2022 Phuture Phillies Readers’ Vote: #6 Prospect

On to the vote for the #6 prospect in the organization.  There are 25 players listed in the poll below.

The number five spot went to Johan Rojas by a substantial margin.  He received 79 of the 106 votes cast (74.5%).  Luis Garcia and Matt Vierling finished second with six votes each (5.7%).  Hans Crouse received four votes.  Erik Miller and Yhoswar Garcia received three votes each.  Francisco Morales received two votes.  Jhailyn OrtizMickey Moniak, and Kyle Dohy received one each.

In addition to voters in the US, we received votes from Korea and Israel.  Both countries went to Rojas.

A separate write-up on Rojas can be found here.


If you feel I am not going to get to your guy early enough, by all means, ask me to add him in the comments section.

Features of this poll include –

  • To be eligible for a prospect list, a player must still have rookie eligibility.
  • The names will be in alphabetical order.
  • The Other option will be OFF.
  • You can choose ONE prospect.
  • Repeat voting is blocked.
  • Results will be hidden and revealed after the poll is closed.
  • I reserve the right to set aside any outcome if I think anything irregular occurred

The Top 30, so far:

  1. Bryson Stott
  2. Mick Abel
  3. Andrew Painter
  4. Logan O’Hoppe
  5. Johan Rojas


9 thoughts on “2022 Phuture Phillies Readers’ Vote: #6 Prospect

    1. Wow, Hinkie – I thought you were going to vote for Marchan. I happen to agree with you on Luis Garcia here – to me, it’s a no brainer. He’s a plus fielding shortstop with developing plate discipline and power. If he can keep those gains and just hit .250-.270, he could easily become a first division regular.

      1. catch … Marchan is no longer a prospect. If he were, he’d be ranked higher than O’Hoppe for me.

        1. Gosh, I didn’t even realize that. To me, Marchan is as good as his bat develops (if it doesn’t, he’ll have a job forever as an elite defender back-up) – I just have no idea how much development will occur except to say I think it will to some extent for sure.

  1. L.Garcia for me. I think he has a high ceiling, and I look at ceiling and proximity to the Majors. While Vierling is already there, and I like him, I don’t have him high because I am not sure of what his ceiling is. It may still be extra OF. It gets really hard for me now, and I am looking at Y.Garcia, and I also like Miller more than I do Crouse.

    1. My top 3: Abel, Stott and Painter, were no brainers to me. Not necessarily the order but they were top 3. Numbers 4 – 6: O’Hoppe, Rojas and Garcia were in a slot lower but still solidly top 6. After that, it gets hard. I have Crouse, Wilson and the other Garcia as my next 3. The more I look at Wilson, I’m wondering if I’m crazy to have him this high. A lot of analysts like him this high but he hasn’t shown it yet. I may make and adjustment before I make the choice but right now, this is where I have him. I also like Miller around this area. Vierling is a little lower because he might have peaked this year. The Sophomore season the pitchers figure him out and suddenly he’s the 2nd coming of Kingery.

  2. It was between Garcia and Wilson for me but I went with Garcia; higher ceiling and floor, probably. More of a question on the bat though.

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