The Top Five Shortstops Premium Story


By James Renwick
Managing Editor
Date: Mar 22, 2006

Shortstop is a no-middle-ground spot for the Diamondbacks. It's either the hardest or easiest position to rank. Depth is the name of the game, with as many as eight legit prospects in the D'Backs system. Why so hard then? Simply put, because no matter how many solid prospects are in the system, there's only one shortstop on the field. One of the Diamondbacks biggest challenges this season, and for seasons to come, will be determining who stays at the infield captain spot.

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