2022 Phuture Phillies Readers’ Vote: #12 Prospect

On to the vote for the #12 prospect in the organization.  There are 26 players listed in the poll below.

The number eleven spot went to Ethan Wilson by a large margin, 20 votes.  He received 40.9% of the votes cast.  Griff McGarry finished second with 18.2%.  Jhailyn Ortiz finished third with 14.8%.  Simon Muzziotti received six votes.  Mickey Moniak five.  Francisco Morales three.  Damon Jones and Nicolas Torres two.  Jordan Viars, Rickardo Perez, Ethan Lindow, and Erubiel Armenta one each.

A separate write-up on Ethan Wilson can be found here.


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
  6. Luis Garcia
  7. Matt Vierling
  8. Hans Crouse
  9. Yhoswar Garcia
  10. Erik Miller
  11. Ethan Wilson


7 thoughts on “2022 Phuture Phillies Readers’ Vote: #12 Prospect

    1. I can get on the hype train for McGarry. His stuff looks the part. Seems to get up their in a hurry.

      What is his MPH range?
      For the mechanics guys, what do you think about them being repeatable & for the health of his arm?

      What happened to Medina? Was he just released?

      1. He was DFA-ed just before the lockout went into effect. Didn’t have time to elect free agency nor be outrighted. He’s in limbo until a settlement is reached.

      2. McGarry sits 94-97, touch 98 has gotten to 99 in the past. It is very high spin with explosive vertical “rise” to it. His whole arsenal is very analytically pleasing. His breaking balls are also crazy high spin and he has a great angle of attack on his fastball (essentially for a rising fastball coming in flat is better than down), and he gets great extension on all of his pitches. The control is not great, but improved. His raw stuff might be the best in the org.

  1. How did I miss the poll again?!
    There was no #12 poll last night and it’s closed already tonight. Huh?

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