PhuturePhillies Reader Top 30 (50) Poll for #46

Malquin Canelo takes the 45th prospect slot in our poll.  He received 27 of 118 votes (23%).  David Whitehead finished second with 21 votes

The current poll’s selections so far are listed below. 

  1. J.P. Crawford
  2. Aaron Nola
  3. Maikel Franco
  4. Roman Quinn
  5. Zach Eflin
  6. Ben Lively
  7. Jesse Biddle
  8. Kelly Dugan
  9. Tom Windle
  10. Yoel Mecias
  11. Deivi Grullon
  12. Matt Imhof
  13. Dylan Cozens
  14. Carlos Tocci
  15. Odubel Herrera
  16. Aaron Altherr
  17. Aaron Brown
  18. Franklyn Kilome
  19. Victor Arano
  20. Andrew Knapp
  21. Zach Green
  22. Severino Gonzalez
  23. Cord Sandberg
  24. Jesmuel Valentin
  25. Ricardo Pinto
  26. Luis Encarnacion
  27. Cameron Perkins
  28. Jose Pujols
  29. Andrew Pullin
  30. Tommy Joseph
  31. Nefi Ogando
  32. Jiandido Tromp
  33. Joely Rodriguez
  34. Rhys Hoskins
  35. Brandon Leibrandt
  36. Willians Astudillo
  37. Elniery Garcia
  38. Arquimedes Gamboa
  39. Chris Oliver
  40. Hector Neris
  41. Brian Pointer
  42. Adam Morgan
  43. Elvis Araujo
  44. Samuel Hiciano
  45. Malquin Canelo

The poll for #46 is up next.  I’ve added K.C. Serna as requested.

19 thoughts on “PhuturePhillies Reader Top 30 (50) Poll for #46

    1. You and me are kinda locked in lately. Nunez. We’re the only 2 votes as of 4:30 on Friday.

      I’d take him over Whitehead as both have similar workhorse-type bodies and past injury concerns, but Nunez is closer to the bigs, (though no surprise if they both wind up in the CLR logjam waiting on Reading to open up), Nunez seems to have had a bit of a breakthrough last year after he was shut down to fix his mechanics, and Nunez, while walking more guys, is not wild at all – his 2014 walk rate was under 9%. Not bad at all.

  1. And can anybody give me a comp on this kid? And maybe a bite-sized scouting report? Thank you in advance.

  2. I just don’t understand how people can vote for Whitehead over Alezones. Whitehead is 3.5 years older, pitched one level above. Vastly inferior K numbers, mixed bag on other stats. Alezones seemingly has a projectable arm.

    1. I went with him too. Plays SS and it looks like he knows how to make contact – very few strikeouts. But I am not super passionate about him here, I’d be fine with a number of other guys.

  3. Whitehead – 1st Yr back from TJ w/ 0-HR. Overall very productive stats
    K’s are sexy, but Outs & Lo baserunner #’s are productive.

  4. No mas! I cry uncle, there is literally no one on this list who is anything more than a name in the boxscore to me, it’s like when you get to the bottom of your electoral ballot to the local judges and propositions that sound good on paper but then you get home and you realize you just voted to give a giant tax break to Malaysian casino operators. Oops! I saw David Whitehead pitch once last year and let me say: I’m not seeing it guys.

  5. Remember that Whitehead was coming off an injury. He should be better this year. I haven’t voted for him based on his performance last year, but I think he will do better now.

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