Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Myrtle Beach Pelicans

Myrtle Beach is Atlanta's high A club. Standouts such as Salty and Chuck James started here last year. It should be noted that Myrtle Beach is a great pitchers park, so pitching stats should be looked at with slight skepticism and guys who still have great offensive numbers, like Salty, should be praised.

  • Jose Ascanio got a look in spring training this year and is one of the best arms in the Braves system.
  • Luis Atilano, Jake Stevens, and Kelvin Villa are guys with good potential but have yet to live up to it yet.
  • Keep an eye on Matt Harrison and James Parr as they could rise through the system quickly.
  • Clint Sammons is a relatively good catching prospect. The problem is that he is in the same organization as McCann, Pena, Salty, and Max Ramirez. Defense is Sammon's best attribute so I think he will make a good backup someday.
  • Steven Doetsch surprised people with a good year last year and hopes to prove that it was not a fluke.
  • Brandon Jones is possibly the best athlete in the system. If he can turn his athleticism into production he will become a top prospect.
  • Finally, I don't know much about Ardley Jansen but I think I should note that he played with Andruw Jones for the Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic in March.

Comments on "Myrtle Beach Pelicans"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:28 AM) : 

Very nice site! modafinil drug testing provigil blackjack drillmaster Car dealer east south owensboro running club nike running watches with heart rate monitor New braunfels dental insurance tattoo removal oakland Tooth pain using zocor Dental implants research paper


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:02 PM) : 

You have an outstanding good and well structured site. I enjoyed browsing through it »


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:25 AM) : 

Looking for information and found it at this great site... film editing schools


post a comment
My Photo
Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Powered by Blogger

Listed on the ArmchairGM Sports Blog Index