I meant to publish this in one of my other posts.
MLB has published their top 30 prospects in the Phillies organization. So, let’s see where they were wrong. Here’s their top 30 and the Phuture Phillies top 30. And just for kicks and giggles, I’ve included the end of season top 30 I submitted to the Reading Eagle. Continue reading 2019 Phillies Top 30 Prospects (MLB)
The second annual Phuture Phillies Post Season Prospect Poll has been closed. You were asked to provide your top 30 prospects in the organization as you see them. Your criteria could have included any or all of the following – a player’s present value to the organization, his major league potential, his proximity to the major league, his professional ceiling, his age at their current level, or whatever criteria you feel is important. I received just 17 prospect lists, down from last year’s 43. Continue reading 2018 Phuture Phillies Post Season Top 30 Results
Here are the results of the remaining four “Best” polls. Well, final three polls and one example that some people can’t follow instructions. These final polls are for Right-Handed Starters, Left-Handed Starters, Closers, and the too difficult for people to comprehend Relievers Poll. This concludes the “best of” polls for 2018. Continue reading Results of 2018 Phuture Phillies Top Pitchers Polls
Continuing with the results from “Best” polls. Today, the remaining position players, catchers and outfielders. Continue reading Results of 2018 Phuture Phillies Top Catchers and Outfielders Polls
The results from “Best” polls are in. Over the next several days, I’ll post the readers’ selections in groups. Today, I’ve got the infielders. Continue reading Results of 2018 Phuture Phillies Top Infielders Polls
I’m going to include all the polls in one post rather than drag them out over several days. Based on the drop in participation in the recent James’ Award Polls, this seems prudent.
There are eleven separate polls. Ten we had last year – catcher, first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, center fielder, corner outfielder, left-handed starter, right-handed starter, and closer. You can make THREE selections for each poll. The eleventh poll is for relievers and has an explanation in the poll. It’s not rocket science, but I will disregard it if it becomes too difficult to sort through the entries. Continue reading 2018 Phuture Phillies Pitcher and Position Player Polls
The first Phuture Phillies post season prospect poll ended. The criteria was as diverse as the responses I received. Readers were asked to provide their prospect lists based on the player’s present value to the organization, their major league potential, their professional ceiling, their age at their current level, or whatever criteria you feel is important. I received 43 prospect lists. Continue reading 2017 Phuture Phillies Post Season Prospect Poll Results
Jorge Alfaro received the most votes in the Best Catchers Poll as selected by Phuture Phillies readers. Deivi Grullon finished a distant second. Austin Bossart finished third. Continue reading Results of 2017 Phuture Phillies Top Catchers Poll
Will Hibbs received the most votes in the Best Closers Poll as selected by Phuture Phillies readers. He had a sizable lead over Luke Leftwich , Victor Arano, and Jeff Singer. Continue reading Results of 2017 Phuture Phillies Top Closers Poll
Sixto Sanchez was selected the Best Right-Handed Starting Pitcher in the Phillies minor league system by Phuture Phillies readers. Franklyn Kilome finished second, Tom Eshelman third, and Adonis Medina fourth rounding out the group of pitchers who received at least 10% of the vote. Continue reading Results of 2017 Phuture Phillies Top Right-Handed Starting Pitchers Poll