Tag Archives: Travis D’Arnaud

2013 BPN Top 10 Catching Prospects

Last year’s Top 10 Catchers represented a bumper crop of backstops, many of which graduated to the big leagues. Of the ten players included in last year’s list, Jesus Montero (#1), Devin Mesoraco (#3), Wilin Rosario (#4), Yasmani Grandal (#7), … Continue reading

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2013 New York Mets Top 15 Prospects

This year’s edition of the Mets Top 15 offers far more long-term intrigue than last year’s list. With the addition of Noah Syndergaard, Travis d’Arnaud and Wuilmer Becerra from the RA Dickey trade and the emergence of arms like Rafael … Continue reading

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2012 Post-Season All-Prospect Team: Pacific Coast League

Today continues my look at the Post-Season All-Prospect team across the minor leagues with a look at the Pacific Coast League. There were plenty of hits on the Pre-Season team, including several players that made held onto or improved their … Continue reading

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2012 Pre-Season All-Prospect Team: Pacific Coast League

Continuing my look at prospects to watch by league, I’m going to tackle the Pacific Coast League where there is the potential for some outstanding offense as well as some dominating pitching. Things are a little thin up the middle … Continue reading

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2012 Impact Prospects: American League East

The American League East offers arguably the toughest divisional competition in baseball. With the Yankees, Red Sox and Rays all having made the playoffs in recent years, and all returning very strong clubs, the division is already loaded. Add to … Continue reading

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2012 BPN Top 10 Catching Prospects

The first Top 10 list of this week centers on one of the most difficult positions to develop in all of baseball, the catcher. Big league catchers require the defensive chops and durability to handle the day-in, day-out grind of … 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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Scouting Report: Travis d’Arnaud (C)

BLUF: More than enough defense to play every day behind the plate and the offense to hit in the middle of the lineup; potential All-Star. The Player: Travis d’Arnaud (C, Toronto Blue Jays) – A first round pick by the … Continue reading

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2012 Toronto Blue Jays Top 15 Prospects

Thanks in no small part to an extremely aggressive approach to the draft the last two years as well as a willingness to spend internationally, the Blue Jays have developed an incredibly strong minor league system that packs both start … Continue reading

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