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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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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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Prospect A-Z Day 5: Edwar Cabrera

November 18, 2011
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A to Z

Yesterday, we went behind the plate to talk about Travis d'Arnaud, Toronto's catcher on helium last season. He's gone one level per year in his ascent to the majors, and he could break in with Toronto by the end of 2012. He's a solid all-around player who may not stand out in any area, but he'll be good in all of them. At the time of his trade to Toronto along with Kyle Drabek...

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A Literary Comparison of “Out of My League” and “Odd Man Out”

October 4, 2011
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For someone who writes a lot about baseball, I don’t read too many books on the sport. Although I have my favorite books such as “The Curious Case of Sidd Finch” and "Boys of Summer", my baseball reading is usually pretty sparse. This year however, I’ve been on a bit of a baseball literary kick. Before the season I read Jonah Keri’s "The Extra 2%", the story about the assembly of the Tampa Bay...

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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 Pitching For The Colorado Rockies…

May 30, 2011
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Juan Nicasio

Juan Nicasio. Nicasio is a 6'3, 200 pound righty signed by Colorado from the Dominican Republic. The Rockies have made an effort to improve their presence in Latin America in recent years, and it's paying off for them. When the Rockies made their shocking run to the World Series in 2007, Latin pitchers Ubaldo Jimenez, Manny Corpas and Franklin Morales all played key roles. Including Nicasio, three of the Rockies' top 10 prospects are...

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And Now, A Few Words About Minor League Classifications…

March 15, 2011
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USbaseballmap

Picture: Reference.findtarget.com (my computer wouldn't open the link, but the map was cool so I wanted to mention it) I was working on one of my many projects the other day when I started wondering about the classification history of the modern minor leagues. Perhaps one day I’ll delve into this in greater detail – I’d love to research and write a series of books about the history of each individual league – but...

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Make Sure You Have Your Playoff Procedures In Order, People

August 24, 2010
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jim mora playoffs

I was all set to make myself a bunch of little note card cheat sheets containing the playoff procedures for Minor League Baseball's leagues, then I realized how complicated some of these scenarios get. Soooo, change of plans - I'll just link here to the pages that detail each league's procedure, and we'll have this post as an easy reference. AAA International League Mexican League - The Mexican League just instructs visitors to consult...

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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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