Sunday, August 21, 2011

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

2011 Carolina League Top Prospects Set


The Carolina League is particularly exciting in 2011. The Frederick Keys (North Division) and the Winston Salem Dash (South Division) were the 1st half winners. As of 08/07/2011, the two teams are still leading in the Overall Standings although the Southern Division is much closer now.

Cards in this set include:

Drew Pomeranz, an outstanding prospect recently traded to the Rockies

Arodys Vizcaino, traded from the Yankees to the Braves in 2009, and now a future starter at Atlanta,

Starting Pitcher Robbie Ross, a highly rated Ranger Starting Pitcher Prospect

Tyler Townsend, Outfielder from the Baltimore system

Bobby Bundy, starting Pitcher from the Baltimore system

Joe Wieland recently traded by the Rangers to the Padres

Robbie Erlin recently traded by the Rangers to the Padres

Jake Odorizzi, a highly rated pitcher

Kolbrin Vitek, 3rd baseman from the Red Sox organization

Andrelton Smmons, shortstop from Netherlands Antilles

Mike Olt, 3rd Baseman from the Myrtle Beach Pelicans

Andy Wilkens, infielder from the Winston-Salem Dash

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Friday, August 5, 2011

Brett Lawrie - Minor League Baseball Cards

Brett Lawrie, an outstanding prospect from Canada, was traded from the Milwaukee Brewers to the Toronto Blue Jays during the winter of 2010-2011. The Blue Jays believe that Lawrie is their future 3rd baseman.

In 2009, Lawrie played for Wisconsin and Huntsville hitting .274 with 13 home runs.

In 2010 at Huntsville, Lawrie hit .285 with 8 home runs.

In 2011, playing for the Toronto farm system, Lawrie played at Dunedin and Las Vegas, hitting .347 with 18 home runs.

The Blue Jays called him up on August 4, 2011 and plan to install him at third base.

With a short minor league career, Brett has a handful of Minor League Cards which might be suitable for the autograph seeker, the investor, or family members and friends.

Brett is in:

2008 Wisconsin Timberrattlers

2009 Wisconsin Timberrattlers

2009 Midwest League All-Stars (scan attached)

2009 Midwest League Top Prospects

2010 Huntsville

2011 Las Vegas 51’s

2011 Pacific Coast League Top Prospects

The future is bright for Brett and he has a chance to become a Major League Star.

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2006 Danville Braves Minor League Baseball Cards

Our customers have requested that we obtain cards of the 2006 Danville Braves, farm team of the Atlanta Braves, set. The set includes Kris Medlen, Kevin gunderson, Tyler Flowers, Chase Fontaine, Michael Broadway, and other prospects.

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2008 Mississippi Braves Minor League Baseball Cards

We recently obtained 2008 Mississippi Braves sets for our customers. The set contains Tommy

Hanson, Kris Medlen, J. C. Boscan, Todd Redmond, and Brad Nelson.

Ryan Vogelsong - Minor League Baseball Cards

Ryan Vogelsong is one of the pleasant surprises of the 2011 major league season, helping to lead the Giants to a contending position in the National League West.

Ryan was selected in the 5th round of the 1998 Draft. Ryan’s first year was at Salem Keizer and he had a 6-1 record (1.77 ERA) before being promoted to San Jose.

Ryan then was on a journey through the minor league system with a few stints in the majors:

1999 in San Jose and Shreveport
2000 In Shreveport, Giants for 4 games
2001 in Fresno and Nashville, Giants and Pirates
2002 in Lynchburg and Altoona
2003 in Nashville, Pirates
2004 Pirates
2005 Pirates
2006 Pirates
2006 in Indianapolis
2007, 2008, and 2009 in Japan
2010 in Salt Lake City and Lehigh Valley
2011 in Fresno

Ryan’s minor league record was 55-64 with a 4.06 ERA. Prior to 2011, Ryan’s major league record was 10-22 with an ERA above 4.00.

Not exactly a promising prospect. But on August 5, 2011, Ryan had a 9-1 record with a 2.19 ERA.

An outstanding performance fueled by Perseverance and Determination.

Ryan’s Minor League Baseball cards include:

1998 Salem-Keizer (pictured)
1999 San Jose (pictured)
2000 Shreveport
2001 Fresno
2003 Nashville
2003 Pacific Coast League Top Prospect
2010 Lehigh Valley (pictured)

Now that Ryan is a leader on the Giant’s pitching staff (along with Matt Cain and Tim Lincecum), he has the prospect of being a long term contributor. An investment in his Minor League Baseball Cards might be wise.

In addition, Ryan has cards in the 2000 and 2001 Bowman Draft Picks sets that are proving to be highly sought after cards.

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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Paul Goldschmidt – Minor League Baseball Cards

Paul Goldschmidt, a top prospect of the Arizona Diamondbacks, has a very promising future as a Major League first baseman. He was selected in the 8th round of the 2009 Draft.

In 2009, at the Missoula Osprey, a short season rookie team, Paul played in 74 games hit for an average of .334 and had 18 home runs.

In 2010, Paul was promoted to the Visalia Oaks, and played in 138 games, hit for an average of .314 with 35 home runs. Paul was named as California League Rookie-of-the-Year.

In 2011 Paul was promoted to the Mobile Bay Bears and in 99 games, hit for an average of .306 with 30 home runs.

These statistics resulted in a promotion to the Arizona Diamondbacks on 8/1/2011. The major criticism against Paul has been the propensity to strike out.

On August 1, 2011, Paul faced Matt Cain, got 1 hit in 4 AB, and struck out once.

On August 2, Paul was 1 for 3 against Tim Linceum with 1 Strikeout. The hit was a home run in the 5th inning which led the Diamondbacks to an important victory.

On August 3, Paul faced Ryan Vogelsong, one of the 2011 pitchers with an outstanding record, went 0 for 3 with 2 strikeouts.

Paul has now been introduced to the major leagues and should contribute as the Diamondbacks attempt to win the National League pennant.

Because of his meteoric rise through the minor league system, Paul’s Minor League cards are limited.

His first Minor League card from 2009 Missoula Osprey (scan attached)

Paul has a 2010 Visalia card which we have not yet scanned.

In 2011, Paul appears in the Southern League All Star set (scan attached)

It is expected that Paul’s cards will be in the 2011 Southern League Top Prospect set and in the 2011 Mobile Bay Bears set. When those are received this article will be updated.

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