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Mid-Season Review: A's Prospects 10-1

Parker went from Triple-A to the bigs in a flash.

During the off-season, we named our top-50 prospects in the Oakland A's system. Now that we have passed the midway point of the season, we thought it would be a good time to check the progress of those players. In the last in our series, we take a look at the progress of prospects 10-1 from our off-season list.

Note: this is not a re-ranking of current prospects. A new top-50 prospects list will be released this off-season. 10. Ian Krol After Krol missed virtually the entire 2011 season with an arm injury and a suspension, the hope was that the left-hander would be able to pick-up where he left off in 2010, when he was a Midwest League post-season All-Star. Things haven't gone that smoothly for Krol...

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