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Baseball America December 28, 2018

Baseball America has been bringing you the best baseball information in the game for more than 30 years, a must-have resource for fans as well as people who work in the game. Every issue features coverage of the majors, minors, college and high school baseball as well as prospects, prospects and more prospects. Whether you’re looking to win your fantasy league or stay on top of the game at all levels, Baseball America puts it all in your hands.

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where are they now?

To no one’s surprise, Kyle Farnsworth brought along a cage so Rambo, his 10-year-old American bulldog, could sit in the dugout during a recent charity softball event for the South Carolina Youth Diabetes Association in Lexington, S.C. Rambo was one of his two bulldogs that engaged in a fight during the 2009 season when he was pitching for the Royals. When he interceded, Farnsworth famously was left with several stitches on his pitching hand. Such was the career of Farnsworth, a reliever who pitched for nine teams over a career that spanned 16 seasons and included five playoff appearances. Yet talk of Farnsworth’s career invariably turns to his off-mound matters. CBS Sports called Farnsworth “base ball’s heavyweight champion.” SB Nation labeled him the “greatest baseball fighter of all time.” “Fights are never fun,” said…

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ba online

@BaseballAmerica @BaseballAmerica BaseballAmericaMag ReadBA VIVA LAS VEGAS Blue Jays top prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. traveled to Las Vegas to accept his Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year award during the annual Minor League banquet at the Winter Meetings. Guerrero later posted about the honor on his Instagram account. BA national writer Ben Badler was there to record the moment. @ben.badler BA BOOKS ROUND OUT YOUR BASEBALL LIBRARY Complete your collection with Baseball America’s line of signature books for 2019. Prospect Handbook: $34.95 Almanac: $25.95 NEW! Before They Were Stars: $34.95 Directory: $31.95 Super Register: $84.95 Go to: store.BaseballAmerica.com…

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HAVE A QUESTION? @jjcoop36 askba@baseballamerica.com Q Is playing both football and baseball professionally a viable option for Kyler Murray? —DOUG @HDOUGLASOTTO A Because Murray is a quarterback, I would say no. If he was a running back or corner-back, a job-sharing role might be possible. It’s hard to envision any NFL team being willing to make a part-time player a starting quarterback because reps and practice time are so valuable. In baseball, Murray is already behind in at-bats compared with his peers in the 2018 draft. Splitting time would make playing catch-up even more difficult. Murray has publicly said that his plan is to join the Athletics, who drafted the outfielder ninth overall out of Oklahoma, for spring training. And there are plenty of logical reasons to stick to that plan. Baseball players have a much…

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something brewing

WAR stands for wins above replacement, according to Baseball-Reference.com. DNS indicates a draft pick who did not sign. Round number is included in parentheses for top draft picks selected after the first round. CHICAGO CUBS NOTABLE GRADUATIONS: C/1B Victor Caratini (4), 3B David Bote (12). TRENDING: ◂▸ The Cubs hope their 2018 draft class will help restock a lower-tier farm system. CINCINNATI REDS NOTABLE GRADUATIONS: RHP Tyler Mahle (4), OF Jesse Winker (5), Phillip Ervin (19). TRENDING: ▴ The Reds keep stockpiling high first-round picks, and the fruits from those drafts should begin impacting Cincinnati in 2019 and 2020. MILWAUKEE BREWERS NOTABLE GRADUATIONS: RHP Brandon Woodruff (1), OF Brett Phillips (5), RHP Freddy Peralta (9), RHP Taylor Williams (NR). TRENDING: ▾ Prospect graduations of Peralta and Woodruff—and Josh Hader in 2017—plus the Christian Yelich trade equals a thinned farm system. PITTSBURGH…

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chicago cubs top 10 prospects

1. NICO HOERNER, SS BORN: May 13, 1997. B-T: R-R. HT: 6-1. WT: 200. DRAFTED: Stanford, 2018 (1st). SIGNED BY: Gabe Zappin. TRACK RECORD: While he was never a thumper during his three seasons at Stanford, Hoerner stood out for his ability to make consistent quality contact. He never had a strikeout rate higher than 12.5 percent in any season. He also showed aptitude with wood bats by hitting better than .300 in both the Northwoods and Cape Cod leagues. Combine those skills with his leadership qualities up the middle, and it was an easy call for the Cubs to draft Hoerner 24th overall and sign him for $2,724,000. His pro career started with a bang when he hit the first pitch he saw in the Rookie-level Arizona League for a triple.…

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cincinnati reds top 10 prospects

1. NICK SENZEL, 3B/2B BORN: June 29, 1995. B-T: R-R. HT: 6-1. WT: 205. DRAFTED: Tennessee, 2016 (1st). SIGNED BY: Brad Meador. TRACK RECORD: From the day he arrived at Tennessee, Senzel showed he was special. He batted cleanup for the Volunteers from his first game as a freshman, starred for three years there and in the Cape Cod League and became the highest drafted player in school history. Senzel’s fast track to the big leagues has been slowed by position switches and ailments. Vertigo ended his 2017 season early. With Eugenio Suarez signed to an extension, the Reds tried Senzel at shortstop and second base in spring training 2018 before junking the shortstop plan when he reported to Triple-A Louisville. A further bout of vertigo cost Senzel much of May. A…

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