Triple-A International League Prospects To Watch

As September call-ups approach, here is a list of players in the Triple-A International League who have yet to make their Major League Debut and are worth keeping an eye on. These players may make an impact in the majors before the season is over or could be in the conversation come 2012 spring training. Stats represent the cumulative totals across all levels for the 2011 season.

International League Hitters To Watch

Jordany Valdespin New York Mets – .299, 25(2B), 15HR, 52RBI

Zach Lutz New York Mets – .292, 10(2B), 6HR, 18RBI

Eduardo Escobar Chicago White Sox – .254, 22(2B), 4(3B), 4HR, 41RBI

Tyler Kuhn Chicago White Sox – .351, 30(2B), 7(3B), 1HR, 53RBI

Jordan Danks Chicago White Sox – .257, 19(2B), 6(3B), 13HR, 53RBI

Beau Mills Cleveland Indians – .294, 18(2B), 14HR, 56RBI

Tim Fedroff Cleveland Indians – .305, 20(2B), 6(3B), 3HR, 54RBI

Jerad Head Cleveland Indians – .283, 24(2B), 21HR, 63RBI

Thomas Neal Cleveland Indians – .291, 14(2B), 3(3B), 2HR, 26RBI

Tim Beckham Tampa Bay Rays – .275, 25(2B), 2(3B), 7HR, 57RBI

Russ Canzler Tampa Bay Rays – .321, 35(2B), 3(3B), 16HR, 72RBI

Stephen Vogt Tampa Bay Rays – .305, 34(2B), 7(3B), 16HR, 104RBI

Tyler Pastornicky Atlanta Braves – .319, 15(2B), 5(3B), 7HR, 45RBI, 27SB

Jordy Mercer Pittsburgh Pirates – .256, 28(2B), 16HR, 63RBI

Gorkys Hernandez Pittsburgh Pirates – .284, 23(2B), 7(3B), 1HR, 32RBI, 18SB

Freddy Galvis Philadelphia Phillies – .272, 23(2B), 5(3B), 8HR, 39RBI, 20SB

Cody Overbeck Philadelphia Phillies – .257, 16(2B), 21HR, 63RBI

Devin Mesoraco Cincinnati Reds – .291, 33(2B), 2(3B), 13HR, 62RBI

Denis Phipps Cincinnati Reds – .334, 28(2B), 5(3B), 11HR, 52RBI, 10SB

Tyler Henson Baltimore Orioles – .275, 16(2B), 3(3B), 3HR, 32RBI

Kyle Hudson Baltimore Orioles – .304, 11(2B), 2(3B), 21RBI, 34SB

Ryan Lavarnway Boston Red Sox – .301, 21(2B), 29HR, 84RBI

Jesus Montero New York Yankees – .283, 17(2B), 13HR, 55RBI

Steve Lombardozzi Washington Nationals – .317, 22(2B), 9(3B), 8HR, 48RBI, 24SB

Chris Marrero Washington Nationals – .307, 28(2B), 14HR, 67RBI

Ryan Strieby Detroit Tigers – .273, 28(2B), 18HR, 69RBI

Ben Guez Detroit Tigers – .293, 23(2B), 7(3B), 7HR, 49RBI

International League Pitchers To Watch
Dylan Axelrod Chicago White Sox – 6-3, 3.05ERA, 124IP, 30BB, 109K

Addison Reed Chicago White Sox – 2-1, 1.49ERA, 66.1IP, 13BB, 99K

Brett Brach Cleveland Indians – 7-9, 3.42ERA, 121IP, 38BB, 76K

Zach Putnam Cleveland Indians – 5-3, 7SV, 3.57ERA, 58IP, 18BB, 58K

Matt Moore Tampa Bay Rays – 11-3, 1.98ERA, 127IP, 33BB, 170K

Jaye Chapman Atlanta Braves – 2-2, 3SV, 1.88ERA, 57.1IP, 21BB, 66K

Phillippe Aumont Philadelphia Phillies – 1-5, 7SV, 2.58ERA, 41.1IP, 20BB, 65K

Justin De Fratus Philadelphia Phillies – 6-2, 10SV, 3.13ERA, 63.1IP, 25BB, 80K

Michael Schwimer Philadelphia Phillies – 8-1, 10SV, 1.80ERA, 65IP, 20BB, 83K

Brad Boxberger Cincinnati Reds – 2-4, 5SV, 2.38ERA, 53IP, 20BB, 80K

Nick Christiani Cincinnati Reds – 3-0, 10SV, 3.40ERA, 50.1IP, 16BB, 35K

Jason Rice Boston Red Sox – 4-4, 4SV, 3.59ERA, 72.2IP, 35BB, 75K

Liam Hendriks Minnesota Twins – 10-4, 3.70ERA, 116.2IP, 21BB, 94K

Manny Banuelos New York Yankees – 4-6, 3.54ERA, 112IP, 59BB, 110K

D J Mitchell New York Yankees – 9-9, 3.54ERA, 134.2IP, 56BB, 91K

Adam Warren New York Yankees – 6-5, 3.39ERA, 132.2IP, 46BB, 85K

Tom Milone Washington Nationals – 9-6, 3.52ERA, 122.2IP, 13BB, 125K

Brad Peacock Washington Nationals – 13-3, 2.57ERA, 129.2IP, 39BB, 161K

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