Posted on February 17, 2013 by Daniel Marino
Dan Marino is trekking through each division in the major leagues and giving you one player he thinks is the: Rookie to Watch, Breakthrough Player, The Party’s Over, Non-Roster Invitee Most Likely to Stick, and Just Not Seeing it.
He has already given us his AL East Players to Watch. Now, in part two of six, he brings you the National League East: (more…)
Filed under: Digging Deep - Analysis | Tagged: Atlanta Braves, Bill Bray, Blake DeWitt, Bobby Parnell, Brandon Lyon, Christian Bethancourt, Daniel Murphy, Domonic Brown, Drew Storen, Eric O'Flaherty, Eury Perez, Frank Francisco, Gerald Laird, Jacob Turner, Jhonatan Solano, John Mayberry, Jonathan Pettibone, Jordan Schafer, Jordany Valdespin, Kyle Kendrick, Marlon Byrd, Matt Downs, Miami Marlins, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Rafael Soriano, Reese Havens, Ricky Nolasco, Sean Gilmartin, Travis d'Arnaud, Tyler Clippard, Washington Nationals, Wilmer Flores, Yuniesky Betancourt, Zach Duke, Zack Cox | 4 Comments »
Posted on November 29, 2011 by Jonathan C. Mitchell
The Atlanta Braves have a very good system that has a heavy mix of near MLB ready arms, solid picks from last year’s draft, and guys with tools that have yet to perform at the level expected of them but are young enough to believe in their upside. Their system is much deeper than I initially thought thanks to all of these components.
Below are my top 16 prospects with 2012 opening day age, position, and comments on each player. Below the top 16 is a small list of additional notable names. Enjoy.
Filed under: On the Farm - Prospects | Tagged: 2012 Top Prospects, Adam Milligan, Andrelton Simmons, Arodys Vizcaino, Atlanta Braves, Brandon Drury, Carlos Perez, Christian Bethancourt, Edward Salcedo, J.J. Hoover, J.R. Graham, Joe Terdoslavich, Julio Teheran, Kyle Kubitza, Matt Lipka, Mycal Jones, Nick Ahmed, Prospects, Randall Delgado, Sean Gilmartin, Tommy La Stella, Tyler Pastornicky, Zeke Spruill | 4 Comments »