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http://masnsports.com/2009/04/notes-from-bowie-baysox-media.html

Pitchers:

Jake Arrieta

Jason Berken

Zach Clark

Fredy Deza

Brandon Erbe

Jim Hoey

Ryan Keefer

Bobby Livingston

Troy Patton

Wifrido Perez

Josh Perrault

Ryan Rodriguez

Chad Thall

Catchers:

Adam Donachie

Steve Torrealba

Guillermo Rodriguez

Infielders:

Miguel Abreu

Melvin Dorta

Paco Figueroa

Brandon Snyder

Jonathon Tucker

Robert Valido

Outfielders:

Ambiorix Concepcion

Danny Figueroa

Jeff Fiorentino

Dave Krynzel

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Not a lot of high quality bats there.

Just thinking that myself. I'd rather see Delmarva's position players play with Bowie's arms. Hopefully Rowell and Matusz will make mid-season Bowie trips, but with AM's old school approach I'm not holding my breath.

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Though I can say that the order for the rotation, according to Komminsk and McCall, will be as follows:

Berken

Arrieta

Patton

Erbe

Livingston

I'll have more later.

Hey Mike,

Are you gonna make the trip to Reading in a few weeks?

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Other than Snyder, are any of those infielders considered "prospects?"

Not really. Abreu, Tucker, and Paco Figueroa are all in the same approximate category - their age and production to this point indicate they are fringe prospects at best, but they also fit the profile of guys that could carve out a niche as a utility player if things break right for them. All three make excellent contact and are middle infielders, both of which work in their favor. Tucker seems to have the best shot, as he put up a very solid year at Bowie last year (perhaps deserving of a spot at Norfolk?) and can play almost every position. Abreu has an intriguing pop/speed combination that seemed to fizzle out a bit last season, and he continues to swing at (and hit) every pitch thrown near the plate. Figueroa was on a Tucker-like trend in 2007, but injuries have set him back severely and at 27, he's now essentially an organizational player. Also, unlike the other two he has shown no pop whatsoever.

I assume Tucker will be playing 3B. But I'd like to see him get to Norfolk, and none of these other guys are likely to replace the (admittedly modest) numbers that Nettles and Finan put up.

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Though I can say that the order for the rotation, according to Komminsk and McCall, will be as follows:

Berken

Arrieta

Patton

Erbe

Livingston

I'll have more later.

Wow! Erbe is #4. It makes sense, but man on paper this rotation is very good. Thanks, as always, for the information.

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