The Sacramento River Cats are on the verge of winning yet another division title and continuing…
Mid-Season Review: A's Prospects 1-10
Stats good through Thursday, August 14, 2008 10. Chris Carter For most of this season, Carter has quietly been the A's top offensive performer in the minor leagues. With the exception of a horrific May during which he posted a 630 OPS, Carter has posted at least a 914 OPS in every month this season. In June, he had a 1166 OPS and he is OPSing 1323 through the first 12 games of August. Carter has obliterated the Stockton Ports' franchise-record for homeruns in a single season (he has 35 and counting) and could be the Ports' all-time career leader by the end of the season despite having only played one year with the team. The 21-year-old has 98 RBIs and counting and a 961 OPS in 119 games this season. Carter, who came over from the Diamondbacks in the Dan Haren trade, is arguably the brightest right-handed hitting power prospect the A's have had since a certain red-headed former USC infielder was making his way through the system. Carter doesn't have Mark McGwire's skills with...
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