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MiLB Ranks Joba #5

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Not a lot of new info here for Yankee fans.

112.1IP, 169K, a batting average against under .200.
Yep, he belongs at the top of the rotation.

Hughes wasn't ranked because he's no longer a rookie. But before the season he was considered dead even with Reds prospect Homer Bailey, the #9 player on the list.

Check out the entire top 50- it's a great way to get introduced to the minor leagues.  It's also a pretty good preview of the 2010 All-Star Ballot.