Tag Archives: Julio Teheran

2013 Top 10 Right-Handed Pitching Prospects

Right-handed pitching is one of the strengths of the prospect landscape right now; featuring multiple handfuls of high-end pitching prospects that have the potential to become front of the rotation arms. Unlike some years, there is a group of four … Continue reading

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2013 Atlanta Braves Top 15 Prospects

With the graduation of three top ten prospects (Delgado, Pastornicky and Simmons) from last year’s list, the Braves list has thinned out a considerable amount. It is propped up by several raw, high ceiling players that are still proving themselves … Continue reading

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2012 Post-Season All-Prospect Team: International League

Back in April I took a pre-season look at what I determined to be the All-Prospect Team in each full-season minor league. With the minor league playoffs coming to an end I want circle back and give a post-season look … Continue reading

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Scouting Report: Julio Teheran (RHP)

BLUF: Expectations have to change and he looks more like a number three starter with a tantalizing FB-CH combination. The Player: Julio Teheran (RHP, Atlanta Braves) – Signed for a large bonus out of Colombia in 2007, making his debut … Continue reading

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The Lineup: 8/19/12

I’m vowing to get back on track with on-time articles this week…I promise! I’m going to a hit a couple of prospects that have been on the scene since last year in Martin and Foltynewicz, along with a sleeper that … Continue reading

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2012 Pre-Season All-Prospect Team: International League

This is the first in a series of ten articles that will highlight an All-Prospect team for each league as the year begins. These pre-season pieces are not intended to identify the players that are expected to put up the … Continue reading

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2012 Impact Prospects: National League East

The National League East is poised to become a very interesting division in the coming years. With the Philadelphia Phillies aging, a window is opening for teams like the Braves, Marlins and Nationals to make a run and overtake the … Continue reading

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2012 BPN Top 10 Right-Handed Starting Pitching Prospects

After debuting the Top 150 Prospects yesterday, I want to move on to additional discussion of the best prospects at each position. In each of these positional rankings I will be providing some narrative to help break the prospects into … Continue reading

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2012 BPN Top 150 Prospects

After three long months of team-by-team Top 15 lists, scouting reports and a laundry list of other articles, it’s finally time to debut the BPN Top 150! This list represents a snapshot in time that combines my own observations and … Continue reading

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2012 Atlanta Braves Top 15 Prospects

The Atlanta Braves boast a system loaded with young, extremely talented pitching that could form the foundation for their next extended run of contending play in the NL East. Even with a pitcher like Mike Minor already graduated from prospect … Continue reading

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