Rick Porcello – Detroit Tigers RHP

Porcello's first professional season was a resounding success giving Tigers team officials a bit of relief after signing him to a $7 million MLB deal topped with a $3.5 million signing bonus.

Rick Porcello – Detroit Tigers RHP

Mike Moustakas – Kansas City Royals SS

His early start evoked murmurs that he was not worth the $4 million dollar price tag that the Royals signed him to and that he was an overdraft.

Mike Moustakas – Kansas City Royals SS

Jake Fox – Chicago Cubs OF/1B

13 November 2010

H/W:  6-0  210 lb.     B/T:  R/R     DOB:  7/20/82 The former Michigan Wolverine had his best season as a pro last year between AA Tennessee and AAA Iowa, batting .287 with 31 HR 105 RBI 39 doubles and 93 runs scored.  Determined to earn a ticket back to Wrigley longer than his 14 AB stint in [...]

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Sawyer Carroll – San Diego Padres OF

18 May 2009

H/W:  6-4  210 lb.     B/T:  L/R     DOB:  5/9/86 The Padres continued to add to their treasure trove of highly disciplined collegiate hitters by selecting this University of Kentucky alum in the 3rd round of the '08 draft.  Carroll has a power hitter's build but is more of a gap to gap hitter whose power should [...]

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Logan Forsythe – San Diego Padres 3B

18 May 2009

H/W:  6-1  185 lb.     B/T:  R/R     DOB:  1/14/87 The Padres drafted the former Arkansas Razorback as the third of seven consecutive offensive player selected in the '08 draft.  Forsythe was limited to just 12 games late last summer with the Padres' short season affiliates, but the club felt confident that his polish shown in college [...]

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Kyle Drabek – Philadelphia Phillies RHP

26 April 2009

H/W:  6-0  185 lb.     B/T:  R/R     DOB:  12/8/87 The much maligned son of former N.L. Cy Young Award winner Doug Drabek had a nice bounceback this spring after a 2008 season that was spent, in most part, rehabbing from Tommy John surgery.  Drabek pitched in the Hawaiian Winter League going 1-1 with a 2.57 ERA [...]

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Matthew Sweeney – L.A. Angels 3B

26 April 2009

H/W:  6-3  215 lb.     B/T:  L/R     DOB:  4/4/88 The Angels' former 8th round selection missed all of the 2008 season with an ankle injury after a largely successful 2007 at Low-A Cedar Rapids where he hit .260 with 18 HR 72 RBI and 29 doubles.  Matthew Sweeney has as much power potential as anyone in [...]

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Jamie Hoffmann – L.A. Dodgers OF

26 April 2009

H/W:  6-3  220 lb.     B/T:  R/R     DOB:  8/20/84 Hoffmann signed with the Dodgers in 2003 as and undrafted free agent after being drafted by the Carolina Hurricanes of the NHL.  Last season, Hoffmann flashed an array of tools at AA Jacksonville, hitting .278 with 10 HR 71 RBI 28 SB and 64 runs scored.  He [...]

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Brandon Crawford – San Francisco Giants SS

26 April 2009

H/W:  6-2  200 lb.     B/T:  L/R     DOB:  1/21/87 The Giants selected the former UCLA Bruin in the 4th round of the 2008 draft.  After a junior season that saw him hit .302 with 7 HR 51 RBI and 11 SB, he has turned up his production a notch as a member of the San Jose [...]

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Xavier Paul – L.A. Dodgers OF

26 April 2009

H/W:  6-0  195 lb.     B/T:  L/R     DOB:  2/25/85 Like stew in a crock pot, the former 2003 draft pick has taken a long time to develop.  Last season, Paul played at AAA Las Vegas posting some of the best numbers of his career, hitting .316 with 9 HR 68 RBI 17 SB 28 doubles and [...]

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