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Baseball Prospect Report: Double-A Texas League Hitters & Pitchers To Watch

Here is a list of players in the Double-A Texas League who are worth keeping an eye on. All players will be 24 or younger on 2012 opening day. These players have made strides during the 2011 season and may be in the mix for their respective big league clubs at some point during the 2012 season. Stats represent the cumulative totals across all levels for the 2011 season. Also view our:

Double-A Eastern League Prospects To Watch

Double-A Southern League Prospects To Watch

Triple-A International League Prospects To Watch

Triple-A Pacific Coast League Prospects To Watch

Texas League Hitters To Watch
Luis Jimenez Los Angeles Angels – .297, 37(2B), 1(3B), 16HR, 86RBI, 12SB

Darwin Perez Los Angeles Angels – .265, 15(2B), 6(3B), 2HR, 48RBI, 22SB

Matt Long Los Angeles Angels – .299, 29(2B), 11(3B), 16HR, 73RBI, 28SB

Chris Wallace Houston Astros – .277, 20(2B), 3(3B), 20HR, 78RBI

Kody Hinze Houston Astros – .314, 26(2B), 28HR, 92RBI

Jonathan Villar Houston Astros – .233, 21(2B), 6(3B), 13HR, 49RBI, 31SB

Brandon Wikoff Houston Astros – .310, 5(2B), 3HR, 24RBI

Adam Bailey Houston Astros – .288, 22(2B), 2(3B), 22HR, 87RBI

Matt Leeds Texas Rangers – .268, 10(2B), 4(3B), 3HR, 25RBI

Tommy Mendonca Texas Rangers – .283, 25(2B), 3(3B), 25HR, 87RBI

Engel Beltre Texas Rangers – .233, 14(2B), 5(3B), 1HR, 27RBI, 13SB

Ryan Ortiz Oakland Athletics – .298, 9(2B), 6HR, 35RBI

Grant Green Oakland Athletics – .295, 32(2B), 1(3B), 8HR, 59RBI

Stephen Parker Oakland Athletics – .282, 27(2B), 2(3B), 10HR, 73RBI

Jeremy Barfield Oakland Athletics – .257, 21(2B), 3(3B), 10HR, 65RBI

Shane Peterson Oakland Athletics – .274, 23(2B), 4(3B), 9HR, 59RBI, 13SB

Matt Sulentic Oakland Athletics – .280, 22(2B), 1(3B), 6HR, 44RBI, 21SB

Ben Theriot Kansas City Royals – .274, 6(2B), 1(3B), 4HR, 18RBI

Christian Colon Kansas City Royals – .256, 13(2B), 1(3B), 8HR, 57RBI, 16SB

Rey Navarro Kansas City Royals – .282, 24(2B), 7(3B), 9HR, 57RBI, 10SB

Wil Myers Kansas City Royals – .259, 21(2B), 1(3B), 6HR, 42RBI

Derrick Robinson Kansas City Royals – .252, 6(2B), 2(3B), 1HR, 20RBI, 48SB

Jason Hagerty San Diego Padres – .283, 30(2B), 3(3B), 8HR, 62RBI

Vincent Belnome San Diego Padres – .321, 18(2B), 1(3B), 14HR, 53RBI

Jedd Gyorko San Diego Padres – .331, 43(2B), 2(3B), 23HR, 103RBI, 12SB

Jaff Decker San Diego Padres – .231, 26(2B), 2(3B), 16HR, 81RBI, 15SB

Blake Tekotte San Diego Padres – .287, 25(2B), 2(3B), 18HR, 60RBI, 34SB

Audry Perez St Louis Cardinals – .269, 19(2B), 11HR, 47RBI

Matt Adams St Louis Cardinals – .313, 22(2B), 2(3B), 30HR, 94RBI

Zack Cox St Louis Cardinals – .321, 26(2B), 12HR, 64RBI

Jose Garcia St Louis Cardinals – .315, 17(2B), 4HR, 41RBI, 19SB

Ryan Jackson St Louis Cardinals – .279, 31(2B), 3(3B), 10HR, 69RBI

Wilin Rosario Colorado Rockies – .250, 13(2B), 3(3B), 19HR, 43RBI

Ben Paulsen Colorado Rockies – .248, 29(2B), 3(3B), 17HR, 70RBI

Tim Wheeler Colorado Rockies – .288, 27(2B), 6(3B), 30HR, 80RBI, 19SB

Texas League Pitchers To Watch
David Carpenter Los Angeles Angels – 1-1, 15SV, 0.60ERA, 44.2IP, 14BB, 49K, .211

Robert Fish Los Angeles Angels – 1-0, 2.28ERA, 27.2IP, 9BB, 40K, .189BAA

Steven Geltz Los Angeles Angels – 3-3, 3.80ERA, 42.2IP, 15BB, 61K, .208BAA

Chris Scholl Los Angeles Angels – 2-3, 2.24ERA, 72.1IP, 21BB, 62K, .187BAA

Paul Clemens Houston Astros – 8-5, 3.22ERA, 134.1IP, 55BB, 115K, .240BAA

Jarred Cosart Houston Astros – 9-9, 3.72ERA, 135.1IP, 51BB, 92K, .236ERA

Brett Oberholtzer Houston Astros – 10-11, 3.76ERA, 148.1IP, 49BB, 113K, .250BAA

Jacob Brigham Texas Rangers – 5-6, 4.76ERA, 104IP, 49BB, 102K, .247BAA

Justin Miller Texas Rangers – 9-1, 10SV, 1.93ERA, 22BB, 68K, .189BAA

Carlos Pimentel Texas Rangers – 6-9, 5.21ERA, 129.2IP, 77BB, 103K, .256BAA

Neil Ramirez Texas Rangers – 4-3, 3.30ERA, 87.1IP, 41BB, 109K, .224BAA

Robbie Ross Texas Rangers – 10-5, 2.36ERA, 148.2IP, 30BB, 121K, .226BAA

Johan Yan Texas Rangers – 5-3, 10SV, 1.17ERA, 21BB, 61K, .204BAA

Sonny Gray Oakland Athletics – 0-1, 1.08ERA, 8.1IP, 2BB, 8K, .242BAA

Brett Hunter Oakland Athletics – 4-2, 3.40ERA, 45IP, 21BB, 40K, .229BAA

Buddy Baumann Kansas City Royals – 4-3, 3.99ERA, 70IP, 28BB, 73K, .248BAA

Chris Dwyer Kansas City Royals – 7-10, 5.84ERA, 128IP, 74BB, 115K, .245BAA

Edgar Garcia Kansas City Royals – 1-2, 6SV, 2.52ERA, 39.1IP, 11BB, 38K, .207BAA

Jake Odorizzi Kansas City Royals – 9-6, 3.68ERA, 134.2IP, 40BB, 147K, .249BAA

Will Smith Kansas City Royals – 12-8, 4.18ERA, 146.1IP, 40BB, 93K, .288BAA

Simon Castro San Diego Padres – 7-8, 6.12ERA, 103IP, 32BB, 88K, .301BAA

Robbie Erlin San Diego Padres – 8-4, 3.19ERA, 138.1IP, 15BB, 141K, .220BAA

Pedro Hernandez San Diego Padres – 10-2, 3.37ERA, 106.2IP, 20BB, 84K, .265BAA

Casey Kelly San Diego Padres – 11-6, 4.22ERA, 134.1IP, 43BB, 99K, .288BAA

Miles Mikolas San Diego Padres – 4-0, 25SV, 1.25ERA, 64.2IP, 14BB, 64K, .209BAA

Juan Oramas San Diego Padres – 8-6, 3.68, 95.1IP, 28BB, 94K, .258BAA

Joe Wieland San Diego Padres – 12-3, 1.85ERA, 145.2IP, 16BB, 141K

Michael Blazek St Louis Cardinals – 11-6, 5.56ERA, 132.2IP, 67BB, 123K, .279BAA

Samuel Freeman St Louis Cardinals – 2-2, 3.43ERA, 60.1IP. 26BB, 52K, .241BAA

John Gast St Louis Cardinals – 9-6, 3.89ERA, 150.1IP, 56BB, 108K, .260BAA

Joe Kelly St Louis Cardinals – 9-6, 3.64ERA, 121IP, 56BB, 108K, .254BAA

Shelby Miller St Louis Cardinals – 9-6, 2.98ERA, 126.2IP, 50BB, 155K, .226BAA

Jordan Swagerty St Louis Cardinals – 5-3, 6SV, 1.70ERA, 90IP, 21BB, 86K. .206BAA

Christian Friedrich Colorado Rockies – 6-9, 4.68ERA, 125IP, 40BB, 98K, .281BAA

Joseph Gardner Colorado Rockies – 8-10, 4.82ERA, 115.2IP, 49BB, 76K, .289BAA

Drew Pomeranz Colorado Rockies – 4-3, 1.84ERA, 98IP, 38BB, 116K, .194BAA

Baseball Prospect Report: Double-A Southern League Hitters & Pitchers To Watch

Here is a list of players in the Double-A Southern League who are worth keeping an eye on. All players will be 24 or younger on 2012 opening day. These players have made strides during the 2011 season and may be in the mix for their respective big league clubs at some point during the 2012 season. Stats represent the cumulative totals across all levels for the 2011 season.

Southern League Hitters To Watch
Josh Phegley Chicago White Sox – .244, 23(2B), 2(3B), 9HR, 50RBI

Jon Gilmore Chicago White Sox – .302, 10(2B), 1(3B), 3HR, 23RBI

Jose Martinez Chicago White Sox – .303, 22(2B), 4(3B), 5HR, 43RBI

Brandon Short Chicago White Sox – .274, 27(2B), 3(3B), 13HR, 56RBI

Yasmani Grandal Cincinnati Reds – .296, 26(2B), 14HR, 63RBI

Didi Gregorius Cincinnati Reds – .295, 15(2B), 3(3B), 6HR, 39RBI, 10SB

Henry Rodriguez Cincinnati Reds – .319, 32(2B), 1(3B), 11HR, 75RBI, 29SB

Miguel Rojas Cincinnati Reds – .282, 9(2B), 26RBI, 13SB

Neftali Soto Cincinnati Reds – .259, 19(2B), 3(3B), 26HR, 68RBI

Josh Fellhauer Cincinnati Reds – .283, 25(2B), 1(3B), 5HR, 50RBI

Gorman Erickson Los Angeles Dodgers – .287, 22(2B), 4(3B), 13HR, 60RBI

Jake Lemmerman Los Angeles Dodgers – .290, 27(2B), 2(3B), 10HR, 60RBI, 10SB

Scott Van Slyke Los Angeles Dodgers – .343, 42(2B), 4(3B), 16HR, 82RBI (25 years old)

Brian Cavazos Galvez Los Angeles Dodgers – .269, 26(2B), 4(3B), 10HR, 47RBI, 13SB

Alfredo Silverio Los Angeles Dodgers – .306, 37(2B), 16(3B), 15HR, 78RBI, 10SB

Sean Halton Milwaukee Brewers – .295, 34(2B), 1(3B), 7HR, 58RBI

Khris Davis Milwaukee Brewers – .287, 26(2B), 2(3B), 16HR, 77RBI, 10SB

Vincent Catricala Seattle Mariners – .353, 43(2B), 4(3B), 19HR, 94RBI, 15SB

Nick Franklin Seattle Mariners – .290, 12(2B), 6(3B), 6HR, 23RBI, 15SB

Francisco Martinez Seattle Mariners – .280, 17(2B), 5(3B), 8HR, 59RBI

Gabriel Noriega Seattle Mariners – .266, 19(2B), 6(3B), 3HR, 55RBI

Rich Poythress Seattle Mariners – .263, 25(2B), 3(3B), 10HR, 56RBI

Johermyn Chavez Seattle Mariners – .218, 13(2B), 3(3B), 13HR, 45RBI

Chih Hsien Chiang Seattle Mariners – .313, 41(2B), 4(3B), 18HR, 83RBI

Jake Shaffer Seattle Mariners – .282, 20(2B), 6(3B), 11HR, 45RBI

Kyle Jensen Florida Marlins – .308, 20(2B), 1(3B), 26HR, 71RBI

Jake Smolinski Florida Marlins – .262, 24(2B), 7HR, 31RBI

Matthew Kennelly Atlanta Braves – .252, 10(2B), 2HR, 25RBI

Braeden Schlehuber Atlanta Braves – .244, 14(2B), 4HR, 22RBI

Cory Harrilchak Atlanta Braves – .254, 22(2B), 4(3B), 6HR, 50RBI

Mycal Jones Atlanta Braves – .256, 20(2B), 1(3B), 7HR, 33RBI, 11SB

Jacob Elmore Arizona Diamondbacks – .267, 17(2B), 1(3B), 2HR, 35RBI, 15SB

Ryan Wheeler Arizona Diamondbacks – .299, 29(2B), 2(3B), 15HR, 79RBI

Adam Eaton Arizona Diamondbacks – .313, 22(2B), 6(3B), 9HR, 62RBI, 31SB

Marc Krauss Arizona Diamondbacks – .242, 23(2B), 6(3B), 16HR, 63RBI

A J Pollock Arizona Diamondbacks – .306, 36(2B), 5(3B), 7HR, 67RBI, 31SB

Cole Figueroa Tampa Bay Rays – .283, 18(2B), 5(3B), 5HR, 48RBI

Hak Ju Lee Tampa Bay Rays – .303, 16(2B), 13(3B), 5HR, 27RBI, 31SB

Kyeong Kang Tampa Bay Rays – .276, 13(2B), 3(3B), 11HR, 35RBI

Junior Lake Chicago Cubs – .282, 19(2B), 5(3B), 12HR, 51RBI, 35SB

Josh Vitters Chicago Cubs – .281, 24(2B), 2BB, 12HR, 67RBI

Jae Hoon Ha Chicago Cubs – .271, 30(2B), 3(3B), 10HR, 67RBI

Nelson Perez Chicago Cubs – .274, 18(2B), 2(3B), 12HR, 48RBI

Southern League Pitchers To Watch
Hector Santiago Chicago White Sox – 7-8, 4.07ERA, 108.1IP, 44BB, 99K, .247BAA

Steven Ames Los Angeles Dodgers – 1-2, 14SV, 2.06ERA, 43.2IP, 12BB, 60K, .236BAA

Ethan Martin Los Angeles Dodgers – 8-6, 5.93ERA, 85IP, 54BB, 94K, .265BAA

Javier Solano Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-3, 4SV, 3.71ERA, 68IP, 20BB, 65K, .291BAA

Shawn Tolleson Los Angeles Dodgers – 7-2, 23SV, 1.26ERA, 64.1IP, 17BB, 102K, .209BAA

Allen Webster Los Angeles Dodgers – 9-5, 4.10ERA, 134IP, 51BB, 127K, .268BAA

Chris Withrow Los Angeles Dodgers – 4-6, 4.55ERA, 112.2IP, 66BB, 113K, .249BAA

Kyle Heckathorn Milwaukee Brewers – 5-10, 4.97ERA, 116IP, 38BB, 89K, .277BAA

Santo Manzanillo Milwaukee Brewers – 1-1, 14SV, 1.87ERA, 22BB, 57K, .200BAA

Cody Scarpetta Milwaukee Brewers – 8-5, 3.91ERA, 112.2IP, 59BB, 96K, .237BAA

James Gillheeney Seattle Mariners – 6-8, 5.64ERA, 129.1IP, 35BB, 121K, .283BAA

Brian Moran Seattle Mariners – 4-3, 4.83ERA, 54IP, 19BB, 55K, .255BAA

Stephen Pryor Seattle Mariners – 3-1, 7SV, 5.20ERA, 45IP, 33BB, 57K, .213BAA

Jose Alvarez Florida Marlins – 8-9, 3.90ERA, 129.1IP, 38BB, 102K, .278BAA

Ramon Benjamin Florida Marlins – 7-2, 3.88ERA, 58IP, 28BB, 52K, .278ERA

Kyle Kaminska Florida Marlins – 3-2, 2.64ERA, 85.1IP, 18BB, 77K, .236BAA

Jhan Martinez Florida Marlins – 3-8, 3.81ERA, 52IP, 38BB, 63K, .226BAA

Omar Poveda Florida Marlins – 7-6, 4.32ERA, 145.2IP, 51BB, 107K, .255BAA

Luis Avilan Atlanta Braves – 3-8, 4.84ERA, 89.1IP, 32BB, 63K, .280BAA

Billy Bullock Atlanta Braves – 2-1, 10SV, 4.93ERA, 31BB, 63K, .202BAA

Benino Pruneda Atlanta Braves – 2-7, 10SV, 3.57ERA, 36BB, 64K, .248BAA

Zeke Spruill Atlanta Braves – 9-10, 3.48ERA, 152.2IP, 35BB, 103K, .243BAA

Andrew Wilson Atlanta Braves – 2-3, 6SV, 2.72ERA, 14BB, 55K, .239BAA

Trevor Bauer Arizona Diamondbacks – 1-1, 2.84ERA, 19IP, 8BB, 33K, .203BAA

Charles Brewer Arizona Diamondbacks – 4-1, 2.82ERA, 44.2IP, 12BB, 41K, .264BAA

Patrick Corbin Arizona Diamondbacks – 9-7, 4.01ERA, 150.1IP, 35BB, 134K, .271BAA

Jarrod Parker Arizona Diamondbacks – 11-7, 3.89ERA, 115.2IP, 54BB, 103K, .237BAA

Tyler Skaggs Arizona Diamondbacks – 8-6, 3.12ERA, 138.1IP, 44BB, 172K, .224BAA

Chris Archer Tampa Bay Rays – 8-6, 4.21ERA, 130IP, 75BB, 115K, .263BAA

Nick Barnese Tampa Bay Rays – 6-7, 3.51ERA, 115.1IP, 54BB, 88K, .241BAA

Alex Colome Tampa Bay Rays – 12-7, 3.48ERA, 142.1IP, 63BB, 113K, .209BAA

Rafael Dolis Chicago Cubs – 8-5, 14SV, 3.19ERA, 67.2IP, 31BB, 46K, .223BAA

Marcus Hatley Chicago Cubs – 4-1, 11SV, 2.89ERA, 53IP, 27BB, 56K, .216BAA

Eric Jokisch Chicago Cubs – 9-3, 3.15ERA, 122.2IP, 34BB, 105K, .247BAA

Oswaldo Martinez Chicago Cubs – 5-0, 2.06ERA, 43.2IP, 12BB, 41K, .234BAA

Kevin Rhoderick Chicago Cubs – 8-0, 3.23ERA, 64IP, 38BB, 69K, .189BAA

Ryan Searle Chicago Cubs – 6-4, 2.94ERA, 98IP, 48BB, 85K, .228BAA

Larry Suarez Chicago Cubs – 1-2, 2.41ERA, 41IP, 10BB, 45K, .248BAA

Robert Whitenack Chicago Cubs – 7-0, 1.93ERA, 60.2IP, 14BB, 47K, .202BAA

Baseball Prospect Report: Double-A Eastern League Hitters & Pitchers To Watch

Here is a list of players in the Double-A Eastern League who are worth keeping an eye on. All players will be 24 or younger on 2012 opening day. These players have made strides during the 2011 season and may be in the mix for their respective big league clubs at some point during the 2012 season. Stats represent the cumulative totals across all levels for the 2011 season.

Eastern League Hitters To Watch:
Aaron Baker Baltimore Orioles – .287, 26(2B), 3(3B), 17HR, 84RBI

Greg Miclat Baltimore Orioles – .275, 14(2B), 3(3B), 2HR, 23RBI, 49SB

Xavier Avery Baltimore Orioles – .269, 27(2B), 2(3B), 4HR, 26RBI, 35SB

L J Hoes Baltimore Orioles – .283, 20(2B), 1(3B), 9HR, 63RBI, 19SB

Chun Chen Cleveland Indians – .265, 22(2B), 3(3B), 14HR, 62RBI

Juan Diaz Cleveland Indians – .255, 22(2B), 3(3B), 8HR, 54RBI

Tony Sanchez Pittsburgh Pirates – .237, 12(2B), 1(3B), 4HR, 41RBI

Matt Curry Pittsburgh Pirates – .290, 31(2B), 5(3B), 14HR, 70RBI

Brock Holt Pittsburgh Pirates – .290, 28(2B), 8(3B), 1HR, 36RBI, 18SB

Quincy Latimore Pittsburgh Pirates – .232, 28(2B), 1(3B), 13HR, 51RBI

Starling Marte Pittsburgh Pirates – .328, 33(2B), 7(3B), 11HR, 47RBI, 21SB

Allan Dykstra New York Mets – .258, 19(2B), 17HR, 67RBI

Matt Den Dekker New York Mets – .273, 31(2B), 11(3B), 14HR, 61RBI, 22SB

Juan Lagares New York Mets – .350, 21(2B), 9(3B), 9HR, 65RBI, 10SB

Bryan Holaday Detroit Tigers – .245, 17(2B), 4HR, 35RBI

Gustavo Nunez Detroit Tigers – .276, 13(2B), 7(3B), 5HR, 26RBI, 18SB

Jamie Johnson Detroit Tigers – .280, 28(2B), 5(3B), 4HR, 47RBI, 13SB

Derek Norris Washington Nationals – .207, 14(2B), 1(3B), 18HR, 43RBI, 10SB

Bryce Harper Washington Nationals – .297, 24(2B), 2(3B), 17HR, 58RBI, 26SB

Erik Komatsu Washington Nationals – .283, 22(2B), 1(3B), 7HR, 45RBI, 20SB

Tyler Moore Washington Nationals – .263, 29(2B), 4(3B), 27HR, 79RBI (Will be 25 on opening day)

Brian Dozier Minnesota Twins – .321, 28(2B), 11(3B), 7HR, 47RBI, 24SB

Chris Parmelee Minnesota Twins – .293, 27(2B), 5(3B), 13HR, 72RBI

Joe Benson Minnesota Twins – .283, 27(2B), 3(3B), 13HR, 55RBI, 14SB

Yangervis Solarte Minnesota Twins – .320, 30(2B), 3(3B), 4HR, 39RBI

Travis d’Arnaud Toronto Blue Jays – .321, 31(2B), 1(3B), 18HR, 65RBI

Mike McDade Toronto Blue Jays – .286, 37(2B), 15HR, 71RBI

Anthony Gose Toronto Blue Jays – .251, 17(2B), 6(3B), 13HR, 50RBI, 57SB

Moises Sierra Toronto Blue Jays – .273, 17(2B), 2(3B), 17HR, 58RBI, 13SB

Oscar Tejada Boston Red Sox – .251, 22(2B), 1(3B), 4HR, 39RBI, 13SB

Alex Hassan Boston Red Sox – .302, 32(2B), 1(3B), 11HR, 59RBI

Jeremy Hazelbaker Boston Red Sox – .260, 24(2B), 2(3B), 12HR, 43RBI

Carlos Rivero Philadelphia Phillies – .282, 35(2B), 1(3B), 15HR, 65RBI

Charlie Culberson San Francisco Giants – .258, 28(2B), 2(3B), 9HR, 47RBI, 13SB

Francisco Peguero San Francisco Giants – .306, 10(2B), 6(3B), 5HR, 38RBI, 11SB

Austin Romine New York Yankees – .285, 13(2B), 5HR, 44RBI

Corban Joseph New York Yankees – .267, 32(2B), 8(3B), 4HR, 48RBI

Robert Lyerly New York Yankees – .285, 28(2B), 6(3B), 8HR, 75RBI

Jose Pirela New York Yankees – .237, 20(2B), 3(3B), 7HR, 41RBI

Zolio Almonte New York Yankees – .282, 21(2B), 3(3B), 15HR, 75RBI, 17SB

Eastern League Pitchers To Watch:
Bobby Bundy Baltimore Orioles – 12-7, 3.30ERA, 131IP, 37BB, 108K, .244BAA

Brett Brach Cleveland Indians – 8-9, 3.58ERA, 130.2IP, 42BB, 79K, .232BAA

Rob Bryson Cleveland Indians – 0-1, 1.55ERA, 29IP, 11BB, 38K, .184BAA

Cory Burns Cleveland Indians – 2-4, 31SV, 2.34ERA, 50IP, 11BB, 57K, .217BAA

Kelvin De La Cruz Cleveland Indians 5-6, 4.56ERA, 79IP, 53BB, 84K, .236BAA

T.J. McFarland Cleveland Indians – 9-8, 3.72ERA, 130.2IP, 43BB, 102K, .256BAA

Kyle McPherson Pittsburgh Pirates – 11-5, 3.02ERA, 146IP, 24BB, 131K, .229BAA

Jeurys Familia New York Mets – 5-4, 2.81ERA, 109IP, 37BB, 120K, .217BAA

Matt Harvey New York Mets – 11-5, 3.36ERA, 120.2IP, 37BB, 146K, .254BAA

Collin McHugh New York Mets – 7-4, 4.26ERA, 114IP, 43BB, 120K, .263BAA

Casey Crosby Detroit Tigers – 8-5, 3.57ERA, 118.1IP, 70BB, 104K, .242BAA

Drew Smyly Detroit Tigers – 10-4, 2.29ERA, 102.1IP, 33BB, 103K, .235BAA

Jay Voss Detroit Tigers – 11-6, 3.43ERA, 126IP, 39BB, 107K, .237BAA

Daniel Rosenbaum Washington Nationals – 8-5, 2.44ERA, 151.1IP, 48BB, 121K, .230BAA

Logan Darnell Minnesota Twins – 11-5, 4.13ERA, 133IP, 34BB, 80K, .262BAA

Tyler Robertson Minnesota Twins – 8-3, 14SV, 3.97ERA, 79.1IP, 24BB, 76K, .261BAA

Drew Hutchison Toronto Blue Jays – 11-5, 2.68ERA, 134.1IP, 33BB, 150K, .223BAA

Chad Jenkins Toronto Blue Jays – 9-10, 3.62ERA, 149IP, 40BB, 97K, .260BAA

Deck McGuire Toronto Blue Jays – 9-5, 3.06ERA, 123.1IP, 45BB, 121K, .233BAA

Nestor Molina Toronto Blue Jays – 11-3, 2.41ERA, 119IP, 15BB, 132K, .241BAA

Chris Balcom Miller Boston Red Sox – 6-7, 4.34ERA, 110IP, 42BB, 105K, .284BAA

Cesar Cabral Boston Red Sox – 3-4, 9SV, 3.00ERA, 54IP, 21BB, 69K, .268BAA

Michael Cisco Philadelphia Phillies – 7-0, 3SV, 1.76ERA, 51IP, 21BB, 43K, .197BAA

Tyler Cloyd Philadlephia Phillies – 7-4, 3.02ERA, 125.1IP, 20BB, 116K, .234BAA

J C Ramirez Philadelphia Phillies – 8-13, 4.82ERA, 127IP, 46BB, 76K, .263BAA

Hector Correa San Francisco Giants – 5-2, 3SV, 2.67ERA, 70IP, 22BB, 68K, .180BAA

Heath Hembree San Francisco Giants – 1-1, 35SV, 2.12ERA, 46.2IP, 19BB, 72K, .189BAA

Eric Surkamp San Francisco Giants – 9-4, 2.14ERA, 134.1IP, 41BB, 161K, .220BAA

Graham Stoneburner New York Yankees – 1-3, 3.60ERA, 75IP, 23BB, 50K, .266BAA

Chase Whitley New York Yankees – 3-4, 7SV, 2.13ERA, 84.1IP, 27BB, 71K, .254BAA

Triple-A Pacific Coast League Prospects To Watch

As September call-ups approach, here is a list of players in the Triple-A Pacific Coast 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.

Pacific Coast League Hitters To Watch
Tim Federowicz Los Angeles Dodgers – .278, 22(2B), 11HR, 60RBI

Jordan Pacheco Colorado Rockies – .273, 17(2B), 3(3B), 3HR, 41RBI

Brett Pill San Francisco Giants – .317, 35(2B), 3(3B), 23HR, 98RBI

Ryan Flaherty Chicago Cubs – .284, 29(2B), 2(3B), 16HR, 77RBI

Marwin Gonzalez Chicago Cubs – .296, 26(2B), 2(3B), 4HR, 31RBI

Brett Jackson Chicago Cubs – .274, 17(2B), 4(3B), 18HR, 49RBI, 19SB

Adeiny Hechavarria Toronto Blue Jays – .237, 23(2B), 6(3B), 6HR, 46RBI, 19SB

Adam Loewen Toronto Blue Jays – .315, 42(2B), 3(3B), 16HR, 77RBI (Pitched in MLB With Orioles)

Adron Chambers St Louis Cardinals – .273, 14(2B), 2(3B), 9HR, 38RBI, 17SB

Taylor Green Milwaukee Brewers -.334, 32(2B), 21HR, 82RBI

Caleb Gindl Milwaukee Brewers – .298, 18(2B), 4(3B), 14HR, 47RBI

Logan Schafer Milwaukee Brewers – .328, 17(2B), 5(3B), 3HR, 38RBI

Matt Dominguez Florida Marlins – .248, 16(2B), 11HR, 56RBI

Jacob Goebbert Houston Astros – .296, 22(2B), 4(3B), 11HR, 58RBI

Clint Robinson Kansas City Royals – .315, 29(2B), 19HR, 77RBI

David Lough Kansas City Royals – .310, 25(2B), 10(3B), 8HR, 58RBI

Leonys Martin Texas Rangers – .304, 13(2B), 4(3B), 4HR, 38RBI

Adrian Cardenas Oakland Athletics – .298, 22(2B), 4(3B), 4HR, 38RBI

Michael Taylor Oakland Athletics – .292, 14(2B), 13HR, 49RBI, 10SB

Jeremy Moore Los Angeles Angels – .297, 19(2B), 15(3B), 12HR, 52RBI, 14SB

Alex Liddi Seattle Mariners – .263, 29(2B), 3(3B), 26HR, 91RBI

Carlos Triunfel Seattle Mariners – .274, 22(2B), 2(3B), 6HR, 35RBI

Pacific Coast League Pitchers To Watch
Nick Struck Chicago Cubs – 9-6, 3.64ERA, 123.2IP, 37BB, 97K

Michael Fiers Milwaukee Brewers – 10-3, 5SV, 2.23ERA, 93IP, 29BB, 98K

Daniel Meadows Milwaukee Brewers – 6-3, 2.12ERA, 68IP, 14BB, 68K

Wily Peralta Milwaukee Brewers – 10-7, 3.51ERA, 125.2IP, 49BB, 125K

Jose Rosario Florida Marlins – 3-1, 2.75ERA, 59IP, 17BB, 60K

Kelvin Herrera Kansas City Royals – 6-1, 10SV, 1.26ERA, 57IP, 11BB, 60K

Mike Montgomery Kansas City Royals – 5-7, 5.31ERA, 125.1IP, 64BB, 104K

Wade Miley Arizona Diamondbacks – 7-3, 4.55ERA, 120.2IP, 43BB, 93K

Mark Hamburger Texas Rangers – 6-4, 4SV, 3.73ERA, 70IP, 23BB, 61K

Martin Perez Texas Rangers – 7-4, 3.71ERA, 119IP, 49BB, 105K

Tanner Scheppers Texas Rangers – 2-1, 3.60ERA, 30IP, 10BB, 30K

Andrew Carignan Oakland Athletics – 1-0, 8SV, 2.51ERA, 28.2IP, 11BB, 35K

Carlos Hernandez Oakland Athletics – 10-6, 4.99ERA, 122.2IP, 32BB, 96K

Erasmo Ramirez Seattle Mariners – 9-6, 4.75ERA, 121.1IP, 23BB, 85K

Brad Brach San Diego Padres – 3-5, 29SV, 3.08ERA, 61.1IP, 11BB, 82K

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