3 Pitchers Excelling in Winter Leagues Who Could Shine in 2014 MLB Season

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3 Pitchers Excelling in Winter Leagues Who Could Shine in 2014 MLB Season
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Allen Webster flashed his potential with the Red Sox in 2013.

Although the Arizona Fall League has ended, the offseason Caribbean winter leagues are over a month into their respective regular seasons and filled with prospects doing exciting things.

Many of baseball’s top young players once again are represented in the Dominican, Mexican, Puerto Rican and Venezuelan winter leagues this year, as they look to get a head start on the 2014 season and improve their chances of cracking a big league Opening Day roster. But as is usually the case given this time of year, the prospects pool between the four leagues is comprised primarily of hitters.

As we continue to shift our focus from the Arizona Fall League to those leagues south of the border, I thought I’d offer a look at several notable winter-league pitching prospects who will make an impact in the major leagues next season.

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