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Oakland A's Top-Prospects: 30-26

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It's that time of the year when we take stock of the Oakland A's organization and analyze the top prospects. For the next few weeks, every Monday and Wednesday will be "Top Prospect List Day", as we will release our top 50 list in groups of five. Today, we continue the series with a review of prospects 30-26.

30. James Shull, SP Shull looked to be on the verge of a breakout season for High-A Stockton when he went down with an elbow injury during his second start of the year. In that start, Shull had struck out 11 batters in only 6.1 innings. He underwent Tommy John surgery in April and missed the rest of the season. Because the injury was so early in the year, Shull should be back on the field during...

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