1. Nate Johnston - DH (ML)
The 22 year old, 10th round draft pick from River Ridge High School in Lacey, WA is playing his second full season in AAA and is tearing the league up. Johnston has an average of .314 with an OBP of .392 and 36 home runs.
2. Chick Chase - SP (AAA)
First round pick in season 11, Chase is a hard throwing righty with three above average pitches and a knack for inducing ground balls. Without a fastball, Chick has a few control issues, but he makes up for it with his curveball, slider, and palmball.
3. B.J. Murphy - SP (AA)
The Proud Duck from Oregon State was drafted 16th overall in season 12. This tall, lanky left has the Falcons organization very excited. Barry Jr. has an excellent sinker, hard diving slider, and electrifying forkball that are all thrown with pinpoint accuracy.
4. Cesar Martin - RP (ML)
This Dominican born hurler is having one heck of a year in AAA. Cesar may not throw as hard as some, but he paints the corners with his crisp fastball and knee buckling sinker. In 44 games this season, Martin is posting a minuscule 1.75 ERA with a .97 WHIP to match.
5. Guy Dalrymple - 2B (RL)
The road runner has nothing on this speed demon from Hinesburg, VT. Drafted in the first round this season, Guy Iwouldliketobuyavowel projects to be a clutch hitter vs left handers.
6. Ozzie Callaway - RP (AAA)
6'4" righty, Ozzie Callaway, is having a monster year in AAA. With a fastball in the high 80's complimented by a hard breaking cutter, Ozzie is boasting a 2.91 ERA with a .240 OAV in 43 innings this year.
7. Alex Ulrich - RP (AA)
A-Rich is a third yead player with three very good pitches. He doesn't throw hard, but has average accuracy on his ++fastball, +change up, and 12-6 curveball. ML left hander beware, A-Rich is only a few short seasons from being your worst nightmare.