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By The Numbers: 6 Top A's Pitching Prospects

How good is Trevor Cahill? Very.

Even before adding Sean Gallagher, the Oakland A's boasted one of the largest collections of young pitching talent of any organization in baseball. In the latest edition of "By the Numbers," Nathaniel Stoltz takes a closer statistical look at six of the A's top pitching prospects to see how their numbers translate into projections for the future.

While all the focus in the last week seems to be on Dominican signee Michel Inoa, the A's also have several high-profile prospects who are further along in their development. Perhaps the most well-known are righties Trevor Cahill, Craig Italiano, Vince Mazzaro and Henry Rodriguez and lefties Gio Gonzalez and Brett Anderson. In this column, we'll examine the careers of the six and see just how good... Recommended Stories

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