Phuture Phillies 2020 Reader Top 30 Poll for the Phillies #29 Prospect

Jhailyn Ortiz was selected as the organization’s #28 prospect.  He received 70 of the 206 votes cast (34%).  Christopher Sanchez finished second with 35 votes (17%).  Cole Irvin finished third with 30 votes (15%).

Josh Stephen received 28 votes (14%).  Andrew Schultz and Colton Eastman received 10 votes each.  David Parkinson received 9 votes.  Bailey Falter received 8 votes.  And, Addison Russ received 6 votes.

With Ortiz’ selection, rather than add a bunch of names, I’m going to open up “Other” for the next poll.

Remember, I am going to run several polls past thirty.  Let’s assume that they are so that I have prospects on hand to add to the top thirty as other prospects graduate to the Phillies, lose prospect status, are traded to another organization, or for some other reason are dropped from the top thirty.

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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
  16. Logan O’Hoppe
  17. Enyel De Los Santos
  18. Nick Maton
  19. Kevin Gowdy
  20. Kendall Simmons
  21. Matt Vierling
  22. Luke Leftwich
  23. Deivy Grullon
  24. Mauricio Llovera
  25. Kyle Young
  26. Starlyn Castillo
  27. Connor Brogdon
  28. Jhailyn Ortiz

 

5 thoughts on “Phuture Phillies 2020 Reader Top 30 Poll for the Phillies #29 Prospect

  1. This is pretty surprising in the sense that many of us had him pegged as a top 10
    Prospect for the system in recent years. Hope he can get turned around, back on the upward trajectory.

  2. Just going to keep voting for Irvin. I have for about the last 10 spots. I don’t think everyone appreciates how hard it is to make the Majors, and think that because he won’t star, his ability is diminished, so are voting for people who will make the Majors only by a miracle.

    1. Irvin does lack impact stuff to really made it big in the majors. Irvin is basically like a LH version of a Tyler Cloyd or a SevGon. But this bullpen gig might give him a new opportunity and prolong his MLB playing years. If Irvin cannot increase that velo up pitching from the pen — he will follow the path of a Cloyd or SevGon.

      1. Cole Irvin is the opposite of Pivetta and VV. He has good command, but lacking “stuff” While Pivetta and VV have great “stuff” but lacks the command. Does anyone know a mad scientist that can combine them into one great pitcher???

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