Phuture Phillies 2020 Reader Top 30 Poll for the Phillies #16 Prospect

Johan Rojas was selected as the organization’s #15 prospect.  He received 33 of the 161 votes cast (21%).  Logan O’Hoppe finished second with 22 votes (14%).  Enyel De Los Santos finished third with 16 votes (10%).  Kevin Gowdy received 12  votes.  Deivi Grullo received 10 votes.

Nick Maton received 9 votes.  Mauricio Llovera received 7 votes.

Kendall Simmons and Kyle Young received 5 votes each.

Jhailyn OrtizCole Irvin, and Josh Stephen received 4 votes each.

David Parkinson, Matt Vierling, Luke Leftwich, Austin Listi, Darick Hall, Colton Eastman, and Connor Brogdon received 3 votes each.

Juan Aparicio, Dominic PipkinBen Pelletier, Bailey FalterJamari BaylorKyle Dohy, Arquimedes Gamboa, Addison Russ, and Jonathan Guzman received 1 vote each.

Results, so far –

  1. Alec Bohm
  2. Spencer Howard
  3. Bryson Stott
  4. Erik Miller
  5. Mickey Moniak
  6. Francisco Morales
  7. Connor Seabold
  8. Ethan Lindow
  9. Adonis Medina
  10. Luis Garcia
  11. JoJo Romero
  12. Simon Muzziotti
  13. Rafael Marchan
  14. Damon Jones
  15. Johan Rojas

No new additions to the poll.  The total prospects on the ballot is forty-eight.

10 thoughts on “Phuture Phillies 2020 Reader Top 30 Poll for the Phillies #16 Prospect

  1. The early voting has De Los Santos and O’Hoppe moving to the lead. Both of these guys are in my next few picks. Maton gets my vote here but could throw 5 or 6 names in a hat and pull them one by one. Gowdy is interesting because if you think he’s fully back and ready to fulfill that #2 draft slot, then he should be higher than 16. If you think he’s not quite back then he should be at the end of the top 30. I guess #16 splits the difference.

  2. I am the one who has been writing in Grullon since I think #5 or #6. Give this man some love! After this season I’ll either look like a genius or a moron…. it’s usually both, somehow.

    1. I like Deivi quite a bit but as a prospect I think I would have him around 20. Maton as much as I like what he might be able to do offensively just doesn’t profile all that well as a SS.

      He’s seems a pretty solid 2B so for me Nick is probably 21-22.

      DLS for me here then my next 2 would be Brogdon and Russ

      Connor really had a stellar age 24 season. 3 Levels CLW-REA-LHV he was dominate at CLW and Reading with a sub 1.00 WHIP. K/9 at Reading 14.8.

      Then he gets another promotion to AAA where he posts a 1.082 WHIP and 12.2 K/9. Walks got him a little bit in LHV.

      But here’s why you should love Connor his splits against LHB are better than RHB BAA .140 to .197. Much better Llovera IMO.

    2. I’m a little surprised Grullon hasn’t gotten more votes. He’s probably next for me, then DLS or Ortiz, with the later based on potential if he can every hit a curve ball. A high-ceiling, low-floor kind of guy for me.

  3. I picked Cole Irvin, I think he has a Major League career, and from what I have seen will be more effective than DLS. At this point, I am going with guys I think can be in the Majors soon. The upside guys I need to see have better years at their current levels, and I can always move them up next year.

  4. I have DLS-Maton-Llovera-Castillo-O’Hoppe as the next top prospects and the quartet can be ranked interchangeably depending on the factors/considerations you value.

    I have my order exactly how I wrote it above with the higher minors prospects (DLS-Maton-Llovera) ranked over the higher upside low minors prospects (Castillo-O’Hoppe) since I add value to prospects who can contribute to the major league right now.

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