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Making The Pieces Fit

For a farm director, putting together his organization’s minor league rosters is a bit like putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Once the general manager narrows the major league roster down to 25 players, each farm director has to allocate 24 players to his Triple-A team, 24 to his Double-A squad, 25 to high Class A and 25 to low Class A. It’s up to the general manager and the scouting department to acquire the pieces; it’s the farm director’s job to put that 98-piece puzzle together. And sometimes the pieces need to be forced into spots where they don’t quite seem to fit.

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Minors | #2008 #Prospect Pulse

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