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Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« on: November 19, 2012, 11:37:34 AM »
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1) Jurickson Profar :TEX: - Rangers always seem to have a top infield prospect
2) Trevor Bauer :ARZ: - Bauer strikes out more than one batter per inning
3) Billy Hamilton :CIN: - Stealing 155 bases in a season (and only getting caught 37 times) is amazing
4) Dylan Bundy :BAL: - Part of Baltimore success story in 2012
5) Shelby Miller :STL: - Will be 2013 mainstay in St. Louis
6) Jameson Taillon :PIT: - Tracked to be fixture in Pirates 2014 rotation
7) Danny Hultzen :SEA: - Needs to improve upon AAA showing in 2012
8) Jonathan Singleton :HOU: - Value has skyrocketed since going to Astros
9) Gerrit Cole :PIT: - Cole, part of the Pirates' two aces in their farm system actually picked up some AAA experience in his first year
10) Miguel Sano :MIN: - 28 homers in 2012 was a plus, but .258 avg was a minus; next stop is AA
11) Wil Myers :KC: - Batted .300 at all MILB levels, time for the majors
12) Julio Teheran :ATL: - Rated as top five overall prospect by Baseball America 2011-12
13) Anthony Rendon :WAS: - Forget Harper; Rendon was and is the pure hitting spec to watch in the Nats' system
14) Mike Olt :TEX: - Crushed 28 homers at AA Frisco in 2012 (only 354 AB), called up for a couple weeks and hit no homers with .152 AVG (needs more time)
15) Tyler Skaggs :ARZ: - His time (four seasons) in the minors is enough; it's time for the show (should be regular starter by 2014)
16) Taijuan Walker :SEA: - Like the Pirates, the Mariners have two aces stashed in the minors
17) Christian Yelich :MIA-MLB: - Excellent year in 2012 posting a .329/.402/.516 line
18) Xander Bogaerts :BOS: - The Groovin' Aruban (blame us for the lack of an editor's desk for having this nickname here)
19) Martin Perez :TEX: - Rated top 31 prospect or better from 2010-12 by Baseball America, but AAA WHIP over past two seasons is just a 1.50
20) Jorge Soler :CHC: - Raw talent is there, money is there, but will he pan out?
21) Carlos Correa :HOU: - 1st overall pick in 2013 from the Dominican Republic
22) Nick Franklin :SEA:
23) Nick Castellanos :DET:
24) Gary Brown :SF: - Regressed at AA Richmond; not a power hitter so OBP needs to pick up from .347
25) Bubba Starling :KC: - Part of 1-2 OF punch by KC MILB
26) Brett Jackson :CHC: - Opportunity should be there in 2013
27) A.J. Cole :OAK:
28) Zack Cox :MIA-MLB:
29) Hak-Ju Lee :TB:
30) Michael Choice :OAK: - The choice is yours Michaelů progress or stall?
31) Mike Zunino :SEA:
32) Mike Montgomery :KC:
33) Carlos Martinez :STL:
34) Jackie Bradley, Jr. :BOS:
35) Zach Wheeler :NYM:
36) Nolan Arenado :COL: - Probably the next power-hitting CI to come out of the minors
37) Jake Odorizzi :KC:
38) Archie Bradley :ARZ:
39) Francisco Lindor :CLE:
40) Javier Baez :CHC:
41) Oscar Taveras :STL:
42) James Paxton :SEA: - Hultzen, Walker, and Paxton are giving Seattle a lot of hope
43) Chris Archer :TB:
44) Trevor May :PHI:
45) Jose Fernandez :MIA-MLB:
46) Leonys Martin :TEX:
47) Manny Banuelos :NYY:
48) Jake Marisnick :TOR:
49) Daniel Straily :OAK: - We had a nice glance at his stuff in the majors in 2012
50) Jarred Cosart :HOU: - Top 50 spec by BA pre-2012
51) Mason Williams :NYY:
52) George Springer :HOU:
53) Byron Buxton :MIN:
54) Zach Lee :LAD:
55) Aaron Hicks :MIN:
56) Brad Peacock :OAK:
57) Robbie Erlin :SD: - Sported a sub 1.01 WHIP in 326.1 innings from 2009-12 in MILB
58) Casey Kelly :SD:
59) Albert Almora :CHC:
60) Gary Sanchez :NYY:
61) Kolten Wong :STL:
62) Christian Bethancourt :ATL:
65) Matt Purke :WAS:
63) Taylor Jungmann :MIL:
64) Sonny Gray :OAK: - Another Oakland A pitcher to sneak into stardom sooner than later
67) Cheslor Cuthbert :KC:
66) Tyler Austin :NYY:
68) Tony Cingrani :CIN:
69) Matt Dominguez :HOU:
70) Anthony Gose :TOR: - Latest MLB trades could keep Gose in minors longer
71) Dellin Betances :NYY:
72) Matt Barnes :BOS:
73) Matt Szczur :CHC:
74) Cody Buckel :TEX:
75) Chris Withrow :LAD:
76) Noah Syndergaard :TOR:
77) Josh Bell :PIT:
78) Tommy Joseph :PHI:
79) Lucas Giolito :WAS:
80) Tyrell Jenkins :STL:
81) Jed Bradley :MIL:
82) Ryan Wheeler :ARZ:
83) Stetson Allie :PIT:
84) Rymer Liriano :SD:
85) David Dahl :COL:
86) Casey Crosby :DET:
87) Joe Panik :SF:
88) Ryan Lavarnway :BOS:
89) Logan Schafer :MIL:
90) Alen Hanson :PIT:
91) Matt Davidson :ARZ:
92) Joe Wieland :SD:
93) Allen Webster :BOS:
94) Addison Russell :OAK:
95) Max Fried :SD:
96) Hector Santiago :CHW:
98) Josh Vitters :CHC:
97) Kyle Zimmer :KC:
99) Sebastian Valle :PHI:
100) Scooter Gennett :MIL:
101) Oswaldo Arcia :MIN:
102) Jose Iglesias :BOS:
103) Dillon Howard :CLE:
104) Eddie Rosario :MIN:
105) Chris Stratton :SF:
106) Deck McGuire :TOR:
107) Tim Beckham :TB:
108) Andrew Heaney :MIA-MLB:
109) Cory Spangenberg :SD:
110) Alex Meyer :WAS:
111) Nick Travieso :CIN:
112) Jon Schoop :BAL:
113) Lucas Sims :ATL:
114) Nick Hagadone :CLE:
115) Kyle Gibson :MIN:
116) Gavin Cecchini :NYM:
117) Wily Peralta :MIL:
118) Dan Norris :TOR:
119) Grant Green :OAK:
120) Taylor Guerrieri :TB:
121) Pierce Johnson :CHC:
123) Trey McNutt :CHC:
122) Jennry Mejia :NYM:
124) Anthony Ranaudo :BOS:
125) Nestor Molina :CHW:
126) Jake Realmuto :MIA-MLB:
127) Tyler Thornburg :MIL:
128) Joe Benson :MIN:
129) Chad Bettis :COL:
130) Trayce Thompson :CHW:
131) Victor Roache :MIL:
132) Kevin Gausman :BAL:
133) Blake Swihart :BOS:
134) Kaleb Cowart :LAA:
135) Edward Salcedo :ATL:
136) Alex Torres :TB:
137) Adeiny Hechavarria :TOR:
138) Daniel Corcino :CIN:
139) Bobby Borchering :HOU:
140) Heath Hembree :SF:
141) Neil Ramirez :TEX:
142) Didi Gregorius :CIN:
143) Christian Villanueva :CHC:
144) Marcell Ozuna :MIA-MLB:
145) Dan Klein :BAL:
146) Asher Wojciechowski :HOU:
147) Jesse Biddle :PHI:
148) Corey Seager :LAD:
149) Deven Marrero :BOS:
150) Reese Havens :NYM:
151) Sean Gilmartin :ATL:
152) Brian Goodwin :WAS:
153) Adam Eaton :ARZ:
154) Eduardo Sanchez :STL:
155) Jason Esposito :BAL:
156) Michael Taylor :OAK:
157) Brody Colvin :PHI:
158) Tyler Naquin :CLE:
159) Stephen Piscotty :STL:
160) Luis Heredia :PIT:
161) Robbie Grossman :HOU:
162) Jake Sisco :CLE:
163) Jonathan Pettibone :PHI:
164) John Lamb :KC:
165) Tim Wheeler :COL:
166) Jonathan Villar :HOU:
167) Jeurys Familia :NYM:
168) D.J. Davis :TOR:
169) Tony Sanchez :PIT:
170) Matt Adams :STL:
171) Mitch Haniger :MIL:
172) Ivan DeJesus :BOS:
173) James Ramsey :STL:
174) Alfredo Silverio :LAD:
175) Mikie Mahtook :TB:
176) Marcus Stroman :TOR:
177) Bryce Brentz :BOS:
178) Chad James :MIA-MLB:
179) Tony Wolters :CLE:
180) Aaron Sanchez :TOR:
181) Brandon Nimmo :NYM:
182) Richie Shaffer :TB:
183) Wilmer Flores :NYM:
184) Tanner Scheppers :TEX:
185) Courtney Hawkins :CHW:
186) Ty Hensley :NYY:
187) Jose Campos :NYY:
188) Joe Ross :SD:
189) Rougned Odor :TEX:
190) Michael Wacha :STL:
191) Brandon Jacobs :BOS:
192) Christian Colon :KC:
193) Levi Michael :MIN:
194) Phillippe Aumont :PHI:
195) Sammy Solis :WAS:
196) John Hellweg :MIL:
197) Jeff Locke :PIT:
198) Kevin Plawecki :NYM:
199) Brett Oberholtzer :HOU:
200) Adonys Cardona :TOR:
201) A.J. Pollock :ARZ:
202) Kyle Crick :SF:
203) Chris Reed :LAD:
204) Dan Vogelbach :CHC:
205) Jordan Swagerty :STL:
206) Austin Hedges :SD:
207) Brad Miller :SEA:
208) David Holmberg :ARZ:
210) Pat Light :BOS:
209) Justin Nicolino :TOR:
211) Alex Colome :TB:
212) Gerardo Concepcion :CHC:
213) Chen-Change Lee :CLE:
214) Patrick Wisdom :STL:
215) Elvis Araujo :CLE:
216) Alex Dickerson :PIT:
217) Taylor Green :MIL:
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219) Kyle Weiland :HOU:
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221) Yasiel Puig :LAD:
222) Dante Bichette :NYY:
223) Bruce Rendon :DET:
224) Lance McCullers :HOU:
225) Alex Burgos :DET:
226) Bruce Maxwell :OAK:
227) Rob Rasmussen :HOU:
228) Christopher Brian Johnson :BOS:
229) Brad Boxberger :SD:
230) C.J. Cron :LAA:
231) Victor Black :PIT:
232) Keyvius Sampson :SD:
233) Dillon Maples :CHC:
234) Walker Weickel :SD:
235) Francisco Peguero :SF:
236) L.J. Hoes :BAL:
237) Jose Cisnero :HOU:
238) Yordano Ventura :KC:
239) Justin Grimm :TEX:
240) Darin Ruf :PHI:
241) Robert Stephenson :CIN:
242) Joey Gallo :TEX:
243) Francisco Martinez :SEA:
244) Taylor Lindsey :LAA:
246) Raul Alcantara :OAK:
245) Luke Bard :MIN:
247) Ryan Adams :BAL:
248) Andrew Chafin :ARZ:
249) Matt Reynolds :NYM:
250) Nick Delmonico :BAL:
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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2012, 11:01:40 PM »
I think you misplaced Hamilton and Myers.

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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2012, 12:23:38 PM »
I think you misplaced Hamilton and Myers.

It was a group effort.  Where do you think they should be ranked?
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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2012, 01:08:18 PM »
It was a group effort.  Where do you think they should be ranked?

Hamilton is ranked way too high IMO, and he is not going to play SS, he will be an OF.  He has already switched to CF, which makes sense, Stubbs is horrible and he could get some time sooner than later.

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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2012, 12:28:03 PM »
Hamilton is ranked way too high IMO, and he is not going to play SS, he will be an OF.  He has already switched to CF, which makes sense, Stubbs is horrible and he could get some time sooner than later.

As it stands right now, he has the eligibility, but his OBP and speed are out of this world.
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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2012, 11:47:05 AM »
As it stands right now, he has the eligibility, but his OBP and speed are out of this world.
Not discrediting what he did, but I saw a pitcher go from being drafted to dominating every level of the minors and making a MLB roster in less than a year and Hamilton is still doing all his damage in single A. Hamilton just ranked too high for me, breaking records and all, but still not getting promoted..... seems fishy.

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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #6 on: November 27, 2012, 01:13:23 AM »
I think Arodys Vizcaino should be on there. He is top 100 let alone 250. I know he had surgery but still should be on a top 250 list.
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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #7 on: November 27, 2012, 12:15:45 PM »
I think Arodys Vizcaino should be on there. He is top 100 let alone 250. I know he had surgery but still should be on a top 250 list.

Good call.  He missed our top 250 cut and was eligible.  The injury had an impact on our rankings but he deserves top 150.
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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #8 on: November 27, 2012, 03:25:23 PM »
Good call.  He missed our top 250 cut and was eligible.  The injury had an impact on our rankings but he deserves top 150.

Agreed. 250 is such a big list that I dont know how he wouldnt be on here.
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Re: Profar, Bauer, Hamilton headline Top 250 Specs
« Reply #9 on: November 27, 2012, 03:34:51 PM »
Agreed. 250 is such a big list that I dont know how he wouldnt be on here.

It was probably a matter of a lot of people forgetting he was eligible or just forgetting about him all together.


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