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    Jay Bruce and Zach Ward

    They both make the Prospect Hot Sheet- In the Team Photo-

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/today...et/261693.html

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    Re: Jay Bruce and Zach Ward

    i dont know how seriously to take any list that isnt mentioning bailey with the way he has pitched lately

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    Re: Jay Bruce and Zach Ward

    newera, you can bet your bottom dollar if Bailey pitches a similar game to his last two this week, he will be on there somewhere.

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    Re: Jay Bruce and Zach Ward

    14ip, 4h, 1r, 1er, 1bb, 15so - thats rediculous. 15/1 so/bb, .36 whip, .64era. thats good enough to be a hot prospect for me they probably go back 2 weeks, which is why they left him off, cause his other 2 starts in that time frame were avg. but still

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    Re: Jay Bruce and Zach Ward

    I thought this note had something to do with Rocky and Bullwinkle.

    Pay attention to the open sky

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    Re: Jay Bruce and Zach Ward

    I find this to be highly interesting.

    6. Joe Koshansky, 1b, Rockies (Double-A Tulsa)
    Koshansky just keeps hitting, and he earns bonus points for skipping high Class A after hitting 36 homers last season in the South Atlantic League as a 22-year-old. Last week, Koshansky hit .409 and added two more homers to bring his season total to 15.
    For all the talk about Shealy they have this guy hot on his heels and about 3 yrs. younger! Also this with Conor Jackson already at the Big Club. Perhaps one of these guys could be snatched from their respective teams.

    3. Chris Carter, 1b, Diamondbacks (Triple-A Tucson)
    A 17th-round pick in 2004 out of Stanford, Carter is hitting for average and power for the Sidewinders. The 23-year-old batted .476 with four homers last week, upping his overall numbers to .291/.396/.479 with eight bombs and 29 RBIs in 213 at-bats.
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