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Royals Positional Depth Charts – Right Handed Relievers

@ClintScoles Heading into last season it would have been a pretty simple proposition to line up an organizational depth chart at each position considering the Royals had the #1 farm system based primarily on the strength at the top. A year later with the graduation of 9 different prospects the organization looks much different but despite that large number of graduations the farm system was still rated the ...

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Royals Positional Depth Charts – Right-Handed Starters (Video)

@ClintScoles Heading into last season it would have been a pretty simple proposition to line up an organizational depth chart at each position considering the Royals had the #1 farm system based primarily on the strength at the top. A year later with the graduation of 9 different prospects the organization looks much different but despite that large number of graduations the farm system was still rated the ...

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Royals Positional Depth Charts – Corner Infield (VIDEO)

@ClintScoles Heading into last season it would have been a pretty simple proposition to line up an organizational depth chart at each position considering the Royals had the #1 farm system based primarily on the strength at the top. A year later with the graduation of 9 different prospects the organization looks much different but despite that large number of graduations the farm system was still rated the ...

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Royals Positional Depth Charts – Catcher

  @ClintScoles Heading into last season it would have been a pretty simple proposition to line up an organizational depth chart at each position considering the Royals had the #1 farm system based primarily on the strength at the top. A year later with the graduation of 9 different prospects the organization looks much different but despite that large number of graduations the farm system was still rat ...

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From Handbook Dusk til Amateur Dawn

@ClintScoles One of my favorite holidays arrived the other day when I received my 2012 Baseball America Handbook at my doorstep.  Every year I rip open the packaging and read as many reports as my eyes can take or until the sun rises whichever happens first while analyzing their reviews against my own personal thoughts.  Yes I know I'm just an amateur in the scouting game but I tend to believe I have a pret ...

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Minor League Profile Eric Basurto

Eric Basurto was the player the Royals received in the trade for Ross Gload. The soon to be 24 year old would have seemed to been a throw in so the Royals could remove Gload from the 40 man roster. However, this could end up being a fine PTBNL as he posseses a "live" fastball and looks like he could be a very good middle reliever. He now has a 2.01 career E.R.A as a pro with 92 K's in 87 Ip. An A.L scout do ...

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minor league profile Aaron Hartsock

Aaron Hartsock (photo from Burlington Bees) It would be easy to think that the only reason Hartsock is on this list is because he played at California Baptist University in Riverside, California. The same school that was nice enough to give me a baseball scholarship ( a partial one) in 1990. But, in reality Aaron is a very good relief prospect that has a very good chance at pitching in the big leagues. The ...

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#29 Clint Robinson

Clint is a power hitting first baseman from Troy University. This is a guy that improved in many facets of his game in 2009. He has been older than the kids he has been playing with but I know the organization likes this bat and feels that he has a shot at playing in the major leagues. This is a far cry from ST last season when I met with Clint and there was a concern on even making a club. Robinson will pl ...

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