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I like your list.  I would add Ryan to the list and as much as i like Canterino, maybe drop him to #10.  I might put Ryan as high as #3 ahead of Jordy Blaze, because Ryan is further along and will "arrive" ahead of Balazovic.

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So many injuries! Calling Balazovic healthy ignores that he missed about two months of this season. The only player who has been healthy and in the Twins’ system all year is Miranda. 

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22 hours ago, stringer bell said:

So many injuries! Calling Balazovic healthy ignores that he missed about two months of this season. The only player who has been healthy and in the Twins’ system all year is Miranda. 

I thought it was just a month? I said “most” the year, alluding to the injury.

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I like it, I would swap Miranda and Duran.

IMO, Duran is still young enough to be considered a prospect, the pitchers after him are getting a bit old for me to be considered top prospects, doesn't mean they won't be great, I just think pitchers that are going to be good to great starters have gotten their feet wet by age 24 or before. I get it, Covid,

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On 8/29/2021 at 6:24 PM, mikelink45 said:

I really do not care what level they are at, just bring up some healthy arms and let them show us what we have.

Would you teach calculus to third graders?

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On 8/29/2021 at 10:44 AM, Danchat said:

I thought it was just a month? I said “most” the year, alluding to the injury.

In a month you can lose the pennant

one month out of a year you can get away with most. Missing a month is not playing most of the season. 

Darn nit picky people on the internet

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9 hours ago, old nurse said:

Would you teach calculus to third graders?

Actually yes, if I understood it myself.  Some third graders have an amazing grasp on math.  get-ready-for-calculus-in-third-grade-kids  This article might give you an idea why.  Of course the inverse of your question is - would you have made Ken Griffey Jr go through the steps of minor leagues?

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3 hours ago, mikelink45 said:

Actually yes, if I understood it myself.  Some third graders have an amazing grasp on math.  get-ready-for-calculus-in-third-grade-kids  This article might give you an idea why.  Of course the inverse of your question is - would you have made Ken Griffey Jr go through the steps of minor leagues?

The talent level of the pitchers in the Twins’ system  is nowhere near the talent level of Griffey as a position player

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4 hours ago, old nurse said:

The talent level of the pitchers in the Twins’ system  is nowhere near the talent level of Griffey as a position player

Does that mean you would not teach calculus to a third grader?

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4 hours ago, mikelink45 said:

Does that mean you would not teach calculus to a third grader?

In regards to many of the starter or relievers in the Twins system who are not also injured, Is it that you do not accept the notion that you do not ask people to do what they are not capable of or is it that you have some other issue. If it is the latter, just PM me

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5 hours ago, old nurse said:

In regards to many of the starter or relievers in the Twins system who are not also injured, Is it that you do not accept the notion that you do not ask people to do what they are not capable of or is it that you have some other issue. If it is the latter, just PM me

I will stop there.  I just enjoyed the give and take.

 

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