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    Minor League Free Agent Pitchers

    http://minors.baseball-reference.com...gent&sort=SOp9

    A good list to see who might be a good pick-up for the organization. This list is not current because I know that R. J. Swindle was signed by the Brewers. There's a lot of journeymen there but there are a few younger guys at the lower levels available. Might be a diamond in the rough.

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    Re: Minor League Free Agent Pitchers

    Let's hope that Walt can find another Lincoln in the group.

    Of the one's I have heard of, I like Fruto. V Nunez and you can never have too many lefites so Randolph. But Walt was great at finding pitchers off the scrap heap and making them decent middle relievers. I am sure he can find another one out of this bunch. But then again, he had Duncan.

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    Re: Minor League Free Agent Pitchers

    Emiliano Fruto and Ryan Wing interest me the most.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Minor League Free Agent Pitchers

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    Emiliano Fruto and Ryan Wing interest me the most.
    Yeah I have sorta liked Fruto since he was with the Nats. He seems to have some stuff but IIRC he was a bit raw yet, maybe some command/control issues.
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    Re: Minor League Free Agent Pitchers

    Does anyone know anything about Tony Bremon? At 6'1" and 165 lbs he might be skinny but his stats don't seem to be something that would make you want to give up on him at 20 years old.


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