Worth noting

• Luhnow said the arrival of the Draft serves as a good checkpoint to gauge possible promotions among Minor League clubs. Among those expected to be promoted at some point this year is Class A Advanced Lancaster shortstop Carlos Correa, the top pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, as well as some pitchers.

"There might be some moves soon, but the reality is, we've got a full eight-man rotation at basically every level," Luhnow said. "At Oklahoma City, we're bouncing between a six- and seven-man rotation, depending on what's happening at the big league club.

"There's not a lot of upward room right now, but obviously as players continue to perform, we're going to move them to the appropriate level. There might be some moves. We're going to sit down and discuss it this week. You could argue there's several players that merit consideration [for a promotion] at every level right now."

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