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    Baseball America Farm System Rankings

    From the Prospect Handbook:


    1. Rangers
    2. Marlins
    3. A's
    4. Rays
    5. Giants
    6. Braves
    7. Indians
    8. Cardinals
    9. Orioles
    10. Brewers
    11. Royals
    12. Phillies
    13. Red Sox
    14. Reds
    15. Yankees
    16. White Sox
    17. Mets
    18. Pirates
    19. Blue Jays
    20. Rockies
    21. Nationals
    22. Twins
    23. Dodgers
    24. Mariners
    25. Angels
    26. D'Backs
    27. Cubs
    28. Tigers
    29. Padres
    30. Astros

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    Re: Baseball America Farm System Rankings

    I think that's a fair ranking. The only problem I see is I think the Cardinals should be behind the Reds. I also like the Reds system slightly better than Boston's.

    Thanks for posting that New Fever.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Baseball America Farm System Rankings

    Did they provide any details along with the ranking? I know it is probably subscriber content, but I'd appreciate someone writing up a "digest" version for the thread.
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    Re: Baseball America Farm System Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    I also like the Reds system slightly better than Boston's.
    Sure, you would.
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    Re: Baseball America Farm System Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by RedEye View Post
    Did they provide any details along with the ranking? I know it is probably subscriber content, but I'd appreciate someone writing up a "digest" version for the thread.
    If its anything like the previous years book, it just list the team and gives a sentence or two on the system. I wouldn't expect much to be said there that we don't already know.

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    Re: Baseball America Farm System Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by blumj View Post
    Sure, you would.


    It's very close, IMO, but I just like the Reds depth a little better. It could go either way. The only problem I have with the list is the Cardinals ahead of the Reds. I'd take the Reds system over their's.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Baseball America Farm System Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    If its anything like the previous years book, it just list the team and gives a sentence or two on the system. I wouldn't expect much to be said there that we don't already know.
    Okay, thanks.
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