 1
Kyle Gibson MIN SP 4 Adam Miller CLE SP 1 Max Stassi OAK C 1
Michael Pineda SEA P 4 Adrian Cardenas OAK SS 1 Michael Burgess WAS RF 1
Tim Alderson PIT SP 4 Alex Colome TB SP 1 Michael Main TEX SP 1
Adam Moore SEA C 3 Andrew Brackman NYY SP 1 Mike Jacobs NYM 1B 1
Arodys Vizcaino ATL SP 3 Andrew Cumberland SD SS 1 Nick Franklin SEA SS 1
Carlos Triunfel SEA SS 3 Drew Carpenter PHI SP 1 Noel Arguelles KC SP 1
Chris Marrero WAS LF 3 Andrew Lambo LA LF 1 Peter Bourjos ANA CF 1
Daniel Murphy NYM 1B 3 Angel Villalona SF 3B 1 Reese Havens NYM SS 1
Ethan Martin LA SP 3 Anthony Rizzo BOS 1B 1 Rich Hill BOS SP 1
Grant Green OAK SS 3 Bobby Borchering ARI 3B 1 Ross Detwiler WAS SP 1
Ian Snell SEA SP 3 Bradley Holt NYM SP 1 Ryan Garko TEX 1B 1
Jaff Decker SD OF 3 Brendan Harris MIN 3B 1 Scott Richmond TOR SP 1
Jordan Lyles HOU SP 3 Bryan Anderson STL C 1 Slade Heathcott NYY CF 1
Kazuo Matsui COL 2B 3 Bryan Morris PIT SP 1 Tim Melville KC SP 1
Kila Ka'aihue KC DH 3 Burke Badenhop FLA RP 1 Travis d'Arnaud TOR C 1
Luis Valbuena CLE 2B 3 Casey Weathers COL RP 1 Trevor May PHI SP 1
Matt Moore TB SP 3 Chad Jenkins TOR SP 1 Tyler Chatwood ANA SP 1
Michael Ynoa OAK SP 3 Chad James FLA SP 1 Wil Myers KC C 1
Shelby Miller STL SP 3 Cla Meredith BAL RP 1 William Rowell BAL 3B 1
Wilmer Flores NYM SS 3 Conor Gillaspie SF 3B 1 Xavier Paul LA CF 1
Zach Britton BAL SP 3 Danny Espinosa WAS SS 1 Zach McAllister NYY SP 1

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