Phuture Phillies 2020 Reader Poll for the Phillies #32 Prospect

Jamari Baylor was selected as the organization’s #31 prospect.  He received 27 of the 107 votes cast (25%).  Josh Stephen  finished second with 26 votes (24%).   Andrew Schultz finished third with 18 votes (17%).

David Parkinson received 8 votes.  Addison Russ received 7 votes.  Bailey Falter received 6 votes.  Colton Eastman and Gunner Mayer received 4 votes each.  Zach Warren and Rixon Wingrove received 2 votes each.  Alexis Azuaje, Ben Brown, and Juan Aparicio received one vote each.

I plan on running through a 35th poll.

Poll results will remain hidden.

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
  29. Christopher Sanchez
  30. Cole Irvin
  31. Jamari Baylor


6 thoughts on “Phuture Phillies 2020 Reader Poll for the Phillies #32 Prospect

    1. Top 10, behind only Howard, Miller, Morales and Seabold among pitching prospects, probably around 8 or 9.

      1. I get it, but you had Juan Aparicio on the list, and nothing against Juan, but comparing the numbers last year at Full A Lakewood. It’s pretty much a wash. Juan at .191/.230/.279/.509 and Conley at .190/.277/.241/.518 both over about the same amount of ABs. Now Aparicio batted well at short A, but that is short A, and he had a great deal of at bats. Conley hasn’t had a consistent amount of at bats since he got here, but his numbers for his stint at AA Reading toward the end of the season started to show some promise at .273/.429/.455/.883. I think he stills has a bit to prove, but comparatively with Aparicio, I think he equally deserves to be on the list.

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