Ranaudo lone Red Sox prospect on BA list

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    That stat is not all that significant to me because these lists are in a constant state of flux and only a small % of the prospects ever make it.  We've got a recent callup, Reddick, 21 for 54 now, and we've got Weiland starting against the Birds tomorrow.
     
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    [QUOTE]That stat is not all that significant to me because these lists are in a constant state of flux and only a small % of the prospects ever make it.  We've got a recent callup, Reddick, 21 for 54 now, and we've got Weiland starting against the Birds tomorrow.
    Posted by Hfxsoxnut[/QUOTE]
    Most teams are watching how their Josh Reddicks and Kyle Weilands develop.

    Seattle outfielder Greg Halman, who is six months younger than Reddick, has been 16-for-52 since his call-up on June 5. Neither Reddick nor Halman made a Baseball America list this season, although Reddick was ranked No. 75 on the 2010 preseason list and Halman No. 57 in 2009.

    Weiland's counterpart on the Mariners might be former first-round draft pick Blake Beavan, who has posted two quality starts since his call-up last Sunday to replace Erik Bedard in the Seattle rotation. Beavan is more than two years younger than Weiland.
     

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