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  • Rays' Junior Caminero: Finishes strong in Single-A

    Caminero played in 26 Single-A games after being bumped up to Charleston late in the season, hitting .299/.359/.505 with six home runs and five steals. He didn't look out of place in Single-A after starring in rookie ball to open the season. Overall, Caminero put up a .314/.384/.498 batting line with 11 home runs, 12 steals and a 23:43 BB:K over 62 games this season -- a remarkable output from a prospect the Rays got from Cleveland for basically nothing. Still just 18 years old, Caminero has quickly grown into one of Tampa Bay's most intriguing prospects and is a must-roster in dynasty formats.
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  • Rays' Junior Caminero: Showing skills in rookie ball

    Caminero has a .325/.404/.467 batting line with four home runs, seven steals and a 14:18 BB:K through 33 games with the Rays' Florida Complex League affiliate this season. Acquired from Cleveland last winter, the 18-year-old third baseman hasn't flashed a ton of power -- he showed much more of that last year in the Dominican Summer League -- but he's exhibited a disciplined approach that's resulted in hits by the bunches. Caminero is an exciting prospect with big-time potential, but it'll be hard to get an accurate read on him until he moves up to higher levels of the minors. It wouldn't be surprising to see him get at least a little Single-A action before the year is out.
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