Reader Submitted Top 30s

Now that we have finished our collective list it is time for everyone to submit their own lists if they want to.  I will post them all up here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aq9atTaYBdErdDFibUpEVENleTB0Mnk1X0dSb19DSWc#gid=1 so that they can be compared against each other.  I will try to remember to bring this post back up mid-season so that we can see how we all are doing even if it will be impossible to judge for another 5-10 years.

Please post your Top 30 along with what ever name you want me to post it up as in its own post rather than reply to a previous one.

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48 thoughts on “Reader Submitted Top 30s

  1. VOR:

    01. Jesse Biddle
    02. Adam Morgan
    03. Tommy Joseph
    04. Roman Quinn
    05. Mikail Franco
    06. Cody Asche
    07. Jon Pettibone
    08. Carlos Tocci
    09. Ethan Martin
    10. Shane Watson
    11. Phillipe Aumont
    12. Larry Greene Jr
    13. Darin Ruf
    14. Sebastian Valle
    15. Austin Wright
    16. Zach Collier
    17. Justin De Fratus
    18. Cesar Hernandez
    19. Mitch Gueller
    20. Kenny Giles
    21. Tyson Gillies
    22. Dylan Cozens
    23. Andrew Pullin
    24. Brody Colvin
    25. Mitchell Walding
    26. Gabriel Lino
    27. Kevin Brady
    28. Franklyn Vargas
    29. Deivi Grullon
    30. Jose Pujols

    1. VOR 31-60:

      31. Zach Green 3B
      32. Cameron Rupp C
      33. Aaron Altherr CF
      34. Kelly Dugan 1B/OF
      35. Kyle Simon RHP
      36. Hoby Milner LHP
      37. Tyler Cloyd RHP
      38. Leandro Castro OF
      39. Brian Pointer OF
      40. Lewis Alezones RHP 17 yrs
      41. Ethan Stewart LHP
      42. Jiandido Tromp CF
      43. Percy Garner RHP
      44. Yoel Mecias LHP
      45. Cameron Perkins 3B/OF
      46. Josh Ludy C
      47. Chris Serritella 1B
      48. Kyrell Hudson CF
      49. BJ Rosenberg RHP
      50. Tyler Knigge RHP
      51. Jiwan James CF
      52. J Rodriguez RHP
      53. Sergio Velis LHP 18 yrs
      54. Richard Bielski RHP 18 yrs
      55. Colin Klevan RHP
      56. Josh Warner RHP
      57. Lino Martinez LHP
      58. Tyler Greene SS
      59. Edgar Duran SS
      60. Willerker Isalva SS 17 yrs

      1. VOR…dude…….how can you put Bielski below Velis!!!!!!! Should be reversed.
        Just pulling your chain this morning!

        1. (Smile) Duran’s stock took a hit when he was left unprotected and didn’t get selected. Warner not enough K’s. Klevan is the better Canadian.

  2. 1. Jesse Biddle
    2. Adam Morgan
    3. Roman Quinn
    4. Maikel Franco
    5. Tommy Joseph
    6. Jon Pettibone
    7. Cody Asche
    8. Ethan Martin
    9. Darin Ruf
    10. Carlos Tocci
    11. Shane Watson
    12. Larry Greene Jr.
    13. Phillipe Aumont
    14. Austin Wright
    15. Zach Collier
    16. Mitch Gueller
    17. Cesar Hernandez
    18. Sebastian Valle
    19. Kevin Brady
    20. Kenny Giles
    21. Tyson Gillies
    22. Mitchell Walding
    23. Andrew Pullin
    24. Dylan Cozens
    25. Justin De Fratus
    26. Cameron Rupp
    27. Jose Pujols
    28. Brody Colvin
    29. Hoby Milner
    30. Zach Green

  3. List as Allentown:
    1. Biddle
    2. Quinn
    3. Asche
    4. Franco
    5. Morgan
    6. Joseph
    7. Martin
    8. Pettibone
    9. Ruf
    10, Tocci
    11. Watson
    12. Aumont
    13. Wright
    14. Giles
    15. GIllies
    16. Gueller
    17. Hernandez
    18. Valle
    19. L. Greene
    20. Cozens
    21 Pullin
    22.DeFratus
    23. Rupp
    24. Zach Green
    25. Colvin
    26. Walding
    27. Dugan
    28. Collier
    29. Lino
    30. Simon
    31. Altherr
    32. Cloyd

    Note, I have listed 32, because I think Watson and Gueller should be graded incomplete this year. I have placed them where I would have put them, if required to rank them, since everyone else is ranking them. I couldn’t find a spot for Astudillo, although he is inriguing.

    1. ‘I couldn’t find a spot for Astudillo, although he is inriguing’….last night, (745PM posting) you had him on your list, why now the change? I personally like the fact he rarely swings and misses.

      1. As I said last night, I needed a place for Lino. All the comments over the past weeks on Lino had me comparing his stats to others, so I squeezed him in. Astudillo would be my 31, as BA did, if I removed Watson and Gueller, who I don’t really have on my own listing.

  4. 1. Jesse Biddle
    2. Tommy Joseph
    3. Maikel Franco
    4. Adam Morgan
    5. Roman Quinn
    6. Carlos Tocci
    7. Ethan Martin
    8. Cody Asche
    9. Shane Watson
    10. Darin Ruf
    11. Phillipe Aumont
    12. Tyson Gillies
    13. Austin Wright
    14. Larry Greene Jr.
    15. Jon Pettibone
    16. Sebastian Valle
    17. Justin DeFratus
    18. Zach Collier
    19. Kenneth Giles
    20. Brody Colvin
    21. Cesar Hernandez
    22. Gabriel Lino
    23. Mitchell Walding
    24. Kelly Dugan
    25. Harold Martinez
    26. Cameron Rupp
    27. Aaron Altherr
    28. Tyler Cloyd
    29. Dylan Cozens
    30. Mitch Guellar

      1. Have we completely given up on him? I think he’s still got as good a shot at being MLB regular as most SS guys we’re “pullin” for. Good pedigree, just needs to put some things together. He’s probably worth more to another team than the Phillies, though.

        1. I haven’t given up on him, but he’s around number 50 on my list. It would be fantastic if his good last month in Clearwater carried over to Reading.

  5. 1. Biddle
    2. Morgan
    3. Franco
    4. Pettibone
    5. Asche
    6. Joseph
    7. Gillies
    8. Quinn
    9. Martin
    10. Valle
    11. Colvin
    12. Tocci
    13. Hernandez
    14. Collier
    15. Aumont
    16. Wright
    17. Rupp
    18. Castro
    19. DeFratus
    20. L. Greene
    21. Dugan
    22. Pullin
    23. Rodriguez
    24. Brady
    25. Giles
    26. James
    27. Cozens
    28. Walding
    29. Altherr
    30. Watson

  6. 1. Jesse Biddle
    2. Maikel Franco
    3. Adam Morgan
    4. Tommy Joseph
    5. Cody Asche
    6. Roman Quinn
    7. Jonathan Pettibone
    8. Ethan Martin
    9. Darin Ruf
    10. Carlos Tocci
    11. Austin Wright
    12. Shane Watson
    13. Phillipe Aumont
    14. Larry Greene Jr
    15. Mitch Gueller
    16. Sebastain Valle
    17. Tyson Gillies
    18. Justin Defratus
    19. Dylan Cozens
    20. Zach Collier
    21. Cesar Hernandez
    22. Mitch Walding
    23. Kenny Giles
    24. Andrew Pullin
    25. Brody Colvin
    26. Gabrial Lino
    27. Kelly Dugan
    28. Kevin Brady
    29. Zach Green
    30. Kyle Simon

  7. 1. Biddle
    2. Quinn
    3. Morgan
    4. Joseph
    5. Franco
    6. Pettibone
    7. Asche
    8. Martin
    9. Ruf
    10. Tocci
    11. Aumont
    12. Watson
    13. Wright
    14. L. Greene, Jr.
    15. Gillies
    16. Giles
    17. Gueller
    18. DeFratus
    19. Valle
    20. Collier
    21. Wallding
    22. Cozens
    23. Pullin
    24. Colvin
    25. Lino
    26. Hernandez
    27. Rosenberg
    28. Brady
    29. Pujols
    30. Hyatt

    1. On the two picks that would likely cause a dispute -

      Rosenberg – I love this guy. He has a whale of an arm (is a 98 MPH good enough for you?) and I think he’s just coming into his own. He can also hold his velocity for several innings, which means he may turn back into a starter or swing man. He’s the one guy on the roster that could turn into Ryan Vogelsong (SF edition, not Lehigh Valley version). At worst, he’s a great power arm out of the bullpen.

      Hyatt – how quickly we forget when a prospect is a little older. He struggled last year with command and pitch selection but the ability is still there. I saw him pitch and he has plenty of velocity (89-93) to turn into a good 4th or 5th starter and a killer change-up. He probably needs one more effective breaking pitch and he needs to improve his command and approach. Still, he’s got the kind of stuff that someone like Tyler Cloyd would love to have. A dark horse to re-emerge and get some meaningful starts for the big club if injuries strike. I feel pretty good about him sitting at #30.

      One more thing. If you’ve been following the recent news it appears that Schwimer still has not formally dropped his appeal. Is he out of his freaking mind? Even if he’s right, the last thing that a major league team wants is a player who is constantly pressing borderline legal rights and union grievances as a means to keep a spot on a big league roster and/or obtain big league pay. If he suffered a career ending injury and had nothing left to lose, that would be one thing. But if he wants to pursue a big league career, he’s just going to look like a whiner and will be perceived the type of guy who is only out for himself. I am an attorney and don’t make these comment lightly, but he’s being advised very poorly and, as a guy who is on the bubble, the vindication of his legal rights may end up costing him his life’s dream. Again, is he out of his mind?

      1. I think Schwimer is misguided, but I do not think he is out of his mind. He is a young confident guy, and he doesn’t know how to humble himself. He is a young guy, whose doesn’t see the big picture.
        He wants is $75,000 dollars and he doesn’t want to allow himself to be bullied out of that money. He is also confident in his abilities, so he probably feels that even if the Phillies cut him, or keeps him in the minors for another year, he will eventually make it with another team. He doesn’t see himself as a ‘fringe talent’, who should be happy to get a chance. He thinks he is good, and he will be able to overcome this with his talent.

        1. Well, I think “misguided” is a charitable way to put it. By the way, unlike the lunatic fringe on this site, I don’t hate Schwimer or think he is a bad guy. To the contrary, I generally like him and think he’s a very bright and capable fellow. One way or another, he will be a successful person in life.

          But handling the situation in the way he has, is, in my view, much more than a misguided mistake. He is on the fringe and he is not being advised properly. My sense is that, if he keeps with the appeal, he’s not going to get the type of fair shot he would otherwise receive unless he performs well enough to lift himself off the bubble. Nobody in baseball wants what they perceive to be a whining, pain in the ass, borderline middle reliever and that’s exactly how he’ll be viewed. I expect the Phillies will keep him this year and will intentionally force him to play the entire season in the minors unless he is an important trade chip. It will cost him more than $75k – I guarantee you that. Pretty foolish if you ask me.

      2. Let’s face it. We care about him because he shared his dream with us. He is also quite bright. Let him pursue it the way he wants. It will be a lesson learned.

  8. phillychuck

    1. Biddle
    2. Quinn
    3. Asche
    4. Franco
    5. Joseph
    6. Morgan
    7. Ruf
    8. Pettibone
    9. Martin
    10. Watson
    11. Collier
    12. Tocci
    13. Gueller
    14. Greene
    15. Walding
    16. Rupp
    17. Valle
    18. Wright
    19. Dugan
    20. Lino
    21. Cozens
    22. Hernandez
    23. Aumont
    24. DeFratus
    25. Pullin
    26. Colvin
    27. Green
    28. Altherr
    29. Brady
    30. Pujols

    Quick impressions, no detailed stats analysis yet.

  9. 1. Jesse Biddle
    2. Roman Quinn
    3. Maikel Franco
    4. Adam Morgan
    5. Tommy Joseph
    6. Ethan Martin
    7. Cody Asche
    8. Jonathan Pettibone
    9. Carlos Tocci
    10. Larry Greene Jr.
    11. Darin Ruf
    12. Shane Watson
    13. Sebastian Valle
    14. Austin Wright
    15. Brody Colvin
    16. Philippe Aumont
    17. Dylan Cozens
    18. Mitch Walding
    19. Cameron Rupp
    20. Cesar Hernandez
    21. Mitch Gueller
    22. Justin DeFrautus
    23. Kenny Giles
    24. Tyson Gillies
    25. Zach Collier
    26. Andrew Pullin
    27. Gabriel Lino
    28. Kevin Brady
    29. Jose Pujols
    30. Zach Green

  10. List as Nick S.

    1. Biddle
    2. Morgan
    3. Franco
    4. Quinn
    5. Martin
    6. Pettibone
    7. Joseph
    8. Ruf
    9. Tocci
    10. Watson
    11. Asche
    12. Aumont
    13. Wright
    14. De Fratus
    15. Gueller
    16. Cozens
    17. Larry Greene
    18. Valle
    19. Hernandez
    20. Pullin
    21. Brady
    22. Gillies
    23. Giles
    24. Rupp
    25. Collier
    26. Pujols
    27. Cloyd
    28. Green
    29. Milner
    30. Serritella

  11. 1. Jesse Biddle
    2. Tommy Joseph
    3. Adam Morgan
    4. Roman Quinn
    5. Cody Asche
    6. Mikael Franco
    7. Ethan Martin
    8. Jonathan Pettibone
    9. Phillippe Aumont
    10. Shane Watson
    11. Larry Greene Jr.
    12. Darin Ruf
    13. Austin Wright
    14. Kevin Brady
    15. Justin De Fratus
    16. Sebastian Valle
    17. Cesar Hernandez
    18. Kelly Dugan
    19. Brody Colvin
    20. Carlos Tocci
    21. Cameron Rupp
    22. Hoby Milner
    23. Aaron Altherr
    24. Gabriel Lino
    25. Mitch Gueller
    26. Dylan Cozens
    27. Franklyn Vargas
    28. Mitch Walding
    29. Tyson Gillies
    30. Kyle Simon

    1. 1.Biddle
      2.Joesph
      3.Quinn
      4.Asche
      5.Morgan
      6.Ruf
      7.Martin
      8.Morgan
      9.Pettibone
      10.Giles
      11.Franco
      12.Larry Greene
      13.Aumont
      13.Watson
      14.Wright
      15.Cozens
      16.Milner
      17.Rupp
      18.Valle
      19.Tocci
      20.Lino
      21.Brady
      22.Gueller
      23.Collier
      24.Green
      25.Walding
      26.Gillies
      27.Stewart
      28.Altherr
      29.Hyatt
      30. Hewitt. (I know I’m crazy for saying that) but he still has the potential

      1. I don’t think it’s crazy at all to put Hewitt there … he’s got some of the best power in the system (when he makes contact).

        Why so low on Franco? You’ve got him outside the top ten (and behind a relief prospect!). Not buying the second half last season?

        1. I agree it isn’t too crazy to have Hewitt on a list (I wouldn’t but he did make my list of guys I think are still “prospects”). IF he can make enough contact to have the power show, IF he continues to make small improvements, IF he can be passable in all three OF positions, he can be a 4th OF. He is behind James in that aspect but both of them still could make the big leagues in a bench role.

  12. Alec:
    1. Biddle
    2. Quinn
    3. Joseph
    4. Morgan
    5. Franco
    6. Pettibone
    7. Asche
    8. Martin
    9. Tocci
    10. Watson
    11. Aumont
    12. Ruf
    13. LGJ
    14. Gillies
    15. Gueller
    16. Wright
    17. Valle
    18. Collier
    19. JDF
    20. Walding
    21. Cozens
    22. Giles
    23. Colvin
    24. Pullin
    25. Green
    26. Brady
    27. Rupp
    27. Vargas
    28. Mecias
    29. Dugan
    30. Hernandez

  13. I totally agree,that it isn’t crazy to list Hewitt, when you have a bad system like they have, hewitt has a chance. there just isnt any talent to speak of in the system. imo only a couple of pitchers and quinn.

  14. Eagleye5

    1. Biddle
    2. Quinn
    3. Franco
    4. Morgan
    5. Asche
    6. Pettibone
    7. Joseph
    8. Ruf
    9. Martin
    10. Greene Jr
    11. Aumont
    12. DeFratus
    13. Gillies
    14. Valle
    15. Collier
    16. Tocci
    17. Watson
    18. Cozens
    19. Hernandez
    20. Giles
    21. Pullin
    22. Gueller
    23. Rupp
    24. Dugan
    25. Wright
    26. Brady
    27. Walding
    28. Green
    29. Colvin
    30. Pujols

  15. jcull
    1. Biddle
    2. Morgan
    3. Joseph
    4. Quinn
    5. Franco
    6. Pettibone
    7. Martin
    8. Asche
    9. Ruf
    10. Gillies
    11. Tocci
    12. Valle
    13. Watson
    14. Aumont
    15. De Fratus
    16. L. Greene
    17. Giles
    18. Gueller
    19. Cozens
    20. Pullin
    21. Collier
    22. Hernandez
    23. Wright
    24. Diekman
    25. Colvin
    26. Brady
    27. Walding
    28. Knigge
    29. Pujols
    30. Simon

  16. 1. Biddle
    2. Quinn
    3. Joseph
    4. Franco
    5. Morgan
    6. Larry Greene Jr.
    7. Ethan Martin
    8. Ruf
    9. Asche
    10. Gillies
    11. Aumont
    12. Watson
    13. Tocci
    14. Wright
    15. Colvin
    16.Gueller
    17. Pullin
    18. Walding
    19. Pettibone
    20. Valle
    21. GIles
    22. Hernandez
    23. Collier
    24. Pujols
    25. Cozens
    26. De Fratus
    27. Brady
    28. Deikman
    29. Altharr
    30. Simon

  17. PhxPhilly

    01. Quinn
    02. Biddle
    03. Tocci
    04. Morgan
    05. Joseph
    06. Franco
    07. Gillies
    08. Martin
    09. Aumont
    10. Ruf
    11. Greene
    12. Pettibone
    13. Valle
    14. Asche
    15. DeFratus
    16. Rupp
    17. Hernandez
    18. Cozens
    19. Colvin
    20. Wright
    21. Collier
    22. Walding
    23. Pullin
    24. Giles
    25. Cloyd
    26. Dugan
    27. Altherr
    28. Brady
    29. Vargas
    30. Lino

    I did not rank Watson (maybe 13), Gueller (maybe 21), Guillon (30′s), or Pujols (30′s) due to lack of professional information.
    I so wanted to put Jiwan James at #30 but just could not do it.
    Also had May at 13, Bonilla at 15 (still should be a starter), and Diekman at 23.

  18. 1. Biddle
    2. Morgan
    3. Quinn
    4. Franco
    5. Joseph
    6. Tocci
    7. Watson
    8. Asche
    9. Martin
    10. Cozens
    11. Greene
    12. Gillies
    13. Pettibone
    14. Ruf
    15. Wright
    16. Collier
    17. Giles
    18. Gueller
    19. Defratus
    20. Aumont
    21. Pujols
    22. Green
    23. Rupp
    24. Colvin
    25. Brady
    26. Hernandez
    27. Grullon
    28. Valle
    29. Walding
    30. Julio Rodriguez (yeah, I know)

  19. 1. Jesse Biddle, LHP
    2. Adam Morgan, LHP
    3. Tommy Joseph, C
    4. Ethan Martin, RHP
    5. Maikel Franco, 3B
    6. Roman Quinn, SS
    7. Jon Pettibone, RHP
    8. Darin Ruf, LF
    9. Justin De Fratus, RHP
    10. Phillippe Aumont, RHP
    11. Cody Ashe, 3B
    12. Austin Wright, LHP
    13. Carlos Tocci. OF
    14. Larry Greene, Jr, OF
    15. Shane Watson, RHP
    16. Sebastian Valle, C
    17. Zach Collier OF
    18. Mitch Gueller, RHP
    19. Cesar Hernandez, 2B
    20. Mitchell Walding, SS
    21. Kelly Dugan, OF
    22. Kenny Giles, RHP
    23. Cameron Rupp, C
    24. Tyson Gillies, OF
    25. Dylan Cozens, OF
    26. Andrew Pullin, 2B
    27. Gabriel Lino, C
    28. Aaron Altherr. OF
    29. Zach Green, 3B
    30. Brody Colvin, RHP

    Four catchers, nice!

  20. Wolfey

    1. Biddle
    2. Franco
    3. Martin
    4. Morgan
    5. Quinn
    6. Tocci
    7. Joseph
    8. Asche
    9. Greene Jr.
    10. Ruf
    11. Wright
    12. Watson
    13. Gueller
    14. Valle
    15. Cozens
    16. Gillies
    17. Aumont
    18. DeFratus
    19. Rupp
    20. Lino
    21. Walding
    22. Pullin
    23. Brady
    24. Pujols
    25. Vargas
    26. Dugan
    27. Green
    28. Milner
    29. Giles
    30. Perkins

  21. 1 Biddle
    2 Gillies
    3 Quinn R
    4 Morgan Ad
    5 Franco M
    6 Pettibone
    7 Asche
    8 Tocci
    9 Greene L
    10 Martin Eth
    11 Valle
    12 Joseph
    13 Wright
    14 Watson
    15 Dugan K
    16 Pullin
    17 Collier
    18 Simon Kyle
    19 Santos F
    20 Giles
    20 Francisco Delvi
    21 Castro L
    22 Hernandez
    23 Cozens
    24 Astudillo
    25 Colvin B
    26 Rodriguez J
    27 Rosin
    28 Gueller
    29 Rupp
    30 Serritella

  22. My Ranking of Phillies Prospects

    1 Jesse Biddle LHP
    2 Adam Morgan LHP
    3 Roman Quinn SS
    4 Ethan Martin RHP
    5 Darin Ruf 1B
    6 Thomas Joseph C
    7 Cody Asche 3B
    8 Jon Pettibone RHP
    9 Maikel Franco 3B
    10 Sebastian Valle C
    11 Austin Wright LHP
    12 Phillippe Aumont RHP
    13 Shane Watson RHP
    14 Justin De Fratus RHP
    15 Larry Greene OF
    16 Kelly Dugan OF
    17 Mitch Gueller RHP
    18 Dylan Cozens OF
    19 Tyson Gillies OF
    20 Zach Green SS
    21 Andrew Pullin OF
    22 Carlos Tocci OF
    23 Cameron Rupp C
    24 Cesar Hernandez 2B
    25 Tyler Cloyd RHP
    26 Julio Rodriguez RHP
    27 Aaron Altherr OF
    28 Brody Colvin RHP
    29 Jiwan James OF
    30 Zach Collier OF
    31 B J Rosenberg RHP
    32 Kenny Giles RHP
    33 Kevin Brady RHP
    34 Hoby Milner LHP
    35 Gabriel Aries RHP
    36 Cameron Perkins 3B-OF
    37 Tyler Knigge RHP
    38 Kyle Simon RHP
    39 Mitchell Walding SS
    40 Franklyn Vargas LHP
    41 Tyler Greene SS
    42 Brian Pointer OF
    43 Jose Pujols
    44 Seth Rosin RHP
    45 Ethan Steward LHP
    46 Ervis Manzanillo LHP
    47 Jesen Dygestile-Therrien RHP
    48 Gabriel Lino C
    49 Manaure Martinez RHP
    50 Leandro Castro OF
    51 Josh Ludy C
    52 Austin Hyatt RHP
    53 Perci Garner RHP
    54 Gauntlett Eldemire OF
    55 Christopher Serritella 1B
    56 Mike Cisco RHP
    57 Mario Hollands LHP
    58 Lino Martinez LHP
    59 Jiandido Tromp CF
    60 Severino Gonzalez RHP
    61 Anthony Hewitt OF
    62 Kyrell Hudson OF
    63 Edgar Duran SS
    64 Albert Cartwright 2B
    65 William Carmona 3B
    66 Jay Johnson LHP
    67 Derrick Mitchell OF
    68 Colby Shreve RHP
    69 Colin Kleven RHP
    70 Davd Buchanon RHP
    71 Mike Nesseth RHP
    72 Hector Neris RHP
    73 Nick Hernandez LHP
    74 Chance Numata C
    75 Drew Naylor RHP
    76 Miguel Alvarez OF
    77 Steven Inch RHP
    78 Miguel Nunez RHP
    79 Garret Claypool RHP
    80 Ulises Joaquin RHP
    81 Marek Minarik RHP
    82 Yacksel Rios RHP
    83 Yoel Mecias LHP
    84 Carlos Alonso 2B
    85 Harold Martinez 3B
    86 Colton Murray RHP
    87 J C Ramirez RHP
    88 Kevin Walter RHP
    89 Herlis Rodriguez OF
    90 Jonathan Musser RHP
    91 Yari Sosa RHP
    92 Anderson Gonzalez SS
    93 Francisco Herrera 3B
    94 Ebelin Lugo RHP
    95 Fabian Cota LHP
    96 Francisco Silva SS
    97 Jake Borup RHP
    98 Ryan O’Sullivan RHP
    99 Jordan Guth RHP
    100 Cody Overbeck 1B-3B

      1. Probably 10 guys I never heard of and I think I follow these guys!
        So interesting who might reach 1 day in the bigs. (Tyson Brummett, so derserving.)

  23. 1. Jesse Biddle
    2. Tommy Joseph
    3. Roman Quinn
    4. Jonathan Pettibone
    5. Adam Morgan
    6. Maikel Franco
    7. Philippe Aumont
    8. Darin Ruf
    9. Cody Asche
    10. Carlos Tocci
    11. Ethan Martin
    12. Shane Watson
    13. Justin DeFratus
    14. Tyson Gillies
    15. Larry Greene
    16. Zach Collier
    17. Sebastian Valle
    18. Brody Colvin
    19. Austin Wright
    20. Mitch Gueller
    21. Kevin Brady
    22. Franklyn Vargas
    23. Cesar Hernandez
    24. Julio Rodriguez
    25. Cameron Rupp
    26. Gabriel Lino
    27. Kenny Giles
    28. Mitch Walding
    29. Dylan Cozens
    30. Andrew Pullin

  24. 1. Roman Quinn
    2. Jesse Biddle
    3. Maikel Franco
    4. Tommy Joseph
    5. Jonathan Pettibone
    6. Adam Morgan
    7. Ethan Martin
    8. Shane Watson
    9. Kenny Giles
    10. Larry Greene Jr.
    11. Mitch Gueller
    12. Carlos Tocci
    13. Darin Ruf
    14. Cody Asche
    15. Philipe Aumont
    16. Justin DeFratus
    17. Mitch Walding
    18. Tyson Gillies
    19. Brody Colvin
    20. Kelly Dugan
    21. Jake Diekman
    22. Sebastian Valle
    23. Austin Wright
    24. Dylan Cozens
    25. Cameron Rupp
    26. Zach Collier
    27. Devi Gruillon
    28. Jose Pujols
    29. Franklyn Vargas
    30. Zach Green

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