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Oakland A's Minor League Depth Chart: 3B

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Last March, the Oakland A's locked up budding superstar third baseman Eric Chavez with a six-year/$66 million contract. In doing so, the A's solidified their third base position for years to come. Last season, Oakland traded their top third base prospect, Mark Teahen, leaving third base as one of the system's thinnest positions. Despite the lack of depth, Oakland still has some talent at the third base position. Here is a look at the A's top third base prospects.

Editor's Note: This list is intended to demonstrate the player's status as a prospect in the A's system and is not reflective of how close the player is to appearing in the major leagues. 1) Brian Snyder, 6'0'', 195 When Brian Snyder was drafted by the Oakland A's in the first round of the 2003 draft, he made a little history as the highest position player draft pick ever to come out of Stetson...

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