Category Archives: Bulls for the ‘Pen

Bulls for the ‘Pen: Oakland Athletics

Athletics' LHP Prospect Jeff Urlaub (Photo Courtesy: MiLB.com)

Athletics’ LHP Prospect Jeff Urlaub
(Photo Courtesy: MiLB.com)

In the latest in a thirty-part series (yeesh!) that will henceforth be published twice weekly on Tuesday and Thursday, We will be looking around baseball at potential bullpen vacancies and the internal candidates that each organization has in the upper levels of their systems to fill those vacancies. We’re hoping to expose some fresh faces that should see plenty of action in 2014 barring injuries or roster screwery and in doing so provide a bit of a relief summary for each organization’s upper minors. Without further ado, we’ll get moving onto the Oakland Athletics and Jeff Urlaub.

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Bulls for the ‘Pen: Toronto Blue Jays

Toronto Blue Jays RHP Prospect John Stilson (Photo Courtesy: MiLB.com)

Toronto Blue Jays RHP Prospect John Stilson
(Photo Courtesy: MiLB.com)

In the latest in a thirty-part series (yeesh!) that will henceforth be published twice weekly on Tuesday and Thursday, We will be looking around baseball at potential bullpen vacancies and the internal candidates that each organization has in the upper levels of their systems to fill those vacancies. We’re hoping to expose some fresh faces that should see plenty of action in 2014 barring injuries or roster screwery and in doing so provide a bit of a relief summary for each organization’s upper minors. Without further ado, we’ll get moving onto the Toronto Blue Jays and John Stilson.

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Bulls for the ‘Pen: Arizona Diamondbacks

Newcomer to the D'Backs RHP Matt Stites will be pressing a crowded 2014 bullpen for a spot. (Photo: Stacie Scott/azcentral sports)

Newcomer to the D’Backs RHP Matt Stites will be pressing a crowded 2014 bullpen for a spot.
(Photo: Stacie Scott/azcentral sports)

In the latest in a thirty-part series (yeesh!), We will be looking around baseball at potential bullpen vacancies and the internal candidates that each organization has in the upper levels of their systems to fill those vacancies. We’re hoping to expose some fresh faces that should see plenty of action in 2014 barring injuries or roster screwery and in doing so provide a bit of a relief summary for each organization’s upper minors. Without further ado, we’ll get moving onto the Arizona Diamondbacks.

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Bulls for the ‘Pen: Kansas City Royals

Royals LHP Donnie Joseph made it count in 5.2 MLB innings in 2013. Can he crack the tightly woven Royals 'pen in 2014? (Photo: Competeeveryday.com)

Royals LHP Donnie Joseph made it count in 5.2 MLB innings in 2013; Can he crack the tightly woven Royals ‘pen in 2014?
(Photo: Competeeveryday.com)

In the latest in a thirty-part series (yeesh!), We will be looking around baseball at potential bullpen vacancies and the internal candidates that each organization has in the upper levels of their systems to fill those vacancies. We’re hoping to expose some fresh faces that should see plenty of action in 2014 barring injuries or roster screwery and in doing so provide a bit of a relief summary for each organization’s upper minors. Without further ado, we’ll get moving onto the Kansas City Royals.

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Bulls for the ‘Pen: Los Angeles Dodgers

We look at a pair of young arms impressing their way into Brandon League's job. (Photo: Getty Images)

We look at a pair of young arms impressing their way into Brandon League’s job.
(Photo: Getty Images)

In the latest in a thirty-part series (yeesh!), We will be looking around baseball at potential bullpen vacancies and the internal candidates that each organization has in the upper levels of their systems to fill those vacancies. We’re hoping to expose some fresh faces that should see plenty of action in 2014 barring injuries or roster screwery and in doing so provide a bit of a relief summary for each organization’s upper minors. Without further ado, we’ll get moving onto the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Bulls for the ‘Pen: Atlanta Braves

LHP Alex Wood was a beacon of light and a huge reason for the Braves' bullpen success in 2013. Who is behind him on the depth chart for '14? (Photo: Getty Images)

LHP Alex Wood was a beacon of light and a huge reason for the Braves’ bullpen success in 2013. Who is behind him on the depth chart for ’14?
(Photo: Getty Images)

In the latest in a thirty-part series (yeesh!), We will be looking around baseball at potential bullpen vacancies and the internal candidates that each organization has in the upper levels of their systems to fill those vacancies. We’re hoping to expose some fresh faces that should see plenty of action in 2014 barring injuries or roster screwery and in doing so provide a bit of a relief summary for each organization’s upper minors. Without further ado, we’ll get moving onto the Atlanta Braves.

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Bulls for the ‘Pen: Baltimore Orioles

LHP Mike Belfiore aims to crack the O's 2014 roster. (Photo: Getty Images)

LHP Mike Belfiore aims to crack the O’s 2014 roster after posting good numbers in AAA.
(Photo: Getty Images)

In the latest in a thirty-part series (yeesh!), We will be looking around baseball at potential bullpen vacancies and the internal candidates that each organization has in the upper levels of their systems to fill those vacancies. We’re hoping to expose some fresh faces that should see plenty of action in 2014 barring injuries or roster screwery and in doing so provide a bit of a relief summary for each organization’s upper minors. Without further ado, we’ll get moving onto the Baltimore Orioles.

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Bulls for the ‘Pen: Boston Red Sox

Red Sox RHP Prospect Allen Webster came along as part of a salary dump, but projects to be an impact reliever for the Sox in 2014. (Photo credit – Brita Meng Outzen)

Red Sox RHP Prospect Allen Webster came along as part of a salary dump, but projects to be an impact reliever for the Sox in 2014.
(Photo credit – Brita Meng Outzen)

In the first of a thirty-part series (yeesh!), We will be looking around baseball at potential bullpen vacancies and the internal candidates that each organization has in the upper levels of their systems to fill those vacancies. We’re hoping to expose some fresh faces that should see plenty of action in 2014 barring injuries or roster screwery and in doing so provide a bit of a relief summary for each organization’s upper minors. Without further ado, we’ll start with this years World Series champion: the Boston Red Sox.

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