Found November 30, 2011 on
Feelin' Kinda Blue:
Well, Friday was to be the day Baseball America released its Top 10 Dodgers' prospects. But the Dodgers' official Twitter account beat 'em to it."@Dodgers: '@BaseballAmerica Top #Dodgers prospects: 1-Lee 2-Webster 3-Eovaldi 4-Silverio 5-Reed 6-Gould 7-Withrow 8-Lindblom 9-Pederson 10-Federowicz"Here's the cleaned-up version of the list:1. Zach Lee2. Allen Webster3. Nathan Eovaldi4. Alfredo Silverio5. Chris Reed6. Garrett Gould7. Chris Withrow8. Josh Lindblom9. Joc Pederson10. Tim FederowiczAnd here's a side-by-side comparison to my rankings from nine days ago: Rank Baseball America FKB (mine) 1 Lee Lee 2 Webster Eovaldi 3 Eovaldi Webster 4 Silverio Gould 5 Reed Sanchez 6 Gould Pederson 7 Withrow Songco 8 Lindblom Tolleson 9 Pederson Smith 10 Federowicz Lemmerman As you can see, Baseball America and myself differ on a lot of t...
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