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    Quote Originally Posted by scaffolds View Post
    First of sorry for taking so long in getting back to you, have been out of town. like you know souting isn't a exact science is based on tools, ceiling and projections and both of thiis pitchers have a lot talents.The Red Sox where very intersted in both of them if the money was right. You are right Ynoa has had a lot of health issues since he signed. I haven't follwed him this year so don't know if he is pitching or not, as for Aguelles he had shoulder issues after he signed, don't believe that there was anything major with it, he is pitching in South Atlantic league this eason. When a player or players doesn't work out because of injuries or talent the organiztions that didn't sign them, the ones that didn't spend all of that cash you could said made the right decision, so for now you could say that the Red Sox made the right decision, but just for now.
    Thanks. Ynoa was extremely hyped. But it seems he has been 2 years in XST since then. Arguelles is pitching extremely good in the minors right now. walking nearly nobody and striking out one batter per inning. The farm system of the Royals is ridiculous...Arguelles could be in the majors next year, along with Duffy, Montgomery etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwissRedSoxFan View Post
    Thanks. Ynoa was extremely hyped. But it seems he has been 2 years in XST since then. Arguelles is pitching extremely good in the minors right now. walking nearly nobody and striking out one batter per inning. The farm system of the Royals is ridiculous...Arguelles could be in the majors next year, along with Duffy, Montgomery etc.
    Well if you have a top 10 draft pick in 11 of the last 15 drafts (and a top 5 pick in 8 of them), you would kinda expect that. Then again, there's Pittsburgh...
    Watching Derek Jeter make 40 defensive plays and then watching Adam Everett make 40 defensive plays at the same position is sort of like watching video of Barbara Bush dancing at the White House, and then watching Demi Moore dancing in Striptease. (Bill James)

    Dustin Pedroia doesn't have the strength or bat speed to hit major-league pitching consistently, and he has no power. If he can continue to hit .260 or so, he'll be useful, and he probably has a future as a backup infielder. (Keith Law)

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    The signing of Dominican second baseman Andres Garcia became official as the Red Sox open the 2011 DSL season with a win Saturday 28 against the Yankees #2 team. Garcia is 5-9 155 a 17 yrs R/R.

    There is Talk that the Sox have signed RHPs Jeffrey Fernandez and Leonel Vasquez, but need to confirm that.

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    Jeffrey Fenandez and Leonel Vazquez are pitching for the Sox entry in the DSL. Fernadez is a 18 RHP from the Dominican reported 6-3 180 and Vasquez a RHP 6-0 150 20 yrs from Venezuela.

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    With MLB draft come and gone is time to concentrate on the July 2th day. The start of the International signing period (the first phase ends on August 31th) The DPL is holding his last show casing of the year on June 18th (15 days before July 2) its their largest show casing with the emphasis in the International signing period.

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    LHP Cuban defector Onelkis Garcia was abailable in the first day of the draft (a week ago) before his agent was able to get MLB to get him out of the draft boards. Garcia 6-2 215 will be 22 yrs in a couple month and throws a fastball in the 92-93 area that tops out mid 90's. It has been talk about that Garcia and fellow defector Adonis Garcia (not related) a 25 yrs third baseman will be show casing out of Nicaragua as free agents.

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    Acouple of pitchers to keep an eye on are Dominican LHP Erik Hurtado 16 yrs 6-4 195 has a fastball in the 92-93 range and RHP Wady Vrolijl a 16 yrs 6-5 205 from Curacao that throw a fastball in the 92-93 range.

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    July second is about 15 days away and i will have have the final prospects table list before, but for now it looks like this:

    Manuel "Masseta" Gonzalez RHP (D)
    Victor Sanchez RHP (V)
    Mauricio Silva RHP (V)
    Jonathan Perez RHP (V)
    Jose Luis Mendez RHP (D)
    Roberto Osuma RHP (Mex)
    Franklyn Pimentel RHP (D)
    Wally Vrolejk RHP (Curacao)
    Miguel Gonzalez RHP (D)
    Juan Martes RHP (D)
    Dioscar Romero RHP (D)
    Eddy Castro RHP (D)
    Sebastian Perez RHP (D)
    Junior Flores RHP (V)
    Alberto Tirado RHP (D)
    Roberto M. Garcia-Quiros RHP (Mex)
    Virgilio Encarnacion RHP (D)
    Junior Arias RHP (D)
    Kevin Sosa RHP (V)
    Luis Careno RHP (V)
    Robinson Arias RHP (D)
    Johnny Charles RHP (D)
    Antonio Sanzetela RHP (V)
    Soid Marquez RHP (V)
    Carlos Bermudez RHP (Pan) sign elegible in 2012
    Reinaldo Robles RHP (V)
    Harold Aruz RHP RHP (Pan)
    Nadir Crismart RHP (Col)
    Ramiro Cortez RHP (Pan)
    Julio Arosema RHP (Pan)
    Erik Hurtado LHP (D)
    Yohander Mendez LHP (V)
    Roger Velez LHP (COL)
    Havid Burgos LHP (D)
    Carlos Rodriguez LHP (V)
    Jacobo Constante LHP (D)
    Yohander Mendez LHP (V)
    Julian Higuera LHP (V)
    Jose Ruiz C (V)
    Marc Malave C (V)
    Derek Capetillo C (V)
    Dionis Rodriguez C (D)
    Alvaro Noriega C (Col)
    Jose Garcia C (V)
    Richard Nunez C (D)
    Jose Godoy C (V)
    Luis Lara C (V)
    Pablo Urena C (Pan)Sign elegible in 2012
    Roniel Demorizi SS (D)
    Yairo Diaz-Munoz SS (D)
    Dawel Lugo SS (D)
    Ruben Rodriguez SS (D)
    Adalberto Mondesi SS (D)
    Sammy Vasquez SS (D)
    Carlos Beloni SS (D)
    Dolfi Paulino SS (D)
    Luis Reynoso SS (D)
    Warner Franco SS (D)
    Angel Ruiz SS (D)
    Genao Bolivar SS (D)
    Rainer Flores SS (D)
    Cesar Gutierrez SS (D)
    Jose Martinez SS (D)
    Dorssys Paulino SS (D)
    Albert Chavez SS (V)
    Bill Pujols SS (D)
    Angelo Castellanos SS (V)
    Arturo Michelana SS (V)
    Angel Yente 3B (D)
    Joan Urena 3B (D)
    Adelen Santa 3B (D)
    Miguel Andujar 3B (D)
    Ronald Soto 3B (D)
    Ricardo Mercano 3B (V)
    Johan Herrera 3B (D)
    Enrique Flores 3B (D)
    Miguel Mercedes 3B (D)
    Jimmy Perez 3B (D)
    Ronald Gusman OF (D)
    Elier Hernandez OF (D)
    Hersin Martinez OF (D)
    Franmil Reyes OF (D)
    Normar Mazara OF (D)
    Jesus Gonzalez OF (V)
    Anthony Santader OF (V)
    Balfi Munoz OF (D)
    Wilmer Becera OF (V)
    Carlos Valdez OF (D)
    Manuel Marcos OF (D)
    Jose Leal OF (V)
    Harold Ramirez OF (Col)
    Junior Santana OF (D)
    John Mora OF (D)
    Samber Pimentel OF (D)
    Jose Rodriguez OF (D)
    Elvis Escobar OF (V)
    Jeffrey Martinez OF (D)
    Amael Gonzalez OF (D)
    Ramon Loaiza OF (V)
    Alvie James OF (Pan)
    Victor Medina OF (V)
    Junior Amarante OF (D)
    Emanuel Salas OF (D)
    Vladimir Almanzar OF (D)
    Eduar Pinto OF (V)
    Losif Bernal OF (Pan)
    Carlos Tocchi OF (V)
    Amael Sanchez OF (Pan)
    Eddy Sanchez 2B (D)
    Jose Jordan 2B (V)
    Dennis Hurtatte 1B (Gua)

    PS Cubans aren't on this list, D= Dominicans, V=Venezuelans, Mex= Mexicans, Col= Colombians, Pan= Panamanians, Curacao and Guatemala.
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    There's talk in the International scouting community that the Red Sox are among three organizations to sign Dominican outfielder Ronald Gusman.

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    Cuban defectors Deinys Suarez, David Remedios and Roberto Arrebatos are latest defectors with heavy interst from ML clubs. Suarez a RHP may be the best Cuban defector in a while, Remedios is a catcher with a lot of tools and Arebatos is a talented LHP. In other news the Cubs signed Cuban defector Frank Del Valle a talented LHP.

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    In a not directly scouting note the Red Sox signed Dominican outfielder Inoel Aguero last Summer. Aguero 5-10 170 switch hitter 19 yrs (when he signed, turned 20 yrs in December) signing wasn't highly talked about as he isn't a top prospect. Aguero started his profesional carreer in the DSL at the end of May, however Aguero has been a hitting maching in the DSL and after 3 weeks of the DSL season Aguero is leading the league in hitting with 465 batting average in 43 at bats with 3 doubles and a HR a 558 OBP and 4 stolen bases. Its a long way from the DSL and it has only been 3 weeks in the DSL, but Aguero has opened some eyes.
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    According to sources in the DSL the Red Sox are waiting contracts approval for Dominicans German Taveras and Osvaldo Almenzo and Venezuelan Oscar Rodriguez. Taveras is a 18 yrs RHP 6-2 180. Almenzo is a 18 yrs outfielder R/R 6-2 180 and Rodriguez is a 19 yrs catcher 6-0 180 R/R so that they can join the Red Sox DSL team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scaffolds View Post
    According to sources in the DSL the Red Sox are waiting contracts approval for Dominicans German Taveras and Osvaldo Almenzo and Venezuelan Oscar Rodriguez. Taveras is a 18 yrs RHP 6-2 180. Almenzo is a 18 yrs outfielder R/R 6-2 180 and Rodriguez is a 19 yrs catcher 6-0 180 R/R so that they can join the Red Sox DSL team.
    The signing of Taveras is official and he started pitching in the DSL.

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    The Sox have signed 20 yrs RHP Jonathan Aro. Aro 6-0 172 has been send to the DSL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scaffolds View Post
    There's talk in the International scouting community that the Red Sox are among three organizations to sign Dominican outfielder Ronald Gusman.
    Can you tell us more about Guzman and Mexican pitcher Roberto Osuna, whom the Red Sox are said to be also interested in.
    Last edited by Therwil Flyer; 06-27-2011 at 01:46 PM.
    Watching Derek Jeter make 40 defensive plays and then watching Adam Everett make 40 defensive plays at the same position is sort of like watching video of Barbara Bush dancing at the White House, and then watching Demi Moore dancing in Striptease. (Bill James)

    Dustin Pedroia doesn't have the strength or bat speed to hit major-league pitching consistently, and he has no power. If he can continue to hit .260 or so, he'll be useful, and he probably has a future as a backup infielder. (Keith Law)

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    Osuna is a Stocky 5-11-6-0 about 190 RHP (among the top International P in this signing period) with a live arm, his fastball sits in the low 90's that tops at mid 90's, his breaking pitches has promise, but his main pitch is his fastball. There is a lot talk that the Red Sox have heavy interest in Osuna, however his demanding 7 + figure bonus that could be as much as 2 Millions.

    Gusman 6-2- 6-3 about 170a L/L with good tools including good bat speed and power potential, good speed and defense skills, but his bat is his main tool. Its believed that his also asking for a 7 figures bonus.

    Its 5 days before the July second day, i will finish with my board before them.
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    Thanks, great info. What do you think is the ceiling for either player? Are the 7+ figures bonus demands justified?
    Watching Derek Jeter make 40 defensive plays and then watching Adam Everett make 40 defensive plays at the same position is sort of like watching video of Barbara Bush dancing at the White House, and then watching Demi Moore dancing in Striptease. (Bill James)

    Dustin Pedroia doesn't have the strength or bat speed to hit major-league pitching consistently, and he has no power. If he can continue to hit .260 or so, he'll be useful, and he probably has a future as a backup infielder. (Keith Law)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Therwil Flyer View Post
    Thanks, great info. What do you think is the ceiling for either player? Are the 7+ figures bonus demands justified?
    With the way the market has been the last couple of years someone will pay that kind of money. I like to ad that Gusman and Sox draft pick William Jerez are some what similar players. Jerez has the fall back that he could be a LHP if the hitting doesn't come around and because he isn't a Free Agent like Gusman he would get a smaller bonus to sign, however Jerez is already 19 yrs and Gusman is 16 yrs with perhaps a higher ceiling.

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    With 3 days before the July second signing day isn't very clear who will be signing with who or on what date, but one thing that is clear is that Guatemalan first baseman Dennis Hurtarte will be signing with the Pirates. Hurtarte is a switch hitter who is stronger from the left side of the plate.

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    According to Baseball America the Red Sox and the Yankees are finalist to sign 16 yrs Dominican CF Manuel Marcos. Marcos 6-1 180 R/R is very athletic with + + speed has occasional power, but more of gap to gap hitter. In the field Marcos plays + defense and has a solid arm.

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    This is my final board of International baseball prospects for the early phase of International signing. Players from the Dominican, Venezuela, Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Curacao and Guatemala. The board contains 110 players (all 16 yrs reportly), 30 RHP, 7 LHP, 30 outfielders, 20 SS, 10 third baseman, 10 catchers 2 second baseman and 1 first baseman. its ranked by position as scouts projects them, by no means this will be the only players signed out of Latin American, there are others wo could had been in the list, but i don't have solid information on them.

    The International Prospect board:

    Victor Sanchez RHP (V) Signed with Seatle for 2 M +
    Roberto Osuna RHP (M)Signed by Toronto
    Manuel "Masetta" Gonzalez RHP (D)Signed by the Padres for a $65,000 signing bonus
    Jonathan Perez RHP (V)Signed by the Reds for a $825,000 bonus.
    Wally Vrolejk RHP (Curacao)
    Mauricio Silva RHP (V)Signed by thr Twins for $325,000 bonus
    Franklyn Pimentel RHP (D)
    Jose Luis Mendez RHP (D)
    Miguel Gonzalez RHP (D) Signed by the Twins for 650,000
    Juan Martes RHP (D)Signed with Indians for $175,000
    Dioscar Romero RHP (D)Signed with the Red Sox for $600,000 signing bonus.
    Sebastian Perez RHP (D) signed with the Twins for a $300,000 bonus.
    Junior Flores (RHP (V)Signed by the Red Sox
    Alberto Tirado (RHP) (D)Signed by Toronto
    Antonio Sanzetela RHP (V)signed by Colorado
    Eddy Castro (RHP) (D)
    Roberto M. Garcia-Quiros RHP (Mex)
    Virgilio Encarnacion RHP (D)
    Junior Arias RHP (D)
    Kevin Sosa (RHP (V)signed by Texas for a$155,000 bonus
    Luis Careno RHP (V)signed by the Mets
    Robinson Arias RHP (D)
    Soid Marquez RHP (V) Signed by the Reds
    Carlos Bermudes RHP (Pan)
    Reinaldo Robles RHP (V)
    Johnny Charles RHP (D)
    Harold Aruz RHP (Pan)Signed by the Astros for a $300,000 signing bonus.
    Nadir Crismart RHP (Col)Signed by the Mets.
    Ramiro Cortez RHP (Pan)
    Julio Arosema RHP (Pan)
    Erik Hurtado LHP (D)Signed by the Cardinals
    Yohander Mendez LHP (V) Signed with Texas 1M
    Roger Velez LHP (COL)
    Jacobo Constante LHP (D)
    Carlos Rodriguez LHP (V)Signed by the Cubs for a $120,000 signing bonus
    Havid Burgos LHP (D)Signed by Tampa
    Julian Higuera LHP (V)
    Jose Ruiz C (V) Signed by the Padres 1.2 M
    Marc Malave C (V)Signed with Cubs 1.5 M
    Jose Garcia C ((V) signed by the Mets for high 6 figures
    Jose Godoy C (V) Signed by the Cardinals for $200,000
    Alvaro Noriega C (Col)Signed by the yankees$175,000
    Dionis Rodriguez C (D)Signed by the Mets.$185,000 bonus
    Richard Nunez C (D)
    Derek Capetillo C (V)
    Luis Lara C (V)Signed with the Royals mid 5 figures
    Pablo Urena C (Pan)
    Roniel Demorizi SS (D)Signed with Toronto for $105,000 signing bonus
    Yairo Dias-Munoz SS (D)Signed by the A's for a $280,000 bonus
    Dawel Lugo SS (D)Signs with Toronto for 1.3M
    Ruben Rodriguez SS (D)
    Adalberto Mondesi SS (D) Signed with the Royals 2M
    Dorsys Paulino SS (D) Signed by the Indians for 1.1M
    Sammy Vasquez SS (D)
    Luis Reynoso SS (D)Signed with the Astros for $700,000
    Warner Franco SS (D)Signed with Colorado for $600,000
    Angel Ruiz SS (D)
    Genao Bolivar SS (D)
    Rainer Flores SS (D)Signed by the Red Sox for a $900,000 bonus
    Cesar Gutierrez SS (D)
    Jose Martinez SS (D)signed by the Mets.
    Jean Carlos Encarnacion SS (D)
    Carlos Beloni SS (D)
    Albert Chavez SS (V)
    Bill Pujols SS (D)
    Angelo Castellano SS (V)signed by the Royals.
    Arturo Michalena SS (V)Signed with Houston$220,000
    Miguel Andujar 3B ((D)Signed with the Yankees for $700,000
    Angel Yente 3B (D)Signed by Seatle for $225,000
    Adelen Santa 3B (D)Signed by the Tigers $750,000
    Ricardo Mercano 3B (V)Signed by the Chicago Cubs.
    Joan Urena 3B (D)signed with the Mets for a $425,000 bonus
    Ronald Soto 3B (D)
    Johan Herrera 3B (D)
    Enrique Flores 3B (D)
    Miguel Mercedes 3B (D)
    Jimmy Perez 3B (D)
    Ronald Gusman OF (D)Signed by the Rangers 3.5M
    Elier Hernandez OF (D)Signed by the Royals 3M+
    Normar Mazara OF (D) Signed by Texas 5M
    Hersin Martinez OF (D)signed by Seatle for a $1.1M bonus
    Franmil Reyes OF (D)Signed by the padres
    Manuel Marcos OF (D)Sign with the Red Sox for $800,000
    Jesus Gonzalez OF (V)Signed with Toronto for 1.2M
    Anthony Santader OF (V)Signed by the Indians $385,000
    Balfi Munoz OF (D)
    Harold Ramirez OF (COL)Signed by Pirates 1.05M
    Wilmer Becera OF (V) Signed with Toronto for 1.3M
    Carlos Tocci OF (V)Signed by the phillies for $759,000 bonus
    Carlos Valdez OF (D)Signed with the Giants for $325,000
    Junior Santana OF (D)Signed by the Brewers for $110,000
    Alvie James OF (Pan)
    John Mora OF (D)
    Jose Leal OF (V)Signed by Seatle 1.9M
    Samber Pimentel OF (D)Signed by Oakland for$160,000 bonus
    Jose Rodriguez OF (D)
    Elvis Escobar OF (V)Signed by the Pirates for $575,000 bonus
    Ramon Loaiza OF (V)
    Jeffrey Martinez OF (D)
    Amael Gonzalez OF (Pan)
    Victor Medina OF (V)
    Junior Amarante OF (D)
    Emanuel Salas OF (D)
    Vladimir Almanzar (D)
    Losif Bernal OF (Pan) Signed by the Braves for 230,000
    Eduar Pinto OF (V)Signed with Texas for low 6 figures.
    Amael Sanchez OF (Pan)
    Eddy Sanchez 2B (D)
    Jose Jordan) 2B (V)
    Dennis Hurtatte 1B (Gua)
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    I have reported of the heavy interest of the Red Sox about Mexican RHP Roberto Osuma, however the Red Sox where not among the organizations last weekend who saw Osuma throw his final tune-up before the July second signing date.

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    In a note not related to scouting indirectly but very important in player development the Red Sox and Venezuela's Margarita Braves (Of the Venezuelan Winter league) signed a agreement earlier this week that will allow the Sox to have a team on the Paralela (League for rookies) Winter league. The Red Sox have been away from Venezuela for the last few years. the agreement is for two years with options and the Red Sox also will be sending players to the Margarita Club for their regular Winter league. In addition both organizations will be working together in scouting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scaffolds View Post
    This is my final board of International baseball prospects for the early phase of International signing. Players from the Dominican, Venezuela, Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Curacao and Guatemala. The board contains 110 players (all 16 yrs reportly), 30 RHP, 7 LHP, 30 outfielders, 20 SS, 10 third baseman, 10 catchers 2 second baseman and 1 first baseman. its ranked by position as scouts projects them, by no means this will be the only players signed out of Latin American, there are others wo could had been in the list, but i don't have solid information on them.

    The International Prospect board:

    Victor Sanchez RHP (V)
    Roberto Osuma RHP (M)
    Manuel "Masetta" Gonzalez RHP (D)
    Jonathan Perez RHP (V)
    Wally Vrolejk RHP (Curacao)
    Mauricio Silva RHP (V)
    Franklyn Pimentel RHP (D)
    ...
    Any relation between Franklyn Pimentel and the Sox' Stolmy?
    Watching Derek Jeter make 40 defensive plays and then watching Adam Everett make 40 defensive plays at the same position is sort of like watching video of Barbara Bush dancing at the White House, and then watching Demi Moore dancing in Striptease. (Bill James)

    Dustin Pedroia doesn't have the strength or bat speed to hit major-league pitching consistently, and he has no power. If he can continue to hit .260 or so, he'll be useful, and he probably has a future as a backup infielder. (Keith Law)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Therwil Flyer View Post
    Any relation between Franklyn Pimentel and the Sox' Stolmy?
    Sorry, don't know if they are related, Pimentel is a common last name in the Dominican.

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