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Oakland A's Top-50 Prospects: 35-31

Hamblin was a Northwest League All-Star.

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 Tuesday and Thursday will be "Top Prospect List Day," as we will release our top-50 prospect list in groups of five. Today, we continue the series with prospects 35-31.

35. Jeff Gray, RP: Gray led the River Cats in saves. After moving gradually through the A's system as a starting pitcher, Gray has zoomed up through the organization over the past two seasons as a late-inning reliever. He split the 2006 season between Low-A Kane County and High-A Stockton, and then began the 2007 campaign with Double-A Midland. Gray was dominant at that level, not allowing a run...

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