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No RX Motilium

October 9, 2012
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No RX Motilium

No RX Motilium, Welcome to awards season at Bus Leagues. Once again, we will have nine to hand out: Full-season, Short-season and Independent League Player, Starter and Reliever of the Year. These players are the best of the best of minor league baseball, 20mg Motilium, except for the short-season starter I forgot to put on the ballot and didn’t realize until it was too late. Voting works like the college football polls. Voters selected...

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Clonidine For Sale

October 4, 2012
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Clonidine For Sale

Clonidine For Sale, Welcome to awards season at Bus Leagues. Once again, we will have nine to hand out: Full-season, Short-season and Independent League Player, Starter and Reliever of the Year. These players are the best of the best of minor league baseball, 200mg Clonidine, except for the short-season starter I forgot to put on the ballot and didn’t realize until it was too late. Voting works like the college football polls. Voters selected...

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Rays Minor League Interviews by John Gregg of Rays Digest.com

March 9, 2012
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rays

As the Rays have grown in prominence in the AL East, their blogosphere has also vastly grown in size and expertise. Only a few years ago, there were but a hand full of Rays blogs. Now there are quite a few covering all aspects of the Rays organization, from the big league club to the low minors. One of these new Rays blogs is Rays Digest.com, edited by John Gregg. Since starting Rays Digest,...

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Prospect A-Z Day 15: Oscar Taveras

December 19, 2011
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A to Z

Yesterday, Prospect A-Z returned with Washington catcher Derek Norris. He has the power and defensive skills to potentially be an All-Star, but he needs to improve his batting average. He'll be competing for true three outcome titles in the majors with his patience and also penchant of striking out. Wilson Ramos established himself as a solid starter behind the plate for Washington, but Norris could eventually surpass him. He could be a key piece...

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Prospect A-Z Day 13: Matt Moore

December 2, 2011
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A to Z

We got back to shortstops yesterday, generally focusing on Tampa Bay's Hak-Ju Lee. Just a year after being acquired from the Cubs in the Matt Garza trade, he became the team's best shortstop prospect and best prospect among all position players. His athleticism, solid bat and nice plate approach makes him one of the top shortstop prospects in the game, and the Rays hope he can hit at the top of their lineup soon....

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Prospect A-Z Day 8: Bryan Harper

November 23, 2011
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A to Z

Yesterday, we reviewed Grant Green, the A's prospect and former first rounder converting from shortstop to centerfield. After a great pro debut in 2010, Green's offensive suffered from a pretty substantial decline with AA Midland in 2011. He should be able to handle center and at least be an okay defensive player, and if his power comes back, he could be a quality regular for the A's who are in desperate need of offense...

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2011 Bus Leagues Postseason Awards: Short-Season Player, Starting Pitcher, and Relief Pitcher of the Year

September 27, 2011
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It’s Awards Week here at Bus Leagues, that annual event in which we unveil the seasons that our voters determined to be the best in Minor League and Independent baseball. This year, we have nine awards to give out: Player of the Year, Starting Pitcher of the Year, and Relief Pitcher of the Year for Full-Season Minor League Baseball, Short-Season Minor League Baseball, and Independent Baseball. In the Independent Baseball awards announced yesterday, Ronnie...

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2011 Draft Pick Update

August 13, 2011
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Trevor Bauer

We're just a few days away from baseball's draft pick signing deadline which is at midnight ET on August 15th. That means it's another year of Bud Selig and Major League Baseball swing and miss at their attempt to maintain fiscal sanity among owners. In an attempt to limit signing bonuses, the commissioner won't allow most big money bonuses to be announced until the deadline. His thinking is that if bonuses are announced in...

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Now Batting For the Houston Astros…

July 23, 2011
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Jose Altuve

Jose Altuve. Altuve is a 5'5, 170 pound second baseman signed by Houston from Venezuela in 2006. This legitimate Eddie Gaedel has had a meteoric rise through the Astros farm system this season. According to Baseball Almanac, only 60 players in baseball history have been 5'5 or shorter, so Altuve is joining a pretty exclusive club. If he becomes a solid contributor, he wouldn't be the first good short baseball player, but they're few...

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No Longer Batting For…

April 16, 2011
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Manny Ramirez with Inland Empire

Anyone, Manny Ramirez. This is mostly Major League related, but it was pretty big news last week, so I thought it warranted an entry here. It's been a wild career for Manny, entertaining fans with some of the best statistics anyone has ever seen and frustrating fans with his attitude and antics. For 19 years, Ramirez was one of the most feared hitters in the league, but after forcing a trade from two teams,...

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MiLB Records Tracker

Billy Hamilton, Bakersfield Blaze
Current: 131 stolen bases in 109 games (1.20 per game)
Pace: 159 stolen bases in 133 games

Jurickson Profar, Frisco RoughRiders
50 game on-base streak (not on-going)

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