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Tag Archives: Drew Bridges
As a preview to my top 50 list here are some of the guys who are on the outside looking in. Each failed to make the list for a different reason. Many of these guys have yet to play in the United States and thus are not eligible for my list yet. They are players ...
Third base has been a weak spot for the past few years for the Yankees. They haven't had much in the way of prospects and there isn't much help on the way at the higher levels. Through the draft and international signings, however, the Yankees have started to develop some depth at the lower levels. ...
We've heard this one before, but MLB is wrapping up its interviews with players involved in the Biogenesis scandal and is expected to suspend as many as 20 players, including Alex Rodriguez, shortly after the All-Star break, according to a report by T.J. Quinn and Mike Fish of ESPN. The report states that at least 10 ...
20th Round, 614th Overall: Drew Bridges, 3B, Carthage HS, Bats: Left, Throws: Right, 6-foot-4, 230-pounds Baseball America's report: Bridges earns Brett Wallace comparisons because he's a big-bodied left handed hitter who can produce for average and might have interesting power if he adds loft to his swing. That parallel comes with good and bad, because Wallace went ...