Found March 31, 2013 on Razzball:
Organizational Talent Rankings via Baseball America 2012 (1) | 2011 (14) | 2010 (24) | 2009 (21) | 2008 (10) 2012 Affiliate Records MLB: [98-64] NL East AAA: [70-74] International League – Syracuse AA: [64-78] Eastern League – Harrisburg A+: [64-75] Carolina League – Potomac A: [82-55] South Atlantic League – Hagerstown A(ss): [46-30] New York-Penn League — Auburn Graduated Prospects Bryce Harper (OF); Steve Lombardozzi (Util); Tyler Moore (OF) The Run Down A little more than a year ago, this Washington Nationals system was regarded as the best in the game. Then a trade with Oakland sent a handful of prospects out west, their top draft pick went down with a broken ankle, and Bryce Harper graduated to the bigs. What's left, now, is a system that's filled to the brim with risky, oft-injured prospects. There is almost nothing here that I would consider safe. Top overall prospect Anthony Rendon is an exciting, high-impact guy, but he's yet to play a full season as a ...
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