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Post-2004 Prospect Review: Los Angeles
by Tim Polko

Today's Fantasy Rx

Prospects with Double-Digit Upside
Likely 2005 September Call-ups
Potential Reserve Help
Minor League Draft Picks
Organization Rankings
Los Angeles' Top 15 Fantasy Prospects

Prospects with Double-Digit Upside

Yhency Brazoban, 24, RH Reliever
6-2 on a 27:15 K:BB in 32.2 IP over 31 G
with 25 H, 2 HR, a .69 G-F, and a 2.48 ERA for Los Angeles.
2-0 and 1 Save on a 17:1 K:BB in 12.1 IP over 10 G
with 14 H, 1 HR, and a 2.19 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).
4-4 and 13 Saves on a 61:22 K:BB in 51 IP over 37 G
with 38 H, 4 HR, and a 2.65 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).

The young flamethrower emerged as an extremely capable replacement for another converted position player, Guillermo Mota, following the veteran's trade to Florida in July. Brazoban dominated in over half his outings, only occasionally struggled, and appears likely to remain a very useful set-up man for Eric Gagne despite flyball and control problems. He clearly needs to prove nothing in the minors, so expect Brazoban to spend all of 2005 at the end of the Dodgers' bullpen, making him a superb choice for owners who target safe middle relievers with significant short and long-term upside.

Edwin Jackson, 21, RH Starter
2-1 on a 16:11 K:BB in 24.2 IP over 5 GS(8G)
with 31 H, 7 HR, a 1.16 G-F, and a 7.30 ERA for Los Angeles.
6-4 on a 70:55 K:BB in 90.2 IP over 19 GS
with 90 H, 4 HR, and a 5.86 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Jackson qualifies as a likely Rookie of the Year contender in 2005, however massive command difficulties and health problems led to his worst year as a professional. Fortunately, he only turned 21 in September and suffered primarily from a lack of consistency. If Jackson appears healthy and registers respectable strikeout and walk rates in the spring, he should break camp in the Dodgers' rotation and stand a good chance to register double-digit value despite his difficulties this summer.

Cody Ross, 23, OF-R
65/238 for .273/.328/.538 with 14 HR, 49 RBI, 44 R, 2/2 SB%,
and an 18:43 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Acquired at the end of spring training for Steve Colyer and cash, Ross demonstrated good power but lost much of the season to extended DL trips to a broken left hand in May and broken right wrist in August. Given his questionable plate discipline, Ross no longer appears the favorite to win a bench job in the spring thanks to the improved organizational depth of the Dodgers. Now, a great spring could result in Ross pushing Jayson Werth for playing time, and Ross also possesses the offensive skill set necessary to produce respectable numbers given regular at-bats. However, unless you see him demolishing pitches during camp, don't consider Ross for more than a late-round pick.

Likely 2005 September Call-ups

Willy Aybar, 21, 2B-S
133/482 for .276/.346/.425 with 15 HR, 77 RBI, 56 R, 8/18 SB%,
and a 50:77 BB:K for AA Jacksonville(SL).

The left side of the future Dodgers' infield looks rather crowded, leaving Aybar likely only opposing Andy LaRoche for the starting second base job. Aybar handled the shift across the diamond quite nicely, committing only 15 errors in 125 games. His plate discipline improved this season as he posted the best overall marks of his big league career in his first appearance above A-ball. Nothing here causes me much concern other than the general belief that Aybar won't develop into a star. Feel free to select him in deeper leagues with the knowledge that he should spend the second half of the decade posting solid stats in the Los Angeles lineup.

Chad Billingsley, 20, RH Starter
4-0 on a 47:22 K:BB in 42.1 IP over 8 GS
with 32 H, 1 HR, and a 2.98 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).
7-4 on an 111:49 K:BB in 92 IP over 18 GS
with 68 H, 6 HR, and a 2.35 ERA for A+ Vero Beach(FSL).

While Billingsley likely will spend one more full season in the minors since the Dodgers won't need to protect him on the 40-man roster until the 2006 Rule 5 draft, injuries in the majors could cause Los Angeles to promote him ahead of schedule. He largely dominated the Florida State League, however increasing control problems indicate he probably needs two more years of seasoning. Drafting Billingsley isn't a terrible idea in deep leagues due to his long-term upside, but don't expect him to contribute significantly in the majors sooner than the second half of 2006.

Chin-Feng Chen, 27, OF-R
0/8 for .000/.200/.000 with 0 HR, 1 R, 0/0 SB%,
and a 2:3 BB:K for Los Angeles.
89/308 for .289/.359/.584 with 20 HR, 65 RBI, 59 R, 6/8 SB%,
and a 35:78 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Chen remains a productive AAAA player unlikely to emerge as more than a bench option in the majors, but after three solid seasons at Las Vegas, he deserves the chance to contribute as a big league reserve. Feel free to roster Chen if he begins echoing these marks in semi-regular playing time for the Dodgers.

Joel Guzman, 20, SS-R
51/182 for .280/.325/.522 with 9 HR, 35 RBI, 25 R, 1/3 SB%,
and a 13:44 BB:K for AA Jacksonville(SL).
101/329 for .307/.349/.550 with 14 HR, 51 RBI, 52 R, 8/13 SB%,
and a 21:78 BB:K for A+ Vero Beach(FSL).

Considering Guzman only turned 20 two weeks ago, his demonstrated power potential as a teenager in the Southern league ranks with the most impressive accomplishments of any prospect this year. While he committed 20 errors in 131 games and appears likely to shift to a corner position, Los Angeles will make room for him as soon as he completes his apprenticeship in the upper minors. Guzman owns significant long-term upside, so although questionable plate discipline might slow his development to some extent, I see no reason he eventually shouldn't emerge as a dynamic offensive force.

Joel Hanrahan, 23, RH Starter
7-7 on a 97:75 K:BB in 119.1 IP over 22 GS(25G)
with 128 H, 22 HR, and a 5.05 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Hanrahan entered the year as one of the Dodgers' top three pitching prospects and finished the season with some of the most disappointing numbers in the upper minors. However, he remains rather young, maintained a solid strikeout rate, and easily could rebound, especially provided with the support enjoyed by most pitchers in Los Angeles. Don't draft him in the spring, but at least occasionally monitor Hanrahan's numbers to see if he warrants adding as soon as he reaches the majors.

Ryan Ketchner, 22, RH Starter
0-0 on a 4:0 K:BB in 7 IP over 1 GS
with 5 H, 1 HR, and a 1.29 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).
8-7 on a 98:36 K:BB in 119.1 IP over 21 GS
with 118 H, 10 HR, and a 3.02 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).

Swiped for Jolbert Cabrera at the end of camp, Ketchner remained quite effective in his first extended look above A-ball. While his dominance decreased, maintaining solid skills after another promotion gives him a very good chance to develop into a useful big leaguer. You shouldn't roster him anywhere now, but Ketchner might warrant fantasy consideration as soon he reaches the majors if he continues developing.

James Loney, 20, 1B-L
94/395 for .238/.314/.327 with 4 HR, 35 RBI, 39 R, 5/10 SB%,
and a 42:75 BB:K for AA Jacksonville(SL).

Another round of injuries and ineffectiveness limited his development, however Loney at least maintained decent plate discipline despite entering the AA season as a teenager. He still owns significant long-term upside, and the presence of Hee Seop Choi gives Loney time to develop in the upper minors. Expect two more years of gradual improvement in the upper minors before Loney emerges as the Los Angeles first baseman, so try to roster him now before his approaching average surge drives his value significantly upward.

Russell Martin, 21, C-R
104/416 for .250/.366/.421 with 15 HR, 64 RBI, 74 R, 9/14 SB%,
and a 71:54 BB:K for A+ Vero Beach(FSL).

Although you should only consider Martin in very deep leagues, his success since converting to catcher two years ago ranks him as the most promising young catcher in the system following the trade of Koyie Hill. Martin only managed a .250 BA, but his .17 walk rate and .87 contact rate rank as excellent marks for a young batter regardless of position. I hesitate to recommend him outright since he should spend at least two more years in the minors, but if you want to draft a young catcher with upside, Martin interests me more than almost any other backstop below AA.

Matt Merricks, 22, LH Starter
1-3 on a 27:11 K:BB in 22 IP over 5 GS(6G)
with 26 H, 4 HR, and a 4.91 ERA for AA Greenville(SL).
5-3 on a 67:24 K:BB in 73.1 IP over 12 GS(13G)
with 61 H, 4 HR, and a 3.31 ERA for A+ Myrtle Beach(Car).
2-2 on a 16:10 K:BB in 26 IP over 5 GS(6G)
with 30 H, 2 HR, and a 3.12 ERA for A+ Vero Beach(FSL).

Acquired from Atlanta for Tom Martin, Merricks appears unlikely to challenge for a big league roster spot in the next couple of years. Of course, consistently strong strikeout rates give him excellent long-term potential as a short reliever, so although Merricks merits little attention now, he could reach Los Angeles surprisingly quickly in a different role.

Greg Miller, 20, LH Starter
No 2004 stats.

Miller missed the season despite only requiring arthroscopic shoulder surgery in March to remove a bursa sac. All recent reports indicate that Miller appears fully healthy, although the Dodgers will not rush him next year given his tremendous ceiling. The 2002 1st round pick compiled a 151:48 K:BB in 143 IP between A+ Vero Beach(FSL) and AA Jacksonville(SL) last year, which ranks him with any left-handed prospect in the game despite his injury. I see no reason not to rank Miller very high on your minor league draft list since he still possesses significant upside and could reach Los Angeles by mid-season.

Franquelis Osoria, 23, RH Reliever
0-0 on a 3:1 K:BB in 8.1 IP over 4 G
with 13 H, 0 HR, and a 6.48 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).
8-5 and 5 Saves on a 73:18 K:BB in 81 IP over 51 G
with 71 H, 2 HR, and a 3.67 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).

Impressive work at Jacksonville makes Osoria an excellent candidate for a mid-season call-up net year. He owns solid skills across-the-board, and consistently solid control gives him minimum downside. Feel free to roster Osoria if he posts a few good outings upon reaching the majors.

Steve Schmoll, 24, RH Reliever
0-2 and 2 Saves on an 18:7 K:BB in 19.2 IP over 11 G
with 14 H, 0 HR, and a 1.83 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).
3-3 and 10 Saves on a 58:18 K:BB in 65 IP over 37 G
with 57 H, 0 HR, and a 1.80 ERA for A+ Vero Beach(FSL).

The submariner excelled in his first full minor league season. He maintained excellent control, very good strikeout rates, and never allowed a single homer. Yes, his hit rate remains a little high given his otherwise dominant numbers, but Schmoll clearly possesses the skills to retain his effectiveness in the upper minors. Expect him to receive a cup-of-coffee next fall before competing for a big league bullpen job the following spring, giving Paul DePodesta a chance to repeat the success he enjoyed with Chad Bradford on Oakland.

Potential Reserve Help

Rick Bell, 25, 3B/1B-R
139/460 for .302/.336/.463 with 12 HR, 54 RBI, 68 R, 7/10 SB%,
and a 23:75 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Remaining at Las Vegas for a third straight season at least resulted in another across-the-board improvement for Bell. However, his limited power potential and unimpressive plate discipline suggest he only merits consideration for big league reserve roles. Don't expect the minor league free agent to contribute in the majors in the near future barring surprising success if given an unexpected opportunity.

Glenn Bott, 23, LH Starter
4-11 on a 120:75 K:BB in 146.1 IP over 27 GS(28G)
with 143 H, 14 HR, and a 4.37 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).

Bott joined the Dodgers when Los Angeles returned Aaron Looper, acquired with Ryan Ketchner for Jolbert Cabrera, headed back to the Mariners. The southpaw at least remained fairly dominant in his first year above A-ball, however growing control problems soon should force Bott to the bullpen. While I expect him to emerge as no less than an excellent middle reliever, Bott merits no fantasy consideration at this time.

Harold Eckert, 27, RH Swingman
4-3 on a 81:42 K:BB in 83.2 IP over 9 GS(31G)
with 103 H, 14 HR, and a 6.35 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).
2-0 on a 22:5 K:BB in 17 IP over 3 GS
with 14 H, 4 HR, and a 2.65 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).

After heading to Los Angeles from the Mets, Eckert breezed through AA and then at least compiled decent skills at Las Vegas. Of course, hit and homer rate problems sabotaged his ERA and a high walk rate similarly destroyed his WHIP, but hopefully completing his move to the bullpen will reduce Eckert's downside. While he doesn't merit much fantasy consideration now, I see enough upside here to keep him in mind if he impresses in 2005.

Brian Falkenborg, 26, RH Swingman
1-0 on an 11:9 K:BB in 14.1 IP over 6 G
with 19 H, 2 HR, a 1.75 G-F, and a 7.54 ERA for Los Angeles.
4-6 and 1 Save on an 87:25 K:BB in 89 IP over 16 GS(18G)
with 104 H, 17 HR, and a 6.17 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

While I like Falkenbrg a lot give his consistently solid command, a growing injury history and increasing homer problems render him fairly useless at the moment. The minor league free agent needs to post solid across-the-board skills over a full season between AAA and the majors before you should consider him in any reasonably shallow league.

Tom Farmer, 25, RH Reliever
7-7 and 3 Saves on a 70:34 K:BB in 82.1 IP over 7 GS(47G)
with 105 H, 9 HR, and a 4.59 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Farmer shifted to the bullpen as expected, developing more dominance and playing fairly well despite a hostile environment for pitchers. While he probably needs at least one more year before emerging as a big league contributor, Farmer owns intriguing long-term upside, especially as a member of the Dodgers' bullpen.

Jose Flores, 31, 2B/3B-R
1/4 for .250/.400/.250 with 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 R, 0/0 SB%,
and a 1:2 BB:K for Los Angeles.
100/319 for .313/.407/.448 with 7 HR, 51 RBI, 64 R, 6/8 SB%,
and a 49:30 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

I hoped his move to the Dodgers might provide Flores with the opportunity denied him in Oakland, but he somehow failed to earn a spot on the Los Angeles bench. Of course, Flores lacks more than a semblance of power potential, but strong averages supported by superb plate discipline make him one of the safest options in the minors. Feel free to roster Flores if he ever secures a spot as a big league reserve.

Luis A. Garcia, 26, 1B-R
156/497 for .314/.352/.584 with 32 HR, 95 RBI, 76 R, 1/2 SB%,
and a 32:104 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Allowed to depart last winter as a minor league free agent by Cleveland, Garcia bettered his total homers from the previous two seasons in Las Vegas. He also demonstrated improved plate discipline, however Garcia still didn't convince the Dodgers to purchase his contract, leaving him as one of the more intriguing minor league free agents once again. Of course, given Garcia's historical contact problems, don't roster him until he begins contributing in the majors.

Brian Myrow, 28, 1B-L
44/164 for .268/.365/.433 with 3 HR, 15 RBI, 28 R, 3/7 SB%,
and a 23:37 BB:K for AAA Columbus(IL).
55/153 for .359/.444/.601 with 6 HR, 29 RBI, 29 R, 2/5 SB%,
and a 21:47 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Myrow joined the Dodgers as the Tanyon Sturtze PTBN, finally finding an organization that apparently appreciates his nearly one-dimensional offensive skills. With a career on-base percentage well over .400, Myrow merits no less than a long look in camp as a bench player. While I don't expect him to emerge as a big league regular, Myrow also could emerge as a viable fantasy option very quickly due to the stability provided by his plate discipline.

T.J. Nall, 24, RH Starter
8-9 on a 123:36 K:BB in 143.1 IP over 20 GS(32G)
with 146 H, 19 HR, and a 4.14 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).

Good command should keep Nall rising up the minor league ladder, especially when his strikeout rate also improved upon his promotion out of A-ball. While fantasy owners need to wait until Nall reaches the majors before targeting him, a fairly respectable overall skill set makes Nall worth occasionally monitoring in reasonably deep leagues.

Jason Repko, 23, OF-R
94/302 for .311/.355/.493 with 7 HR, 41 RBI, 55 R, 13/18 SB%,
and an 18:57 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).
55/189 for .291/.341/.466 with 6 HR, 19 RBI, 26 R, 10/15 SB%,
and a 13:43 BB:K for AA Jacksonville(SL).

The 37th overall pick of the 1999 draft produced the best marks of his career in his sixth season as a professional. Repko appears ready to compete for a bench job in the spring, and his respectable speed skills keep him intriguing for fantasy owners despite questionable plate discipline. Although you should wait until Repko actually reaches the majors before rostering him anywhere, his relative youth and long-term upside should insure he receives a look somewhere in the next few years.

Henri Stanley, 26, OF-L
49/164 for .299/.383/.470 with 3 HR, 17 RBI, 30 R, 2/4 SB%,
and a 23:27 BB:K for AAA Pawtucket(IL).
50/189 for .265/.325/.439 with 5 HR, 24 RBI, 24 R, 3/4 SB%,
and a 17:36 BB:K between AAA Portland(PCL) and AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Houston, San Diego, and Boston all dumped Stanley within the past thirteen months, but given his plate discipline and previously demonstrated power potential, I see why the Dodgers grabbed him for Dave Roberts. Unfortunately, Los Angeles already fields a reasonably deep outfield, and the return to health by Cody Ross creates even less room for Stanley. While he shouldn't hurt you as roster filler, he appears very unlikely to emerge as more than an occasional big league starter.

Nick Theodorou, 29, OF-S
83/294 for .282/.368/.391 with 4 HR, 32 RBI, 47 R, 9/16 SB%,
and a 36:36 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

Excellent plate discipline and a decent batting average at least give Theodorou a chance to contribute in the majors. Unfortunately, negligible quantitative skills means he'll never develop into more than a decent reserve.

Derek Thompson, 23, LH Starter
5-7 on a 100:51 K:BB in 118.2 IP over 22 GS
with 132 H, 3 HR, and a 3.72 ERA for AA Jacksonville(SL).

Thompson's return to health following a wasted season after his selection in the 2002 Rule 5 draft partially reasserts his status as a prospect. Although I expect control problems to drive him into the bullpen, he should continue developing and emerge as a viable fantasy option later this decade.

Joe Thurston, 25, 2B-L
3/17 for .176/.167/.353 with 0 HR, 1 RBI, 1 R, 0/0 SB%,
and a 0:5 BB:K for Los Angeles.
90/317 for .284/.356/.394 with 4 HR, 23 RBI, 38 R, 7/9 SB%,
and a 20:46 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

The flailing Thurston barely surpassed his 2003 OPS. He no longer owns decent speed skills, and continually declining plate discipline makes him a BA risk. I see no reason to roster Thurston in any league until he demonstrates the ability to hold a decent average while remaining in the majors in some capacity.

Heath Totten, 26, RH Starter
8-11 on a 93:29 K:BB in 160 IP over 27 GS(28G)
with 212 H, 28 HR, and a 5.40 ERA for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).

An abysmal hit rate in his first AAA tour renders Totten extremely risky until he demonstrates some ability to control the downside created by his hit and homer rates. Yes, he owns excellent control, but even playing for Los Angeles may not reduce these problems, so wait until Totten begins succeeding in the majors before rostering him anywhere.

Shane Victorino, 24, OF-R
47/200 for .235/.278/.335 with 3 HR, 20 RBI, 28 R, 7/9 SB%,
and an 11:37 BB:K for AAA Las Vegas(PCL).
96/293 for .328/.375/.584 with 16 HR, 43 RBI, 70 R, 9/16 SB%,
and a 20:64 BB:K for AA Jacksonville(SL).

Victorino no longer really resembles the 21-year-old prospect who posted a .258/.328/.318 with a 47_49 BB:K and 45/61 SB% in 481 at-bats for Jacksonville two years ago. He now looks more like a power hitter, but his diminished speed skills and plate discipline, as well as his AAA struggles, give us little reason to expect Victorino will contribute in the majors any time soon.

Minor League Draft Picks

Delwyn Young, 22, 2B-S
132/470 for .281/.364/.511 with 22 HR, 85 RBI, 76 R, 11/15 SB%,
and a 57:134 BB:K for A+ Vero Beach(FSL).

Yes, he struggles to make consistent contact and may move to the outfield; waiting until Young succeeds at AA also isn't a bad idea. However, his five-category upside and impressive power potential keep him a viable option in deep keeper leagues. A late-round gamble here could pay off nicely even if only excels for the first-half of 2005.

Aside from players listed above, no other Los Angeles prospect deserves consideration in 2005 fantasy drafts. No Dodger lost his rookie status by exceeding the service time minimum.

Organization Rankings

The combination of a balanced drafting approach and the mere ten-month influence of Paul DePodesta as GM somehow resulted in a system filled with quality prospects at every position and even respectable depth in the upper minors to support the Division Champs. While no single prospect appears ready to emerge as an everyday contributor, and neither Brazoban nor Edwin Jackson should impact many fantasy teams next year, at least a dozen players discussed above should enjoy reasonably lengthy big league careers. I see little reason to avoid quality upper-level position prospects like Aybar, Guzman, and Loney; attempting to steal Greg Miller in a late round similarly intrigues me. More importantly, even if most of these players offer little more than decent in-season trade value in 2005, a couple appears likely to develop into stars, creating excellent opportunities for owners in leagues that allow you to keep players forever.

Current ranking of potentially helpful fantasy depth for teams discussed thus far in 2004, based on both the quality and quantity of players ready to contribute in the majors, as well as consideration of the trade value of minor league draft picks from the lower levels of each system:

1. Colorado Rockies(Atkins, Closser, Barmes, Hawpe, I.Stewart)
2. Minnesota Twins(Bartlett, Kubel, Tiffee, Crain, S.Baker)
3. Oakland Athletics(D.Johnson, Swisher, Blanton, Street)
4. Seattle Mariners(Je.Reed, Choo, J.Strong, Fe.Hernandez)
5. Tampa Bay Devil Rays(Gathright, Kazmir, Delmon Young)
6. Anaheim Angels(McPherson, Kotchman, Callaspo, E.Aybar)
7. Cleveland Indians(F.Cabrera, Denney, F.Gutierrez, Aubrey)
8. Arizona Diamondbacks(C.Snyder, Kroeger, Quentin, C.Jackson)
9. Atlanta Braves(Da.Meyer, J.Capellan, Marte)
10. Texas Rangers(Kinsler, Ad.Gonzalez, C.Young)
11. Los Angeles Dodgers(Brazoban, Ed.Jackson, Loney, Joel Guzman)
12. Florida Marlins(Hermida, Willingham, Stokes)
13. New York Yankees(Halsey, D.Navarro, E.Duncan)
14. Baltimore Orioles(Majewski, W.Young, Maine)
15. Toronto Blue Jays(R.Adams, F.Rosario)
16. Chicago White Sox(W.Valdez, B.McCarthy)
17. Kansas City Royals(Teahen, Den.Bautista, Maier)
18. Houston Astros(C.Burke, Josh Anderson)
19. Boston Red Sox(H.Ramirez, B.Moss)
20. Cincinnati Reds(E.Encarnacion, W.Bergolla)
21. Detroit Tigers(Granderson, Giarratano)
22. Chicago Cubs(DuBois)

Today's Fantasy Rx: With no position player on the 2004 Los Angeles roster particularly likely to remain with the team for the rest of the decade save Cesar Izturis and perhaps Adrian Beltre, Loney, Guzman, Aybar, and Martin all should emerge as solid performers in the majors within the next couple of years. Young pitchers like Edwin Jackson, Greg Miller, and Chad Billinglsey also own the skills necessary to develop into rotation assets, giving the Dodgers a solid and balanced group of prospects. Other than normal concerns regarding potential trades, I see no reason not to invest in a couple of the players discussed above.

Los Angeles' Top 15 Fantasy Prospects for 2005
1. Edwin Jackson, OF
2. Chin-Feng Chen, OF
3. Yhency Brazoban, RP
4. Brian Myrow, 1B
5. Cody Ross, OF
6. James Loney, 1B
7. Joel Guzman, SS
8. Willy Aybar, 2B
9. Delwyn Young, 2B
10. Russell Martin, C
11. Greg Miller, SP
12. Henri Stanley, OF
13. Ryan Ketchner, SP
14. Joel Hanrahan, SP
15. Chad Billingsley, SP

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