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Prospect #4 - OF Andrew Lambo

His final statistical line .256/11/61 at Chattanooga in 2009 would probably engender only mild excitement had you not noticed the name that went with it and the outfielders age. Andrew Lambo, at age 20, held his own in the Southern League at an age that many players are just completing their sophomore year.

In his first two seasons he scorched his way through the Dodgers system, hitting .343 in the Gulf Coast League at age 18 and the following season he battered Midwest League pitching and, promoted to Double-A Jacksonville, had posted a .389 average and a 1.171 on-base plus slugging. That saddled him with the toughest handicap of all, the curse of "potential," a weight under which many remarkable... Recommended Stories

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