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Daily Prospect Notes: June 9 & 10 by Eric Longenhagen June 10, 2021 These are notes on prospects from lead prospect analyst Eric Longenhagen. Read previous installments here. From games on June 8 Luis Campusano, C, San Diego Padres Level & Affiliate: Triple-A El Paso  Age: 22   Org Rank: 3   FV: 55 Line:
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What’s Eating Francisco Lindor? by Ben Clemens June 1, 2021 Normally, I’d write some cutesy introduction to this article, maybe regale you with a fun anecdote from my life or make a bad joke to keep the mood light. Today, there’s no time. Francisco Lindor is hitting poorly this year, and we need to get
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Whose High Home Run Was the Most Impressive? by Justin Choi May 28, 2021 It’s true – compared to previous seasons, hitters are struggling against pitchers. The league batting average is the lowest it’s been in decades even if you exclude pitchers, the strikeout rate the highest. It’s easy to point fingers at the people
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New York Can’t Catch a Break by Ben Clemens May 28, 2021 You won’t find many joint Yankees/Mets fans, but if such a bizarre chimera exists, it’s been a rough few days for pitching health. On Tuesday, Noah Syndergaard made a scheduled rehab start for the St. Lucie Mets. He departed after only an inning,
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Mets Add Maybin for Outfield Depth by Ben Clemens May 19, 2021 The Mets have been no strangers to injury this year. As Jay Jaffe detailed yesterday, Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil aggravated injuries on the same play Sunday afternoon. When Kevin Pillar was hit in the face by a pitch on Monday night, the
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Daily Prospect Notes: 5/17/21 by Eric Longenhagen May 17, 2021 These are notes on prospects from lead prospect analyst Eric Longenhagen. Read previous installments here. Wander Franco, SS, Tampa Bay Rays Level & Affiliate: Triple-A Durham   Age: 20   Org Rank: 1 (1st overall)   FV: 80 Line: 4-for-5, 2B Notes Franco is now
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Front Office Conference Call Agendas: National League by Kevin Goldstein May 5, 2021 Building off of yesterday’s American League conference call agendas, let’s move on to the National League and see what’s on the docket for the teams of the senior circuit. Arizona Diamondbacks We’re over .500 and we’re banged up. This team is better
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