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Best of the System: The Top 5 Catchers

The Diamondbacks minor league system is generally considered middle of the pack among Major League Clubs, but don't blame the backstops for that. The Diamondbacks have an embarrassment of riches at catcher, with two rookies battling for the big league club's starting job, two more who are knocking on the door and at least two more prospects at lower levels. Every Tuesday we'll debut the Top Five at a new position, but this week our <b>Best of the System</b> rankings start with the catchers.

#5)  Corey Myers was the #4 overall pick by the Diamondbacks in the 1999 draft.  A much heralded shortstop coming out of Casa Grande, AZ he was moved to third base after one year in the Diamondbacks system.  After two unspectacular seasons at third he started splitting time between third and first base, and in '03 he spent most of the season at first, but his power production has never projected... Recommended Stories

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