End of the Year Report–Starters, Top Half

A look at Starting Pitching for Lehigh Valley, Reading and Clearwater at the end of 2010 and what we can expect going into 2011. Lakewood, Williamsport and GCL Phils to come on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Lehigh Valley

Nate Bump, 34, 20 starts, 8-4 with a 3.35 ERA; 107.1 IP 123  25 BB 54K, 7 HR allowed, 1.43 GO/AO; .293 opp. avg., .252 with RISP; 1.38 WHIP. Bump was an International League All star and then the wheels fell off in the second half of the season as he was dealing with a myriad of physical issues, starting just 1 game in all of August and September.  When he pitched, he was effective.  2011: Most likely another organization.

Andrew Carpenter, 25, 26 starts, 8-11 with a 4.10 ERA; 145 IP, 147 H 53BB 111K, 16 HR allowed, 1.05 GO/AO; .265 opp. avg., .233 vs. LH, .293 vs. RH, .213 with RISP. 1.38 WHIP. After impressive years in both 2008 and 2009, 2010 was a disappointment for Carpenter as he lacked consistency, command and gave up quite a few homers.  He went 6 weeks without a win and struggled often in August. A member of the 40 man roster, he will have just one option remaining and looks to start 2011 in the Lehigh Valley rotation once again.

Brandon Duckworth, 34, 24 games (15 starts); 5-4 with a 3.47 ERA; 98.2 IP 86H 44BB 99K, 5 HR allowed, 1.15 GO/AO; .238 opp. avg., .271 vs. LH, .210 vs. RH, 2-1 with a 3.03 ERA post all star; .222 with RISP; 1.31 WHIP. Duckworth worked both in the Lehigh Valley rotation and as a long man at various times in 2010 and was effective in both roles.  After some debate about whether he would even make the Lehigh Valley roster in 2010, he completed the year as one of the ‘Pigs most consistent pitchers. 2011: wherever he has the best opportunity, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see him back in Allentown.

Brian Mazone, 34, 27 starts, 6-13 with a 3.87 ERA; 158IP 169H 28BB 100K, 19 HR allowed, 0.80 GO/AO; .272 opp. avg., .309 vs. LH, .259 vs. RH, 1-4 with a 3.88 ERA post all-star, .241 with RISP; 1.24 WHIP.  It says plenty about the Lehigh Valley team that Mazone was among the league leaders in losses, yet was in the top 10 in WHIP at the same time ,and had a respectable ERA. Mazone is very dependable every 5th day to go out and give you 6 professional innings.  Mazone has played for Lehigh Valley in each of their three years.  Where he is in 2011 will depend on the best opportunity for him and who will pay the most.

Ty Taubenheim, 27, Reading: 13 games (4 starts); 4-2 with a 4.80 ERA; 45 IP 51H 13BB 30K, .291 opp. avg., 1.42 WHIP. Lehigh Valley: 8 games (7 starts), 2-4 with a 4.26 ERA, 38IP 37H 17BB 28K, 0.73 GO/AO; .259 opp. avg., .260 vs. LH, .256 vs. RH, .216 with RISP; 1.42 WHIP. Totals: 21 games (11 starts), 6-6 with a 4.55 ERA, 83 IP 88H 30BB 58K, .277 opp. avg. Taubenheim was an early season pick up and was awful at the beginning of the year but came on to give Lehigh Valley several decent starts.  2011: Taubenheim is another guy that is just as likely to be in another organization as back in Lehigh Valley.

Vance Worley, 22, Reading: 19 starts, 9-4 with a 3.20 ERA; 112.2 IP 114H 36BB 83K, 1.09 GO/AO, .264 opp. avg., 1.33 WHIP. Lehigh Valley: 8 starts, 1-3 with a 3.77 ERA, 45.1 IP 46H 10BB 36K, 1.50 GO/AO, .264 opp. avg.,.280 vs. LH, .243 vs. RH, .286 with RISP. TOTALS: 27 starts, 10-7 with a 3.36 ERA, 158 IP 160H 46BB 119K, 1.20 GO/AO, .264 opp. avg. Worley placed himself firmly in the mix for the #5 starter position in the Phils rotation this year with a performance that included a selection to the Eastern League All Star team and multiple call ups to the big club. His durability was an issue in 2009 as he struggled tremendously as the year’s end, but no such issue in 2010 as he surpassed 160 innings including his time with the Phils.

Reading

Mike Cisco, 23, 19 starts, 4-11 with a 4.63 ERA; 107 IP 117H 25BB 70K, 12 HR allowed, 1.00 GO/AO, .273 opp. avg., .263 vs. LH, .281 vs. RH, .276 with RISP, 2-6 with a 5.33 ERA in 9 Post All Star starts, 1.33 WHIP. Cisco missed almost two full months of the season injured and his numbers were not as good as many had hoped.  2011: Reading for at least the first half of the year for the 2008 draft choice.

Yohan Flande, 24, 27 starts, 10-8 with a 4.38 ERA; 158.1 IP, 178H 44BB 84K, 10 HR allowed, 1.48 GO/AO, .286 opp. avg., .271 vs. LH, .294 vs. RH, .268 with RISP, 4-2 with a 4.83 ERA Post All STar, 1.40 WHIP.  Its becoming a real possibility that what the Phils have in FLande is a AA pitcher.  He depends on his change-up and even that has been hittable at this level.  Now with 40 starts at the AA level, he hasn’t really shown enough to be moved up, but with that being said, there isn’t a whole lot ahead of him in AAA as well. Flande is a member of the 40 man roster, and will have two options remaining entering 2011.

Austin Hyatt, 24, Clearwater: 23 games, 11-4 with a 3.04 ERA; 124.1 IP 100H 35BB 156K, 5 Hr allowed, 0.93 GO/AO, .220 opp. avg., Reading, 4 games, 1-0 with a 4.91 ERA, 22IP 21H 9BB 25K, 4HR allowed, 0.64 GO/AO, .247 opp. avg., 1.36 WHIP. TOTALS: 27 games, 12-4 with a 3.32 ERA; 146.1 IP 121H 44BB 181K, 0.87 GO/AO, .224 opp. avg., 1.13 WHIP. Certainly plenty to be excited about for the Phils 15th round draft pick in 2009.  Hyatt dominated the FSL, winning Pitcher of the Year honors.  Much too small of a sample size at AA for real evaluation, however, the promise is there. 2011: Reading rotation

Drew Naylor, 24, 27 games, 12-10 with a 4.63 ERA; 167IP 173H 44BB 113K, 12 HR allowed, 0.85 GO/AO, .267 opp. avg., .220 vs. LH, .309 vs. RH, .286 with RISP, 4-4 with a 5.76 ERA Post All Star, 1.30 WHIP. I like Naylor a bit more than FLande, and would think that he gets a promotion to AAA before FLande as he is less hittable. That being said, Naylor has been very inconsistent.  He has been brilliant in some starts and just bad in others. 2011: Lehigh Valley.

JC Ramirez, 22, CLearwater: 11 starts, 4-3 with a 4.06 ERA; 64.1 IP 63H 17BB 55K, 2 Hr allowed, 0.63 GO/AO, .259 opp. avg., 1.24 WHIP. Reading: 13 starts, 3-4 with a 5.45 ERA, 77.2 IP 89H 24BB 60K, 11 Hr allowed, 0.83 GO/AO, .291 opp. avg., 1.45 WHIP, .321 vs. LH, .255 vs. RH, .257 with RISP. TOTALS: 24 starts, 7-7 with a 4.82 ERA; 142 IP 152 H 41BB 115K, 0.74 GO/AO, .277 opp. avg., 1.20 WHIP. Ramirez has good stuff but needs to figure out how to use it. His year ended early because of hip issues. A member of the 40 man roster, 2011 will start back in Reading.

Clearwater

Phillipe Aumont, 21, Reading: 11 starts, 1-6 with a 7.43 ERA; 49.2 IP 55H 38BB 38K, 4 hr allowed, 1.16 GO/AO, .284 opp. avg., Clearwater: 16 games (10 starts), 2-5 with a 4.48 ERA; 72.1 IP 74H 42BB 77K, 6 HR allowed, 1.18 GO/AO, .270 opp. avg., .287 vs. LH, .255 vs. RH, .250 with RISP, 1.60 WHIP. TOTALS: 27 games (21 starts), 3-11 with a 5.68 ERA; 122 IP 129H 80BB 115K, 1.17 GO/AO, .276 opp. avg., 1.71 WHIP. Extremely disappointing year for Aumont who came in with very high expectations.  Both times I saw him live in Reading he was lost on the mound.  He regained some composure in Clearwater but your guess is as good as mine as far as the 2011 plan. Still just 21, he still has time to grow, and as such, CLearwater to start makes some sense.

Heitor Correa, 21, 27 games, 8-14 with a 6.62 ERA; 137.1 IP 176H 60BB 85K, 18 HR allowed, 1.12 GO/AO, .312 opp. avg., .256 vs. LH, .365 vs. RH, .308 with RISP. 1.72 WHIP. AFter a fairly successful 2009 in the Lakewood rotation, Correa’s line was simply as bad as you could imagine in the Threshers rotation in 2010.  With the influx of talent coming into the Clearwater rotation from Lakewood, a spot in the bullpen to re-establish himself is really the best Correa can hope for going into 2011.

Joe Esposito, 25, Lakewood: 9 games (all in relief), 14.1 IP 24H 5BB 18K, 0.69 GO/AO, .387 opp. avg. CLearwater: 5 games (all starts), 1-1 with a 2.20 ERA; 28.2 IP 19H 15BB 32K, 0.70 GO/AO, .184 opp. avg., 1.19 WHIP. Esposito was signed late in the year as an extra body in the organization and after getting his legs under him in Lakewood, pitched well after being placed in the Threshers rotation for the seasons final three weeks. Originally signed by the Orioles as a free agent in 2007, with the abundant talent coming into Clearwater, Esposito most likely will be with another organization next year.

Jesus Sanchez, 22, 23 games , 9-7 with a 2.99 ERA; 129.1 IP 109H 33BB 84K, 9 Hr allowed, 0.76 GO/AO, .230 opp. avg., .239 vs. LH, .223 vs. RH, .194 with RISP, 4-3 with a 2.52 ERA Post All Star, 1.09 WHIP. The last remnant of the Bobby ABreu trade, Sanchez has been excellent in his second year since transitioning to the mound from behind the plate.  He was consistent all year, and look for him to be in the Reading rotation to start 2011.  A member of the Phils 40 man roster, he will have two options left entering Spring Training.

Matthew Way, 23, Lakewood, 15 games, 7-4 with a 3.65 ERA; 86.1 IP 80H 26BB 81K, 5 HR allowed, 1.49 GO/AO, .252 opp. avg. 1.23 WHIP. Clearwater: 2 starts, 0-1 with a 7.50 ERA, 6IP 8H 4BB 4K. Way was promoted to Clearwater from Lakewood at the end of June and was almost immediately injured, missing the final 10 weeks of the season.  Way, a lefty, was the Phils 5th Round pick in 2009, and saw a good deal of success in both Williamsport and Lakewood in 2009.  The Phils will want him pitching every 5th day if healthy and legitimate arguments could be made to start him at Lakewood, Clearwater, or even Reading.

37 thoughts on “End of the Year Report–Starters, Top Half

  1. So, you got Worley, Carpenter, and Naylor projected for AAA, and then some minor league veterans it seems. In lieu of those minor league veterans , I would promote Flande ( figure he could pitch as well as AAA as AA, then they could add Cisco if he can improve his status with some winter league work, or maybe they start Herndon, down from MLB.
    Then you keep Hyatt and Ramirez at AA, I’d add Aumont there to start there as 5th starter and he’ll have to learn there, and then add Jesus Sanchez and Matt Way. that’s AA. I’d have Zeid there as a closer.
    Then at Clearwater next season, you can pick from a Lakewood contingent of Colvin, Petitbon, Trevor May, Julio Rodriguez, with possibilities among those finishing the season injured in Jared Cosart, Colby Shreve, or Nick Hernandez. the two not making rotation to start can rehab there or long relief with Esposito and numerous candidates from Williamsport. So maybe they have to push Aumont to Reading for organizational reasons.

  2. Here’s two pitching stat questions for you (excluding playoffs):

    1) Who had the most Ks / 9 innings of any Phillie Farmhand who didn’t play in the big leagues this year?

    2) Who pitched the most minor league innings this year (Phillie)?

    Marfis, I was with you up to Zeid in a closer role but then I read your last paragraph and couldn’t come up with a way to get Zeid into the starting rotation. I think the big club will make some trades this off-season and at least one of these young pitchers will have to be included. It will lessen the logjam. And let’s not make this a trade discussion.

    I remember Parent saying that Zeid was a starter. He has the make-up and it sounded like it was a requirement. He didn’t say it but it sounded like he wouldn’t make it as a closer. If all the young guys from Lakewood are ready for A+ then there has to be a few odd men out. Early in the year, when the starters can’t go 6 or more innings, Zeid could be a valuable long man and pitch every 5 days or so. He could do it at AA or at A+.

    Some of the young guys will stumble a bit at CLW like May did this year. It won’t be a horrible thing for them but it will create some separation.

    Answer to questions above:

    1) Julio Rodriguez was #1 with 12.6 Ks/9. Trvor May was had 12.1 followed by Garett Claypool with 11.9 (Did anyone else say WHO?) Bastardo was # 1 overall with 14.8.

    2) Drew Naylor had the most innings pitched with 167. Flande and Hyatt were 2 & 3 respectively.

  3. Based on his performance in ’10, I see no reason to start Aumont higher then Clwtr FSL. He nneds to earn his way to the higher level. If he stays at Clwtr he is not under pressure to “show” how many games he can help the team win; he is due for a concentrated “larnin'” beyod game appearances.

    Like Perci Garner (2nd round draftee), Aumont has the physical dimensions to do a job from the hill but is in need of a pitching makeover. I would not care if Aumont didn’t appear in any pro games for the first month or so into the season in ’11. Lots of work in pracice sessions to remake his pitching. A work in progress. No need to hurry him forward and up just to have him compete. His “competition” will be against and for himself.

    IMO, that represents the best way to discover or remake a better pitcher.

    Isn’t it time to cut bait on Carpenter? Two-three seasons at AAA and still no consistency.

    Worley represents their best chance for the rotation out of ST. DeFratus and Mathieson look like the best choices for the “pen,” hopefully out of ST. ( J C Romero, gone) Need a lefty reliever for the big club; anybody there?

    We will be impatient about all of the gang of pitchers pushing onto the Clrwtr rotation. Schreve, Cosart (hope his arm issues are resolved), Colvin,J-Rodriguez, May,Pettibone, etc. And wonder who might graduate during the season to Reading from an outstanding performance at Clwtr.

    Thanks for the report.

  4. I like Ramirez, hyatt, way, Sanchez at Reading with someone from Flande Naylor and cisco….then at Clearwater I like Aumont (only 21 needs to earn AA) , May, Colvin, Pettibone and either Shreve or Zeid or Rodriguez ( at one point Rodriguez was bumped down to Williamsport)…then Lakewood could be Cosart ( no need to rush since he ended up on dl) Hernandez, Shreve or Rodriguez or Zeid, and Biddle. I love the logjam! More competition the better. some of these guys are gonna flame out or get hurt or traded. But I dont think they are gonna trade some just to clear logjam. They may need to trade some to get a ss or 3b prospect.

  5. The log jam in Cleawater should push everybody else in all directions since that big five is the future. It appears the starting five there will be Shreve, Colvin, May, Rodriguez, and Pettibone.
    The in reading it appers to be Zied, Ramirez, May, Sanchez, and Hyatt.
    Correa, Aumont, Cisco, Naylor, Flande, Hernendez, and Shreve all seem headed for the pen.

  6. You think Cosart will go at Lakewood, again?

    Assuming that arm issue is ok, don’t you include him at Clwtr? Maybe instructional league play will tell them/us more about him. Hoping he is ready to go forward and adds to the “logjam” at Clwtr. J-Rod has been used as a reliever and starter at Lkwd; if the jam is tough he could pitch out of the pen there.

    Best group of pitcher prospects at one level in their system, ever!!??

  7. LHV – Worley (if he does not get 5th spot in Philly, Carpenter (still has an option), a vet like a Duckworth/Mazone, Naylor (workhorse), and I believe Flande (or maybe we try him in BP)
    REA Hyatt (with a chance for AAA by end of yr), Ramirez, Cisco (had tough 2010), Sanchez (great stats since becoming pitcher), Aumont…I think fills same role as starter and reliever and somewhere Matt Way (maybe in place of Cisco)
    CLW – May, Cosart, Colvin, Pettibone, and Shreve…JRod later in yr…Hernandez long relief/spot starter
    LKWD – JRod, Hollands, Buchanan, Fritsch, and Garner…Biddle will get some starts

  8. oops..that should be Zeid in spot start/bp in Reading…not close role as that will be DeFratus/Rosenberg

  9. I wouldn’t be so quick to place Vance Worley in the Iron Pigs rotation.
    Kyle Kendrick is arbitration eligible this year. He is terrible, but his stats this year, could net him a big raise. I think he is a NON Tender candidate based on how the Phillies treat the arbitration process.
    Vance Worley may be the 5th starter if Jaime Moyer doesn’t accept a minor league contract.

  10. Great point on KK – could even be a trade candidate rather than non tender although the return would be a marginal prospect at best. Would be better to find a low cost, high risk, high reward type to compete with Vance and others…

  11. Mike77–
    I dont think KK is Arb eligible unless he will qualify as a “Super Two”. He will have 2.159 yrs of service time at years end.

  12. I would love to see if Moyer could come back on an incentive-laden deal. Maybe Worley’s in the mix as the #5, but perhaps could start at LHV. He kinda scares me because he seems to pitch up in the zone. He hasn’t been hurt yet, but still a small sample.

    I think Kendrick should be worried. He seems to learn a little something every year, but can’t sustain it. This year we’ve seen a change-up, but also a high-4 ERA. There are times he looks brilliant. I’d like to see Worley/Moyer/Kendrick battle it out. Heck, Pedro Martinez talked about pitching in 2011. Throw him in the mix. You know he’ll only be be around for 15 starts or so. That’ll give Worley a little more seasoning in LHV.

  13. I think you start with the best and go from there. In C Water, Cosart, May, Colvin, and Pettibone have a great deal of potential individually and collectively. If Shreve recovers another few miles to his fastball, and many of us expect he will, he could be right there with that group. Julio Rod will start in Lakewood with Biddle and that will be a good rotation also but C Water could be something special. I don’t know what they’ll do with Aumont who looked totally lost most of the year. They might just decide to move him back into the bullpen now. Nick Hernandez pitched amazing until he got hurt and if healthy could possibly be bumped up to Reading with Zeid to pitch with Hyatt, Sanchez, and Ramirez which would also be a great rotation. Way could be the odd man out without a starting spot. I’m assuming Flande will be shifted to the bullpen to see if he might possibly have value there rather than just releasing him. The same with Cisco who might actually do well in the pen. I could see them moving Naylor to AAA to start there with Carpenter and Herndon and possibly Worley. They’ll definitely sign a few AAAA guys coming back from injury to see what they might find an dmaybe get lucky. There will be very little pressure on the major league #5 starter. In KK is truly arb eligible, they’ll have to think long and hard about bringing him back vs other cheaper options.

  14. I’ll eat my keyboard if Cosart starts the year in Lakewood. He’s our top pitching prospect. Why hold him back? I think the most likely to get left behind from the current Lakewood crew are Pettibone, Zeid, and Shreve, in that order. That of course depends on Zeid being used as a starter. Of course, everything can change in ST depending on who’s pitching well, and I’m sure someone will get hurt, someone will get promoted, someone will get demoted, etc. in the first couple months.

  15. And I’ll eat your mouse if Zeid is left behind at Lakewood. He’s already 23, so there is NO CHANCE he doesn’t get moved up somewhere.

  16. Gregg is correct. Kendrick was called up mid-season in 2007, around late June. Service time is accrued by days, 172 days on the active roster for a full year. Three years means three FULL years. So Kendrick is not eligible for arbitration after this season.

  17. Which is probably a good thing for him because while KK is a worthwhile piece to keep around at $400K, when his pricetag climbs to the $2-3 million mark, he becomes a handy non-tender candidate for a team already pushing its payroll ceiling.

  18. True he didn’t get a full year in 2007 but his also accumulated service time in 2009 that should get him close to the 3-year service time or at least make him a potential super-2 player.

    I’ve read conflicting reports as Baseball Reference and Philly.com (http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/phillies/99706059.html?viewAll=y) indicate he’s not arbitration eligible until 2012 while COTs and Scout.com indicate his first arbitration season is 2011.

    http://phillies.scout.com/3/Contracts.html

  19. Scout’s information is wrong. They indicate Kendrick has 3 options remaining when he obviously would have used one going back to the minors in 2009. It looks like they created that entry after Kendrick first arrived in the majors and never bothered to update it.

  20. Is it completely ridiculous to considering converting Anthony Hewitt into a starter? I mean, look at Sanchez, why not give it some thought..?

  21. Kendrick might be worth the $3M investment with the shortage of ready MLB pitching. Worley is still a huge risk and Carpenter is huge step down from Kendrick. Unless the Phillies sign a ex-injured vet hoping for a career revival, I would expect Kendrick to be the 5th starter again.

    I will echo the sentiment about the minors rotation being set for ‘best’ prospects first. CLW rotation will be scary talented no matter who is chosen. For this proposal I assume Carpenter, Flande, Escalona, and Naylor all stay with Phillies (40-man or undrafted).
    Phillies: Kendrick, Mathieson, Bastardo, Zagurski
    LHV: Worley, Carpenter, Naylor, Vet, Vet
    LHV BP: Schwimer, Herndon, Flande, Stutes
    REA: Ramirez, Hyatt, Sanchez, Way, Zeid
    REA BP: Rosenberg, Garcia, Cloyd
    CLW: May, Colvin, Aumont, Pettibone, Shreve
    LWK: Cosart, Biddle, Rodriquez, Hernandez, Pettis

    Though it is huge step up for Way and Zeid I do not know where else to put them. Aumont could be in Extended Spring (allowing Way or Zeid to drop down). Cosart’s injury issues should set him back slightly but he and Biddle should push each other. Still LHV and REA without any ace-type upside starters.

  22. For $3MM you can get a better replacement for Kendrick on the open market. So if they go on the cheap they’ll stay internal.

  23. Was going by Cots when I said Kendrick is arbitration eligible. Could very well be wrong. One thing I would not be wrong in saying is “Kyle Kendrick will not be worth 3 million
    ” I’d take my chances with Worley or even Carpenter, before paying Kendrick half of that

  24. Kendrick does not have three full years of major league service at the end of this year, but he will have 2+, and I think he will easily qualify for arbitration in 2011 as a Super Two.

    If Cosart is healthy to begin 2011, our No.1 or No.2 pitching prospect should be starting at Clearwater. Aumont should not be a reason to hold Cosart back. Remember how quickly Hamels moved up despite DL time and relatively few innings.

  25. I don’t think Zagurski is going to make the team, but Bastardo should (if he is not injured). The Phillies will also have an experienced lefty specialist – it will be Romero if he accepts a large pay cut (think 1 yr. $1.5 million) – otherwise they’ll find somebody else. I agree that Mathieson will be on the big club – he will take Herndon’s place. One of Durbin or Contreras will be back, but not both – I am guessing it will probably be Durbin because he fills a very specific role which is important and not easy to do well (bridge between starter and set-up man). If there are injuries in the majors there will be a lot of capable guys to fill in. In the long run, I think Madson becomes the closer and DeFratus is groomed for set-up duties and, ultimately, to become the closer.

  26. Tom, ha! Fair enough. My logic is that Zeid is not considered one of the premium arms, so he will not be among the rotation in CLW. I also assume that he will only be in Reading if he is considered a reliever only, since a double jump after that little starting experience in low A would be unusual. Hence, if they want to make him a full-time starter, start him in Lakewood and have him be the first one to move up when things change in CLW. I could just as easily see him pitching multiple innings at a time out of the Threshers’ pen, however.

  27. I agree with your assessments BP, just think they will find someplace for him to pitch at a higher level, especially after his playoff performance and reports on his stuff. It will be interesting as Parent went on record as saying he is a starter, that he doesn’t have the mentality of a reliever. In the past, the Phillies never started their “job sharing” until later in the season, so I’ll be very curious where all the chips fall.

  28. Hey, guys. I love your analysis, and fully expect you folks to be righting about the farm in November when the Phils are celebrating with Champange. That being said, I have a suggestion regarding format.

    It’s tough reading the stat lines the way they are presented. Maybe you should start the subsection for the player in BOLD in the first parapgraph, put the stats in a spreadsheet-like (HTML table) format in the second, then conclude with paragraph containing your narrative. I’ll send an e-mail to help illustrate what I mean.

    I write this because the stats are best presented in a table. It would also allow us to better see how a certain prospect progressed from level to level.

    Any luck making this happen?

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