Wrapping up the 2011 Reader Top 30

Kevin Walter takes the last spot in the 2011 Reader Top 30, edging out Scott Mathieson. This concludes the 2011 edition, which was an improvement over last years, which was an improvement over 2008’s version. Thank you to everyone who participated and voted, and for providing plenty of feedback and conversation along the way. Now that we’ve come up with a community list, I’ll give everyone a chance to submit their own personal top 30’s, which I’ll then catalog on a new page at the top of the site for reference. Check below the fold for more.

The community list.

1. Domonic Brown, OF
2. Jon Singleton, OF
3. Jarred Cosart, RHP
4. Brody Colvin, RHP
5. Trevor May, RHP
6. Sebastian Valle, C
7. Vance Worley, RHP
8. Jesse Biddle, LHP
9. Tyson Gillies, OF
10. Justin De Fratus, RHP
11. Jiwan James, OF
12. Julio Rodriguez, RHP
13. Domingo Santana, OF
14. Aaron Altherr, OF
15. Phillippe Aumont, RHP
16. JC Ramirez, RHP
17. Matt Rizzotti, 1B
18. Jon Pettibone, RHP
19. Austin Hyatt, RHP
20. Cesar Hernandez, 2B
21. Harold Garcia, 2B
22. Kelly Dugan, OF
23. Michael Schwimer, RHP
24. Colby Shreve, RHP
25. Freddy Galvis, SS
26. Josh Zeid, RHP
27. Leandro Castro, OF
28. Perci Garner, RHP
29. Cameron Rupp, C
30. Kevin Walter, RHP

You can submit your lists in the comments section of this post, and I will take all of them and then copy/paste them. Please use the following format when submitting your list. You can just copy/paste. “display name” should be self explanatory…if you’re a regular commenter here, use that name. If you regularly leave anonymous comments, give me something I can attach to your list. Thanks.

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79 thoughts on “Wrapping up the 2011 Reader Top 30

  1. gkit:
    1 Domonic Brown
    2 Jared Cosart
    3 Brody Colvin
    4 Jon Singleton
    5 Trevor May
    6 Sebastion Valle
    7 Jesse Biddle
    8 Aaron Altherr
    9 Jiwan James
    10 Julio Rodriguez
    11 Domingo Santana
    12 Harold Garcia
    13 Justin DeFratus
    14 Cesar Hernandez
    15 J.C. Ramirez
    16 Tyson Gillies
    17 Vance Worley
    18 Phillippe Aumont
    19 Jon Pettibone
    20 Perci Garner
    21 Austin Hyatt
    22 Michael Schwimer
    23 Josh Zeid
    24 Matt Rizzotti
    25 Fred Galvis
    26 Mike Stutes
    27 Leandro Castro
    28 Kevin Walter
    29 Miguel Alvarez
    30 Kelly Dugan

    1. 1.Domonic Brown
      2. Brody colvin
      3.jon singleton
      4. jiwan james
      5.Trevor May
      6. jarred cosart
      7. Aaron Altherr
      8.Tyson Gillies
      9.Jesse Biddle
      10. Domingo Santana
      11.Sebastian Valle
      12.Cesar Hernandez
      13.Harold Garcia
      14.matt rizzotti
      15,Justin DeFratus
      16.Vance Worley
      17.Julio Rodriguez
      18.philippe aumont
      19.Kelly Dugan
      20. Nick Hernandez
      21.Cameron rupp
      22.Freddy galvis
      23.Jonathan pettibone
      24.Ky Hudson
      25.Leandro Castro
      26.Austin Hyatt
      27. jc ramirez
      28. matt way
      29. darin ruf
      30 anthony hewitt

  2. Dcwildcat53

    01. Dominic Brown
    02. Jon Singleton
    03. Jared Cosart
    04. Brody Colvin
    05. Trevor May
    06. Sebastian Valle
    07. Jesse Biddle
    08. Tyson Gillies
    09. Jiwan James
    10. Aaron Altherr
    11. Domingo Santana
    12. Vance Worley
    13. JC Ramirez
    14. Cesar Hernandez
    15. Jon Pettibone
    16. Justin DeFratus
    17. Julio Rodriguez
    18. Phillipe Aumont
    19. Kelly Dugan
    20. Colby Shreve
    21. Harold Garcia
    22. Leandro Castro
    23. Kevin Walter
    24. Perci Garner
    25. Austin Hyatt
    26. Gauntlett Eldemire
    27. Brian Pointer
    28. Jon Musser
    29. Miguel Alvarez
    30. Zach Collier

    1. 1. Dominic brown
      2. Brody colvin
      3. Jon singleton
      4. Kelly Dugan
      5. Jiwan James
      6. Matt rizzoTti
      7. Tyson gillies
      8. Domingo Santana
      9. Jiwan James
      10. Jesse Biddle
      11. Jared cosart
      12.Ky. Hudson
      13.Freddy galvis
      14.Vance worley
      15. Trevor may
      16.Austin hyatt
      17.Aron alther
      18. Justin defrauts
      19.Julio Rodriguez
      20. Nick Hernandez
      21.Cesar Hernandez
      22.Anthony Hewitt
      23. Cameron rupp
      24.Tag BoziEd
      25.philippe aumont
      26.Josh zied
      27. Drain Ruf
      28. Jonathan pettibone
      29. Sebastian Valle I forgot to put him up around 7
      30.Matt way

  3. display name: Jim Kaat

    01.Domonic Brown
    02.Jon Singleton
    03.Jesse Biddle
    04.Trevor May
    05.Sebastian Valle
    06.Jared Cosart
    07.Brody Colvin
    08.Tyler Gillies
    09.Kelly Dugan
    10.Vance Worley
    11.Harold Garcia
    12.Jiwan James
    13.Domingo Santana
    14.Aaron Altherr
    15.Cameron Rupp
    16.Colby Shreve
    17.Juan Ramirez
    18.Terrance Warren
    19.Justin DeFratus
    20.Cesar Hernandez
    21.Gaunlett Eldemire
    22.Julio Rodriguez
    23.Matt Way
    24.Matt Rizzotti
    25.Freddy Galvis
    26.Philippe Aumont
    27.Percy Garner
    28.Joe Savery
    29.Nick Hernandez
    30.Austin Hyatt

  4. kphilly:

    1. Domonic Brown
    2. Jonathan Singleton
    3. Jared Cosart
    4. Brody Colvin
    5. Trevor May
    6. Sebastian Valle
    7. Jesse Biddle
    8. Tyson Gillies
    9. Vance Worley
    10 Justin DeFratus
    11. Jiwan James
    12. Cesar Hernandez
    13. Domingo Santana
    14. Julio Rodriguez
    15. Aaron Altherr
    16. JC Ramirez
    17. Phillipe Aumont
    18. Jon Pettibone
    19. Harold Garcia
    20. Austin Hyatt
    21. Mike Schwimer
    22. Freddie Galvis
    23. Leandro Castro
    24. Mike Rizzoti
    25. Josh Zeid
    26. Colby Shreve
    27. Kelly Dugan
    28. Perci Garner
    29. Cameron Rupp
    30. Mike Stutes

    1. I’m expecting big things from #8 Tyson Gillies on my list…I’m hoping .300 batting average 40 sbs…I pick DeFratus high at #10 as I believe he builds off last yr and ends up in Philly during the summer. At first I didn’t have C.Hernandez that high but I have read many good things about him.
      Jiwan James I believe continue to improve…280 and 40 sbs. Watch out for Josh Zeid out of the bullpen in Reading. Other guys not in my #30 who could be by July; Eldemire, Collier, Franco, N.Hernandez, and Way.

  5. Joey0210:

    1. Domonic Brown
    2. Jonathan Singleton
    3. Jarred Cosart
    4. Brody Colvin
    5. Sebastian Valle
    6. Trevor May
    7. Jesse Biddle
    8. Tyson Gillies
    9. Jiwan James
    10. Justin DeFratus
    11. Julio Rodriguez
    12. Domingo Santana
    13. Aaron Altherr
    14. Cesar Hernandez
    15. Phillippe Aumont
    16. J.C. Ramirez
    17. Vance Worley
    18. Austin Hyatt
    19. Jon Pettibone
    20. Matt Rizzotti
    21. Harold Garcia
    22. Colby Shreve
    23. Freddy Galvis
    24. Leandro Castro
    25. Kelly Dugan
    26. Mike Schwimer
    27. Josh Zeid
    28. Perci Garner
    29. Cameron Rupp
    30. Kevin Walter

  6. display name: bluethree

    01. Domonic Brown
    02. Jon Singleton
    03. Brody Colvin
    04. Jared Cosart
    05. Trevor May
    06. Sebastian Valle
    07. Jesse Biddle
    08. Domingo Santana
    09. Aaron Altherr
    10. Cesar Hernandez
    11. Vance Worley
    12. Julio Rodriguez
    13. Justin De Fratus
    14. Jiwan James
    15. Tyson Gillies
    16. JC Ramirez
    17. Josh Zeid
    18. Freddy Galvis
    19. Leandro Castro
    20. Matt Rizzotti
    21. Harold Garcia
    22. Austin Hyatt
    23. Perci Garner
    24. Kelly Dugan
    25. Philippe Aumont
    26. Kevin Walter
    27. Gauntlett Eldemire
    28. Jonathan Musser
    29. Zach Collier
    30. Brian Pointer

  7. Bellman:

    01. Dominic Brown, OF
    02. Jared Cosart, RHP
    03. Jon Singleton, 1B
    04. Trevor May, RHP
    05. Brody Colvin, RHP
    06. Sebastian Valle, C
    07. Vance Worley, RHP
    08. Jiwan James, OF
    09. Domingo Santana, OF
    10. Aaron Altherr. OF
    11. Tyson Gillies, OF
    12. Jesse Biddle, LHP
    13. Harold Garcia, 2B
    14. Justin De Fratus, LHP
    15. Julio Rodriguez, RHP
    16. Cesar Hernandez, 2B
    17. JC Ramirez, RHP
    18. Colby Shreve, RHP
    19. Phillippe Aumont, RHP
    20. Matthew Rizzotti, 1B
    21. Jon Pettibone, RHP
    22. Leandro Castro, OF
    23. Austin Hyatt, RHP
    24. Freddy Galvis, SS
    25. Joshua Zeid, RHP
    26. Kelly Dugan, OF
    27. Nick Hernandez, LHP
    28. Mario Hollands, LHP
    29. Michael Schwimer, RHP
    30. Eric Pettis, RHP

  8. mike77:

    01. Brown
    02. Cosart
    03. Singleton
    04. Colvin
    05. May
    06. Biddle
    07. Valle
    08. James
    09. Altherr
    10. J Rodriguez
    11. Worley
    12. C Hernandez
    13. Santana
    14. JC Ramirez
    15. Gillies
    16. DeFratus
    17. Aumont
    18. H Garcia
    19. Castro
    20. Dugan
    21. Alvarez
    22. Pettibone
    23. Schwimer
    24. Garner
    25. Walter
    26. Nunez
    27. Franco
    28. Rupp
    29. Zeid
    30. Hyatt

    1. continued…
      31. Shreve
      32. Galvis
      33. Naylor
      34. Rizzotti
      35. Hollands (sleeper pitchers)
      36. Marlon Mitchell (sleeper hitters)
      37. Pointer
      38. Eldemire
      39. Musser
      40. Anderson Gonzalez
      41. Lino Martinez
      42. Chace Numata
      43. D Buchanan
      44. Fransisco Silva
      45. Z Collier

  9. Alan

    01. Domonic Brown
    02. Jonathan Singleton
    03. Jarred Cosart
    04. Brody Colvin
    05. Trevor May
    06. Sebastian Valle
    07. Jiwan James
    08. Jesse Biddle
    09. Cesar Hernandez
    10. Domingo Santana
    11. Vance Worley
    12. Tyson Gillies
    13. Aaron Altherr
    14. Justin De Fratus
    15. Leandro Castro
    16. Scott Mathieson
    17. Phillippe Aumont
    18. Julio Rodriguez
    19. J.C. Ramirez
    20. Harold Garcia
    21. Kelly Dugan
    22. Austin Hyatt
    23. Matt Rizzotti
    24. Freddy Galvis
    25. Colby Shreve
    26. Miguel Nunez
    27. Percy Garner
    28. Jonathan Pettibone
    29. Joshua Zeid
    30. Cameron Rupp

    I moved Garner onto my list and Miguel Alvarez off.

  10. display name: Puko

    01.Domonic Brown
    02.Jarred Cosart
    03.Jon Singleton
    04.Brody Colvin
    05.Trevor May
    06.Jesse Biddle
    07.Sebastian Valle
    08.Aaron Altherr
    09.Vance Worley
    10.Jiwan James
    11.Tyson Gillies
    12.Domingo Santana
    13.Justin DeFratus
    14.J.C. Ramirez
    15.Cesar Hernandez
    16.Phillippe Aumont
    17.Jon Pettibone
    18.Matt Rizzotti
    19.Harold Garcia
    20.Julio Rodriguez
    21.Austin Hyatt
    22.Perci Garner
    23.Josh Zeid
    24.Michael Schwimer
    25.Leandro Castro
    26.Kevin Walter
    27.Mario Hollands
    28.Cameron Rupp
    29.Kelly Dugan
    30.Gauntlett Eldemire

  11. B in DC:
    01. Brown
    02. Singleton
    03. Colvin
    04. Cosart
    05. May
    06. Gillies
    07. Valle
    08. Biddle
    09. Santana
    10. DeFratus
    11. James
    12. Rodriguez
    13. Altherr
    14. Pettibone
    15. Garcia
    16. Aumont
    17. Worley
    18. Rizzotti
    19. Hernandez
    20. Ramirez
    21. Hyatt
    22. Dugan
    23. Galvis
    24. Garner
    25. Castro
    26. Mathieson
    27. Zeid
    28. Walter
    29. Rupp
    30. Pettis

  12. DPhrey

    1 Domonic Brown
    2 Brody Colvin
    3 Jonathan Singleton
    4 Jarred Cosart
    5 Trevor May
    6 Sebastian Valle
    7 Jesse Biddle
    8 Vance Worley
    9 Justin De Fratus
    10 Cesar Hernandez
    11 Julio Rodriguez
    12 Aaron Altherr
    13 Domingo Santana
    14 Tyson Gillies
    15 Harold Garcia
    16 J.C. Ramirez
    17 Jiwan James
    18 Jonathan Pettibone
    19 Leandro Castro
    20 Colby Shreve
    21 Michael Schwimer
    22 Austin Hyatt
    23 Phillippe Aumont
    24 Matthew Rizzotti
    25 Kelly Dugan
    26 Joshua Zeid
    27 Kevin Walter
    28 Maikel Franco
    29 Percy Garner
    30 Anderson Gonzalez

      1. Got conflicting reports when he signed. Phillies staff hyped his bat. Baseball America hyped his glove, but questioned whether he would hit.
        Either way, 300k (3rd round money) for a 15 year old means they think he is good.

      2. I always take a flyer in the #30 spot. The Phils paid him a lot of money, and they have had some recent success with middle infielders from Latin America.

  13. Boston Phan:

    01. Dominic Brown
    02. Jonathan Singleton
    03. Brody Colvin
    04. Jarred Cosart
    05. Trevor May
    06. Vance Worley
    07. Tyson Gillies
    08. Sebastian Valle
    09. Jesse Biddle
    10. Jiwan James
    11. Julio Rodriguez
    12. Aaron Altherr
    13. Domingo Santana
    14. JC Ramirez
    15. Freddy Galvis
    16. Justin DeFratus
    17. Matt Rizzotti
    18. Carlos Hernandez
    19. Harold Garcia
    20. Leandro Castro
    21. Jonathan Pettibone
    22. Austin Hyatt
    23. Philippe Aumont
    24. Josh Zeid
    25. Perci Garner
    26. Colby Shreve
    27. Miguel Nunez
    28. Kevin Walter
    29. Nick Hernandez
    30. Michael Schwimer

  14. Section 113:

    1. Domonic Brown
    2. Jon Singleton
    3. Brody Colvin
    4. Jared Cosart
    5. Trevor May
    6. Sebastion Valle
    7. Jesse Biddle
    8. Vance Worley
    9. Tyson Gillies
    10. Justin DeFratus
    11. Jiwan James
    12. Domingo Santana
    13. Austin Hyatt
    14. Julio Rodriguez
    15. Aaron Altherr
    16. Harold Garcia
    17. Cesar Hernandez
    18. Jon Pettibone
    19. J.C. Ramirez
    20. Matt Rizzotti
    21. Leandro Castro
    22. Michael Schwimer
    23. Josh Zeid
    24. Nick Hernandez
    25. Jeremy Barnes
    26. Colby Shreve
    27. Freddy Galvis
    28. Phillippe Aumont
    29. Mike Stutes
    30. Kelly Dugan

  15. Murray
    1 Brown
    2 Singleton
    3 Cosart
    4 Colvin
    5 May
    6 Valle
    7 Biddle
    8 Worley
    9 Gillies
    10 DeFratus
    11 James
    12 Altherr
    13 Santana
    14 Julio Rodriquez
    15 Pettibone
    16 Harold Garcia
    17 Cesar Hernandez
    18 Hyatt
    19 Shreve
    20 Castro
    21 Aumont
    22 JC Ramirez
    23 Zeid
    24 Galvis
    25 Rizzotti
    26 Garner
    27 Eldmire
    28 Dugan
    29 Nick Hernandez
    30 Kevin Walter

  16. 1. Domonic Brown
    2. Jon Singleton
    3. Trevor May
    4. Jarred Cosart
    5. Brody Colvin
    6. Sebastian Valle
    7. Jiwan James
    8. Vance Worley
    9. Jesse Biddle
    10. Scott Mathieson
    11. Justin De Fratus
    12. Aaron Altherr
    13. Harold Garcia
    14. Tyson Gillies
    15. Domingo Santana
    16. Julio Rodriguez
    17. Phillippe Aumont
    18. J C Ramirez
    19. Michael Schwimer
    20. Kelly Dugan
    21. Freddy Galvis
    22. Andrew Carpenter
    23. Matt Rizzotti
    24. Cesar Hernandez
    25. Jon Pettibone
    26. Austin Hyatt
    27. Nick Hernandez
    28. Josh Zeid
    29. Mike Stutes
    30. Leandro Castro
    31. Cameron Rupp
    32. Colby Shreve
    33. Perci Garner
    34. Matt Way
    35. Eric Pettis
    36. Gauntlett Eldemire
    37. Zack Collier
    38. Kevin Walter
    39. Maikel Franco
    40. Bryan Morgado
    41. Mario Hollands
    42. Jonathan Musser
    43. Miguel Alvarez
    44. Cody Overbeck
    45. Brian Pointer
    46. Derrick Mitchell
    47. Ebelin Lugo
    48. Drew Naylor
    49. Michael Martinez
    50. Carlos Rivera

  17. display name – NEPA Philly
    1. Domonic Brown
    2. Jon Singleton
    3. Trevor May
    4. Jarred Cosart
    5. Brody Colvin
    6. Sebastian Valle
    7. Jiwan James
    8. Vance Worley
    9. Jesse Biddle
    10. Scott Mathieson
    11. Justin De Fratus
    12. Aaron Altherr
    13. Harold Garcia
    14. Tyson Gillies
    15. Domingo Santana
    16. Julio Rodriguez
    17. Phillippe Aumont
    18. J C Ramirez
    19. Michael Schwimer
    20. Kelly Dugan
    21. Freddy Galvis
    22. Andrew Carpenter
    23. Matt Rizzotti
    24. Cesar Hernandez
    25. Jon Pettibone
    26. Austin Hyatt
    27. Nick Hernandez
    28. Josh Zeid
    29. Mike Stutes
    30. Leandro Castro
    31. Cameron Rupp
    32. Colby Shreve
    33. Perci Garner
    34. Matt Way
    35. Eric Pettis
    36. Gauntlett Eldemire
    37. Zack Collier
    38. Kevin Walter
    39. Maikel Franco
    40. Bryan Morgado
    41. Mario Hollands
    42. Jonathan Musser
    43. Miguel Alvarez
    44. Cody Overbeck
    45. Brian Pointer
    46. Derrick Mitchell
    47. Ebelin Lugo
    48. Drew Naylor
    49. Michael Martinez
    50. Carlos Rivera

  18. Ken45:

    01. Domonic Brown
    02. Vance Worley
    03. Jonathan Singleton
    04. Sebastian Valle
    05. Trevor May
    06. Jarred Cosart
    07. Brody Colvin
    08. Julio Rodriguez
    09. Jesse Biddle
    10. Justin DeFratus
    11. Domingo Santana
    12. Tyson Gillies
    13. Austin Hyatt
    14. Freddy Galvis
    15. Cesar Hernandez
    16. Aaron Altherr
    17. Michael Schwimer
    18. Leandro Castro
    19. Harold Garcia
    20. Jiwan James
    21. JC Ramirez
    22. Kelly Dugan
    23. Phillippe Aumont
    24. Josh Zeid
    25. Scott Mathieson
    26. Perci Garner
    27. John Mayberry Jr
    28. Jon Pettibone
    29. Matt Rizzotti
    30. Collier Zachary

  19. Thadyoungin9
    1 Brown
    2 Singleton
    3 Cosart
    4 Colvin
    5 May
    6 Valle
    7 Biddle
    8 Gillies
    9 Altherr
    10 Worley
    11 James
    12 Santana
    13 Julio Rodriguez
    14 Defratus
    15 JC Ramirez
    16 Cesar Hernandez
    17 Aumont
    18 Colby Shreve
    19 Scott Mathieson
    20 Mike Schwimmer
    21 Austin Hyatt
    22 Jon Pettibone
    23 Kelly Dugan
    24 Perci Garner
    25 Kevin Walter
    26 Cameron Rupp
    27 Matt Rizzotti
    28 Freddy Galvis
    29 Harold Garcia
    30 Zack Collier

  20. Mathieson will make the Phillies—-readers cannot even put him in the top 30—very baseball savvy readers it appears!

    1. I think we all assume he will make it to the Phils again at some point, possibly out of camp this year even. No one is really sure whether he’ll be any good when he gets there, and whether his arm will continue to stay attached to his body.

      Now, why don’t you tell us what makes you so savvy?

    2. No longer MLB rookie-eligible, so I won’t list him. I’m also not listing any of the 2010 draftees unless they got a reasonable number of AB or IP this past summer as pros. Everyone has their own eligibility rules. Not listing Mathieson does not mean the list-maker is ignorant of his talent.

    3. Matheson will only make the squad out of ST in the event of an injury or if the Phils release Baez in ST. If they don’t trade Blanton (I think they will) and only keep 11, Matheson will be even one more player down the ladder behind Bastardo for a spot. And with a max upside of a middle reliever at this point, why should that be top 30?

  21. Allentown:

    1. Brown
    2. Singleton
    3. Colvin
    4. Cosart (would be 2 without the injury shutdown)
    5. May
    6. Valle
    7. Biddle
    8. Gillies
    9. Altherr
    10.DeFratus
    11.James
    12.Santana
    13.Cesar Hernandez
    14.Worley
    15.Pettibone
    16.Ramierez
    17.J. Rodriguez
    18.Rizzotti
    19.H. Garcia
    20.Zeid
    21.Hyatt
    22.Dugan
    23.Shreve
    24.Aumont
    25.Schwimer
    26.Alvarez
    27.Galvis
    28.Castro
    29.Maikel Franco
    30.N.Hernandez
    31.Rupp (because BA goes to 31)

    Before anyone gripes, I excluded Mathieson and Bastardo as major leaguers and all of the 2010 draftees who only have zero or a few AB or IP in 2010 GCL.

  22. 1. Domonic Brown–a top-ten prospect in all of baseball. Disappointing end to last season, but reportedly already in CLW working out.
    2. Jon Singleton–too good for the SAL early, seemed to have lost interest later in the year. Could be in the top ten as well if he plays like he did last spring.
    3. Jared Cosart–great power arm–reaches 97 consistently. Injury last year was scary, but he’s reportely all better.
    4. Brody Colvin–some rate him better than Cosart, but he doesn’t miss as many bats.
    5. Sebastian Valle–defense really improved this year, so now he will probably not need to move to another position.
    6. Trevor May–great stuff, but struggled when promoted to CLW.
    7. Jesse Biddle–awesome debut. Reportedly has a great makeup to go along with his pitching repertoire.
    8. Scott Mathieson–some won’t rate him due to age or MLB experience, but this kind of a power arm is a prospect at any age, and due to his surgeries he’s a special case. Working with Sutter.
    9. Vance Worley–looked really good in the big leagues last year. Needs to pitch well in AAA this year.
    10. Justin DeFratus–power arm, good control. Future closer stuff.
    11. Jiwan James–breakout candidate. Great athlete, needs to lay off bad pitches.
    12. Domingo Santana–what do we have with him? Full season at Lakewood this year will let us know. Great patience.
    13. Julio Rodriguez–unbelievable 14.4 K/9 IP last year. Needs to be a full-time starter.
    14. Tyson Gillies–if healthy would be much higher. Fast, good eye, great D. Just needs a good AA season.
    15. Cesar Hernandez–Phils and other observers love him. Stats are good, but no power at all.
    16. Matt Rizzotti–great, great hit tool. He’s got to find a position. Or he’s trade bait, but not very valuable since all other teams will know he’s blocked.
    17. Harold Garcia–at least a big league utility guy. Can play SS, but is better at 2B or 3B. If his power improves we’ll have another blocked position player…
    18. Austin Hyatt–reportedly now throws 94, and misses a lot of bats.
    19. Aaron Altherr–very solid young player who has yet to show power or patience.
    20. JC Ramirez–who knows, really? Looks like a solid AAA/AAAA guy, but gave up way too many HRs in REading.
    21. Perci Garner–a horse who hasn’t played all that much baseball, throws really hard with a good curve.
    22. Maikel Franco–17-year-old not overwhelmed in GCL.
    23. Kelly Dugan–had the best 2 weeks of anyone in the system last year at GCL. Needs to consistently perform.
    24. Michael Schwimer–smart, determined, has 4 pitches he can throw any time.
    25. Josh Zeid–just keeps throwing zeroes. Closed and started last year, and built up his K/IP.
    26. Jon Pettibone–could be better, but needs to miss bats. Low WHIP, improved later in the year.
    27. Eric Pettis–unreal stats at WMPT last year. Also pitched well in the playoffs.
    28. Miguel Alvarez–hit for a very high average at WMPT, but needs to improve power. At 6’1″, 170 he has room to get more muscular.
    29. Matt Way–misses a lot of bats, but has to move quickly.
    30. Nick Hernandez–lefty posted a 0.81 WHIP in 8 starts at Lakewood–good K-rate, great control.
    31. (Bonus for those who consider Mathieson ineligible) Freddy Galvis–might be his last chance to learn to hit and become more than Anderson Machado.

    1. Mathieson at #8?!?

      Really???

      You’re completely entitled to your opinion but wow…that’s high. I do appreciate and like that you added comments/explanations for all your picks.

  23. Pettis needs to improve on that 88 mph reading that kept popping up on the Lakewood scoreboard in the SAL finals. Hard to judge talent who were given a game uniform for only a game or two last year.

  24. GregA:
    1 Domonic Brown
    2 Brody Colvin
    3 Jon Singleton
    4 Jared Cosart
    5 Trevor May
    6 Sebastion Valle
    7 Tyson Gillies
    8 Vance Worley
    9 Domingo Santana
    10 Jesse Biddle
    11 Jiwan James
    12 Jon Pettibone
    13 Julio Rodriguez
    14 Aaron Altherr
    15 Justin DeFratus
    16 Colby Shreve
    17 Phillippe Aumont
    18 Cesar Hernandez
    19 J.C. Ramirez
    20 Kelly Dugan
    21 Matt Rizzotti
    22 Austin Hyatt
    23 Freddy Galvis
    24 Harold Garcia
    25 Cameron Rupp
    26 Miguel Franco
    27 Gauntlett Eldmire
    28 Josh Zeid
    29 Leandro Castro
    30 Miguel Alvarez

  25. Jslasher88

    01. Domonic Brown
    02. Jonathan Singleton
    03. Jarred Cosart
    04. Brody Colvin
    05. Trevor May
    06. Sebastian Valle
    07. Jesse Biddle
    08. Julio Rodriguez
    09. Aaron Altherr
    10. Tyson Gillies
    11. Vance Worley
    12. Jiwan James
    13. Domingo Santana
    14. Cesar Hernandez
    15. Jon Pettibone
    16. Justin De Fratus
    17. Kelly Dugan
    18. Harold Garcia
    19. Leandro Castro
    20. JC Ramirez
    21. Philippe Aumont
    22. Mike Schwimer
    23. Josh Zeid
    24. Colby Shreve
    25. Matt Rizzotti
    26. Miguel Alvarez
    27. Freddy Galvis
    28. Mike Stutes
    29. Maikel Franco
    30. Ebelin Lugo

    1. That’s a really good question. Also, I was looking forward to seeing the progression of Ryan Sasaki from that same draft class. Sasaki had good numbers in 2009 but also mysteriously disappeared in 2010. My guess is they were injured…what a bonus it would be if they both came back with big seasons this year!

  26. Handzus

    01. Domonic Brown
    02. Jonathan Singleton
    03. Brody Colvin
    04. Jarred Cosart
    05. Trevor May
    06. Sebastien Valle
    07. Vance Worley
    08. Julio Rodriguez
    09. Jesse Biddle
    10. Tyson Gillies
    11. Aaron Altherr
    12. JC Ramirez
    13. Domingo Santana
    14. Cesar Hernandez
    15. Jiwan James
    16. Justin De Fratus
    17. Phillippe Aumont
    18. Freddy Galvis
    19. Michael Schwimer
    20. Colby Shreve
    21. Jon Pettibone
    22. Austin Hyatt
    23. Matt Rizzotti
    24. Cameron Rupp
    25. Perci Garner
    26. Kevin Walter
    27. Harold Garcia
    28. Michael Stutes
    29. Lisalberto Bonilla
    30. Kelly Dugan

  27. 1 Domonic Brown
    2 Jared Cosart
    3 Brody Colvin
    4 Jon Singleton
    5 Trevor May
    6 Sebastion Valle
    7 Jesse Biddle
    8 Aaron Altherr
    9 Cesar Hernandez
    10 Domingo Santana
    11 Tyson Gillies
    12 Jiwan James
    13 Julio Rodriguez
    14 Harold Garcia
    15 Vance Worley
    16 Justin DeFratus
    17 J.C. Ramirez
    18 Matt Rizzotti
    19 Fred Galvis
    20 Jon Pettibone
    21 Josh Zeid
    22 Austin Hyatt
    23 Leandro Castro
    24 Phillippe Aumont
    25 Miguel Alvarez
    26 Perci Garner
    27 Kevin Walter
    28 Kelly Dugan
    29 Gauntlett Eldemire
    30 Maikel Franco

  28. NEPP’s List

    01. Dom Brown
    02. Jon Singleton
    03. Jarred Cosart
    04. Brody Colvin
    05. Trevor May
    06. Sebastian Valle
    07. Tyson Gillies
    08. Jesse Biddle
    09. Vance Worley
    10. Domingo Santana
    11. Justin DeFratus
    12. Julio Rodriguez
    13. Aaron Altherr
    14. JC Ramirez
    15. Cesar Hernandez
    16. Phillippe Aumont
    17. Jiwan James
    18. Harold Garcia
    19. Kelly Dugan
    20. Jon Pettibone
    21. Austin Hyatt
    22. Michael Scwhimer
    23. Matt Rizzotti
    24. Cameron Rupp
    25. Colby Shreve
    26. Leandro Castro
    27. Josh Zeid
    28. Perci Garner
    29. Freddy Galvis
    30. Kevin Walter

  29. Brandon:

    01. Domonic Brown
    02. Jonathan Singleton
    03. Jarred Cosart
    04. Brody Colvin
    05. Trevor May
    06. Sebastian Valle
    07. Jiwan James
    08. Jesse Biddle
    09. Domingo Santana
    10. Tyson Gillies
    11. Justin De Fratus
    12. Vance Worley
    13. Julio Rodriguez
    14. Cesar Hernandez
    15. Aaron Altherr
    16. Phillippe Aumont
    17. Kelly Dugan
    18. Freddy Galvis
    19. J.C. Ramirez
    20. Jon Pettibone
    21. Miguel Alvarez
    22. Zach Collier
    23. Austin Hyatt
    24. Matt Rizzotti
    25. Harold Garcia
    26. Colby Shreve
    27. Mike Stutes
    28. Michael Schwimer
    29. Mike Cisco
    30. Josh Zeid

  30. display name: marfis
    key- * LHP or batter, # switch hitter
    1. * Domonic Brown, OF
    2. *Jon Singleton, OF-1B
    3. Brody Colvin, P
    4. Jared Cosart, P
    5. Trevor May, P
    6. *Jesse Biddle, P
    7. Julio Rodriguez, P
    8. Sebastien Valle, C
    9. Vance Worley, P
    10. J.C.Ramirez,P
    11. Phillippe Aumont, P
    12. Domingo Santana, OF
    13. Justin DeFratus, P
    14.# Jiwan James, OF
    15. Aaron Altherr, OF
    16. Austin Hyatt, P
    17. # Freddy Galvis, SS
    18. # Cesar Hernandez, 2B
    19. Perci Garner, P
    20. # Kelly Dugan, OF
    21. Jon Petitbone, P
    22. *Matt Rizzotti, 1B
    23. # Harold Garcia, 2B
    24. Cameron Rupp, C
    25. Leandro Castro, OF
    26. Miguel Alvarez, OF
    27. # Edgar Duran, SS
    28. Drew Naylor, P
    29. * Ervis Manzanillo, P
    30. Steven Malcolm, SS

      1. Well, the level of play might not be down worthy if it was assured he was of the proper mental state and could remain injury free, but I had previously identified Gillies as an “injury risk” and consistency of opinion is one of my watchwords.

  31. Gene’s List

    1. Domonic Brown
    2. Jonathan Singleton
    3. Jared Cosart
    4. Brody Colvin
    5. Trevor May
    6. Sebastian Valle
    7. Tyson Gillies
    8. Julio Rodriguez
    9. Jesse Biddle
    10. Justin DeFratus
    11. Jiwan James
    12. Cesar Hernandez
    13. Domingo Santana
    14. JC Ramirez
    15. Vance Worley
    16. Aaron Altherr
    17. Phillipe Aumont
    18. Austin Hyatt
    19. Harold Garcia
    20. Jon Pettibone
    21. Mike Rizzoti
    22. Mike Schwimer
    23. Scott Mathieson
    24. Leandro Castro
    25. Josh Zeid
    26. Colby Shreve
    27. Kevin Walter
    28. Gaunlett Eldemire
    29. Perci Garner
    30. Cameron Rupp

  32. I came with a spreadsheet combining all the lists into one weighted list (30 points for 1st, 29 for 2nd, etc.). Here is the community list through Gene’s votes. I discounted the anonymous list since it listed Jiwan James twice.

    1. Brown
    2. Singleton
    3. Cosart
    4. Colvin
    5. May
    6. Valle
    7. Biddle
    8. Worley
    9. Gillies
    10. James
    11. Santana
    12. Altherr
    13. DeFratus
    14. Rodriguez
    15. C.Hernandez
    16. Ramirez
    17. Garcia
    18. Aumont
    19. Pettibone
    20. Hyatt
    21. Rizzotti
    22. Dugan
    23. Galvis
    24. Castro
    25. Shreve
    26. Schwimer
    27. Zeid
    28. Garner
    29. Mathieson
    30. Rupp

    Kevin Walter is #31. The community voted list and the composite lists are not terribly different. Cesar Hernandez jumps five spots, Harold Garcia jumps four spots and Matt Rizzotti falls four spots. But most players are in the same ballpark.

    I also can’t help but notice that 25 of 28 ballots list Cesar Hernandez in front of Austin Hyatt.

    1. The #19 vote was such an obvious case of ballot stuffing, in order to force a run-off. Why it was that important to someone? Who knows.

    2. Hey Alan, if you can email me a copy of the spreadsheet when it is fully updated, that would be great. I’ll add it to the eventual home for all of these lists.

      Thanks.

  33. 1. Domonic Brown
    2. Jon Singleton
    3. Brody Colvin
    4. Jared Cosart
    5. Sebastian Valle
    6. Trevor May
    7. Jesse Biddle
    8. Julio Rodriguez
    9. Vance Worley
    10. Aaron Altherr
    11. Justin DeFratus
    12. Jiwan James
    13. Cesar Hernandez
    14. Domingo Santana
    15. Harold Garcia
    16. JC Ramirez
    17. Tyson Gillies
    18. Phillipe Aumont
    19. Kelly Dugan
    20. Kevin Walter- based on reports out of Instructs, breakout
    21. Leandro Castro
    22. Jon Pettibone
    23. Josh Zeid
    24. Matt Rizzotti
    25. Austin Hyatt
    26. Schwim
    27. Cameron Rupp
    28. Matt Rizzotti
    29. Perci Garner
    30. Colby Schreve

    1. Pat Burrell

      1. Domonic Brown
      2. Jon Singleton
      3. Brody Colvin
      4. Jared Cosart
      5. Sebastian Valle
      6. Trevor May
      7. Jesse Biddle
      8. Julio Rodriguez
      9. Vance Worley
      10. Aaron Altherr
      11. Justin DeFratus
      12. Jiwan James
      13. Cesar Hernandez
      14. Domingo Santana
      15. Harold Garcia
      16. JC Ramirez
      17. Tyson Gillies
      18. Phillipe Aumont
      19. Kelly Dugan
      20. Kevin Walter- based on reports out of Instructs, breakout
      21. Leandro Castro
      22. Jon Pettibone
      23. Josh Zeid
      24. Matt Rizzotti
      25. Austin Hyatt
      26. Schwim
      27. Cameron Rupp
      28. Gauntlett Eldemire
      29. Perci Garner
      30. Colby Schreve

  34. 1.brown
    2.singleton
    3. cosart
    4. may
    5. colvin
    6. gillies
    7. valle
    8. julio
    9. biddle
    10. santana
    11. altherr
    12. james
    13. cesar
    14. de fratus
    15. aumont
    16. JC
    17. hyatt
    18. rizzotti
    19. pettibone
    20. dugan
    21. garcia
    22. schwimer
    23. walter
    24. garner
    25. rupp
    26. garcia
    27. galvis
    28. castro
    29. eldemire
    30. collier

  35. I don’t feel comfortable with attempting to assign a cardinal ranking; these are guys still in or barely out of adolescence, still physically & emotionally maturing; and the pace at which each progresses is to much a dynamic (a small change in his release point, a slight change in where he has his hands positioned as he enters his swing, etc). So I am grouping my guesses/judgments in categories that more or less make sense to me.

    1. The guys who have demonstrated the most emerging talent, who are pretty much a consensus top seven: Brown, Singleton, Cosart, May, Colvin, Vale, Gillis.
    2. Then three who seem to have the potential to move rapidly toward the majors this season: Harold Garcia, DeFratus, and (yes) Aumont.
    3. The youngsters with great promise that could very easily appear on the top ten Phillies prospect lists six months or a year from now: Biddle, Altheer, James, Cesar Hernandez, Julio Rodriquez, JC Ramirez, Santana, Fredde Galvis, Carlos Romero.
    4. A few players who could climb into category three and be no surprise: Pettibone, Dugan, Collier, Shreve, a resurgent Kevin Sampson.
    5. The older guys who are going to get a chance in Philly probably before the end of the 2011 season: Bastardo, Mathieson, or (2012) Hyatt, Stutes, maybe Schwimmer, or elsewhere in the majors, Rizzotti.
    6. The Latin players who tend to be overlooked frequently: Castro, Alvarez, Lendy Castillo, G. Mendez, Lugo.

    There is an impressive list of intriguing, promising younger & recently signed kids who IMO simply haven’t yet had adequate exosure in pro ball to be even superficialy evaluated–players who we have to depend on published opinions, many of them not particularly well-informed or resting in demonstrated expertise: Garner, Hollands, Mergado, Walter, Musser, Buchanan, Rupp, Eldimire, Pointer Mitchell, Inch, Sasaki among recent draft selelctions; Latin signings F Siva, A Gonzalez, Solarlte, Franco, Lino Martinez, Zavala, Bonilla, Manzanillo, Rios.

    Then there is the depressing list of once highly touted kids who are on the verge of disappearing from the organization unless there is a solid, unexpected recouping this year: Correa, Edgar Garcia, Hewitt, Hudson, Carpenter, Naylor. Mattair.

    And a few older guys with probably less natural gifts who make it just because of their smarts, competitive drive, benefit of opportunity opening: Zeid, Nick Hernandez, Pettis, Ruf, Cartwright, Overbeck, Barnes among them (my darkhorse choice here is Darren Ruf from Creighton, though he lacks power to go with his glove, average, base-running smarts)

    Finally, I assume that Rule V pick David Herndon will go to LV for the 2011 season to get needed experience and innings, but will return to be a fixture in the Phillies bullpen post Lidge & Contreras. Not sure that Kendrick still has an option left, but if he does I would love to see him spend another full year in Triple A mastering a third pitch to handle lefty hitters (otherwise I think he likely is traded by April).

  36. JKEARSE123
    *Note* I don’t consider any player a prospect once he’s played a game in the MLB, aka taken a swing/or thrown a pitch
    1. Jonathan Singleton
    2. Brody Colvin
    3. Jarred Cosart
    4. Trevor May
    5. Domingo Santana
    6. Sebastian Valle
    7. Jiwan James
    8. Jesse Biddle
    9. Aaron Altherr
    10. Julio Rodriguez
    11. Cesar Hernandez
    12. Tyson Gillies
    13. Justin DeFratus
    14. Jon Pettibone
    15. Austin Hyatt
    16. Freddy Galvis
    17. Phillippe Aumont
    18. Kelly Dugan
    19. Jon Musser
    20. Kevin Walter
    21. Cameron Rupp
    22. Anderson Gonzalez
    23. Francisco Silva
    24. Matt Rizzotti
    25. Leandro Castro
    26. Ebelin Lugo (very, very underrated)
    27. Gauntlett Eldemire
    28. Zach Collier
    29. Marlon Mitchell (I agree with others. Breakout candidate)
    30. Chace Numata (Another breakout candidate… still really young)

    1. So much for Dominic Brown as the number one player on Allan’s chart. Isn’t this how Ted Williams lost the MVP to DiMaggio, while hitting .400?

      1. IIRC, there was some controversy in that one writer left Williams off his ballot entirely. But Bill James pointed out that even if the writer had listed Williams first, Dimaggio would’ve won the award.

        Besides, Bill Terry had hit .401 just eleven years prior. Its easy to note in retrospect that Williams was the last .400 hitter, but that wasn’t obvious at the time.

        I’m not running the math at this time, but I think Brown would still rank #1 on the list.

      1. Nope… I’ve watched JC live. He has good stuff, but not great stuff. Below average numbers at A+, yuck numbers at AA, and a lot of work to do on his control, needs to lower his WHIP… and he has never really had a good season outside of the VSL.

  37. PhillyCuban

    01. Dom Brown
    02. Jarred Cosart
    03. Brody Colvin
    04. Jon Singleton
    05. Trevor May
    06. Sebastian Valle
    07. Tyson Gillies
    08. Domingo Santana
    09. Jiwan James
    10. Aaron Altherr
    11. Vance Worley
    12. Julio Rodriguez
    13. Cesar Hernandez
    14. Justin De Fratus
    15. JC Ramirez
    16. Phillipe Aumont
    17. Harold Garcia
    18. Kelly Dugan
    19. Jon Pettibone
    20. Perci Garner
    21. Kevin Walter
    22. Cameron Rupp
    23. Josh Zeid
    24. Austin Hyatt
    25. Colby Shreve
    26. Michael Schwimer
    27. Freddy Galvis
    28. Leandro Castro
    29. Matt Rizzotti
    30. Nick Hernandez

  38. display name: PhxPhilly
    1 Brown
    2 Colvin
    3 Singleton
    4 Cosart
    5 May
    6 Valle
    7 Biddle
    8 Gillies
    9 Rodriguez
    10 DeFratus
    11 Bastardo
    12 Worley
    13 James
    14 Aumont
    15 Altherr
    16 Rizzotti
    17 C.Hernandez
    18 Pettibone
    19 Mathieson
    20 Santana
    21 Ramirez
    22 Hyatt
    23 H.Garcia
    24 Zeid
    25 Schwimer
    26 Galvis
    27 Dugan
    28 Castro
    29 Shreve
    30 Walter
    31 N.Hernandez
    32 Zagurski

    I added 31 and 32 if Bastardo and Mathieson are not considered valid prospects. Wanted to get my list in before PP finishes his writeups. Since I am late, I added my reasoning for

    display name: PhxPhilly
    1 Brown Undisputed top since tools have been demonstrated at high levels
    2 Colvin Strong build, like his secondary pitches above others, lower risk
    3 Singleton Well rounded hitter at young age, not sure how power will develop
    4 Cosart Possibly best arm in system, had many excited early 2010
    5 May Unhappy that he was demoted but K rate still outstanding, below top4
    6 Valle Catching skills improved, young, power only bat more liable elsewhere
    7 Biddle Maybe too high, but high K rate LHP, eastern bias may need more time
    8 Gillies 2010 ST showed he could be game changer, speed big plus, should recover
    9 Rodriguez Kept moving up as scouting reported higher velocity, sick stats
    10 DeFratus Closer upside, K stuff but good control, converted starter with track record
    11 Bastardo *Big assumption on health, but has great stuff, keep hoping for breakout
    12 Worley Proximity ranks higher, think upside is Blanton (#3 innings eater)
    13 James Needs more development, think he could flop, however, tools are excellent
    14 Aumont Has already flopped, better in relief, great upside, international flashes
    15 Altherr Really going on scouting reports on him, 3B is intriguing, is power there?
    16 Rizzotti Doubt move up list, Reading stats were awesome, still has a little projection
    17 C.Hernandez Moved up (originally wondered why protected), ‘elite’ speed but no power
    18 Pettibone Ranked on second half season imporvements, still low K is concern
    19 Mathieson Proximity, elite FB so potential is there despite age, Phils dislike him
    20 Santana Much lower since I wanted to see more statistical success in 2010
    21 Ramirez Upside likely #4,5 starter or reliever, mixed scouting reports over years
    22 Hyatt Pitcher of year. Reports indicate 3 quality pitches for his success, old
    23 H.Garcia Enough speed and power to be utility player, old for level, proximity
    24 Zeid Old for level, reports say slider is plus so could advance, Stutes/Hyatt type
    25 Schwimer Tops out as setup guy, high K rate still exists but FB not excellent
    26 Galvis Still young, will at least be defensive replacement option, has a little speed
    27 Dugan Hot two week period gives hope, has some power and speed projection
    28 Castro Walk rate low, avg low, likely 4th OF, worth rooting for but not starter
    29 Shreve Due to injury is behind, will TJ year 2 improve his stuff, much projection
    30 Walter All projection, picked one 2010 draftee with little pro stats, high ceiling
    31 N.Hernandez Excellent showing but old for level and stuff is not special, lefty helps
    32 Zagurski No easy choice for me here, Lefty reliever is need market, high K, proximity

  39. SidBream Says:
    1. Domonic Brown
    2. Jon Singleton
    3. Jared Cosart
    4. Brody Colvin
    5. Trevor May
    6. Sebastion Valle
    7. Jesse Biddle
    8. Aaron Altherr
    9. Jiwan James
    10. Justin DeFratus
    11. Austin Hyatt
    12. Julio Rodriguez
    13. Jon Pettibone
    14. Tyson Gillies
    15. Domingo Santana
    16. Cesar Hernandez
    17.Vance Worley
    18.Perci Garner
    19. Josh Zeid
    20. Kelly Dugan
    21. Kevin Walter
    22. Miguel Alvarez
    23. Colby Shreve
    24. Nick Hernandez
    25. Zack Collier
    26. Kyrell Hudson
    27. Ervis Manzanillo
    28. Eblein Lugo
    29. Leandro Castro
    30. Phillippe Aumont

  40. Added the new lists. Worley dropped from 8th to 12th thanks to JKearse not ranking MLB experienced players (Dom Brown remained #1). Justin DeFratus and Julio Rodriguez switched places, as did Kevin Walter and Cameron Rupp. With 34 ballots counted, you don’t get much movement unless someone submits a completely outlandish ballot.

    Funny that after all the Derrick Mitchell nonsense, not one poster ranked him in their personal top 30.

    Some good prospects who weren’t listed:
    -Heitor Correa, RHP. Being from Brazil and having missed a season he’s extremely raw yet. I wouldn’t discount the lightbulb coming on at some point.
    -Francisco Diaz, C. Latin American signing
    -Geancarlo Mendez, OF.
    -Franklyn Zavala, LHP. 16 year old signed late in 2010 for $330K.

    Other players I found interesting who received no votes: Anthony Hewitt, Edgar Garcia (once BA’s #4 Phillies prospect), Albert Cartwright, Michael Martinez.

    Finally, players who made every ballot: Singleton, Colvin, Cosart, May, Valle, James, Santana, Altherr, Rodriguez, DeFratus and Cesar Hernandez.

  41. Nails 1. Domonic Brown, OF
    2. Brody Colvin, RHP
    3. Jarred Cosart, RHP
    4. Jon Singleton, OF
    5. Jesse Biddle, LHP
    6. Trevor May, RHP
    7. Tyson Gillies, OF
    8. Sebastian Valle, C
    9. Vance Worley, RHP
    10. Justin De Fratus, RHP
    11. Phillippe Aumont, RHP
    12. Scott Maitheson, RHP
    13. Julio Rodriguez, RHP
    14. Aaron Altherr, OF
    15. Jiwan James, OF
    16. J C Ramirez, RHP
    17. Jon Pettibone, RHP
    18. Austin Hyatt, RHP
    19. Domingo Santana, OF
    20. Eric Pettis, RHP
    21. Harold Garcia, 2B
    22. Kelly Dugan, OF
    23. Michael Schwimer, RHP
    24. Colby Shreve, RHP
    25. Freddy Galvis, SS
    26. Josh Zeid, RHP
    27. Leandro Castro, OF
    28. Perci Garner, RHP
    29. Cameron Rupp, C
    30. Matt Rizzotti, 1B

  42. What I find also exciting about the state of the farm system is all the prospects that have not even really shown their potential or that are now coming back from injury this year. The list includes:
    Steven Inch
    Kevin Walter
    Guantlett Eldmire
    Colin Kleven
    Ethan Stewart
    Percival Garner
    Bryan Morgado
    Brian Pointer
    Jon Musser
    Matt Way

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