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Prospect Instinct 2012 | Chris Carter, 1B Oakland Athletics

Chris Carter, 1B Oakland Athletics 12/18/1986 Height: 6’4” Weight: 245 As a fan of the Seattle Mariners there is a particular home run call that I enjoy hearing upon the rare occasion that a Mariner hit leaves the yard. It goes like this “going….going….GONE! Goodbye Baseball!”. I think ... Continue Reading →

Prospect Instinct 2012 | Taylor Jungmann, RHP Milwaukee Brewers

Taylor Jungmann, RHP Milwaukee Brewers 12/18/1989 Height: 6′ 6″ Weight: 210 The Milwaukee Brewers selected right-handed starting pitcher Taylor Jungmann in the 2011 MLB  Draft  with the 12th pick overall.   The 21-year-old started three seasons for the University of Texas Longhorns. ... Continue Reading →

Prospect Instinct 2012 | Starling Marte, OF Pittsburgh Pirates

Starling Marte, OF Pittsburgh Pirates 10/9/1988 Height: 6’2″ Weight 185 Starling Marte was signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates on January 4, 2007 out of the Dominican Republic where he grew up in Santo Domingo. It wasn’t a high profile sign and took just $85,000 to get him inked at the ... Continue Reading →

Prospect Instinct 2012 | Matt Adams, 1B St. Louis Cardinals

Matt Adams, 1B St. Louis Cardinals 8/31/1988 Height: 6’3″ Weight: 230 Matt Adams signed with the Cardinals after being drafted in the 23rd round of the 2009 draft out of Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. Adams signed as a catcher for $25,000 after leading NAIA with a .495 AVG in ... Continue Reading →

Prospect Instinct 2012 | Tim Beckham, SS Tampa Bay Rays

Tim Beckham, SS Tampa Bay Rays 01/27/1990 Height: 6′ 0″ Weight: 190 Selected by the Tampa Bay Rays in the first round with the number 1 overall pick in 2008 First-Year Player Draft out of Griffin High School in Georgia, Tim Beckham signed for $6.15 million, the largest bonus ever awarded ... Continue Reading →

Prospect Instinct 2012 | Sean Gilmartin, LHP Atlanta Braves

Sean Gilmartin, LHP Atlanta Braves 5/8/1990 Height: 6’2” Weight: 195 Two years ago, the Atlanta Braves shocked the world by taking a collegiate-level player, Mike Minor, in the first round.  A year later, he made his MLB debut.  The Braves’ draft philosophy for years focused on prep players ... Continue Reading →
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