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Top D-backs Prospects: Older Position Players

Top D-backs Prospects: Older Position Players

There are many reasons why prospects might be old for the league in which they play. Some elect to finish college before going pro, some suffer injuries and need to play catch-up, and others are stuck behind another prospect who plays the same position. These Arizona Diamondbacks prospects were too old to rank based on their age and statistics, but are talented enough to play in the majors.

OPS+ = On Base Plus Slugging adjusted for league (average player =100)  C Ryan Babineau - 76 OPS+ in 39 PA at Low-A South Bend Ryan Babineau was widely considered the best defensive catcher in the D-backs' organization shortly after he was selected in the 17th-round of the 2008 draft.  The South Bend Silver Hawks were counting on Babineau as both a team leader and someone to...

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