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Updated with DL move of Branden Kline (Broken ankle), and several organizational moves including the acquisition of Josh Horton from Oakland as AAA depth.

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Tony, Hector Veloz you don't see any potetial anymore and just filler? I ask because you use to have his name high lighted now its just blue and was wondering your thoughts on him. Thanks.

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Tony, Hector Veloz you don't see any potetial anymore and just filler? I ask because you use to have his name high lighted now its just blue and was wondering your thoughts on him. Thanks.

With his K rate, he's going to have to prove it at higher levels.

I'm skeptical despite the good start with average.

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Updated with Ascencio promotion to Orioles and the Acquisition of Alderson from the Pirates. Also Michael Mosby comes off DL and is sent to Delmarva as Nick Balog goes on DL.

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Updated with the latest DL and moves. It was hard deleting Delmonico and Hader off the Chart.

After watching the balls sail out off of K-Rod, seeing Delmonico's name on another team is tough. Thanks for all the updates, I still look at this frequently.

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