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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleewizard View Post
    Weiters SHOULD be number one. So sad for Milb.com, they can do better.....
    Over Price? Not really...

    If that's your main gripe with the list, then the list is great.

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    this list SUCKS. no alderson, holland at 48 dominguez at 49...incredible. why is escobar in the top 10??? what the hell is smardja doing in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgersuck View Post
    what the hell is smardja doing in there
    You ALMOST spelled that right. You were really, really close.

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    Alderson not in there is ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven View Post
    You ALMOST spelled that right. You were really, really close.
    u know who i meant

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    What about the fact that MILB.com's minor league pitcher of the year Chacin did not make their own list.

    Horrible list. Is is a voted compilation of several different peoples short list, which means if 1 guy leaves you off, unless everyone voted you extremely high you don't make the list. They should have used the BA approach and had everyone submitted a top 200 (or in this case for a top 50, 100) and compiled the list. Ohh well..

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    1. David price
    2. Matt wieters
    3. Jason heyward
    4. Rick porcello
    5. Cameron maybin
    6. Madison bumgarner
    7. Travis snider
    8. Alcides escobar
    9. Neftali feliz
    10. Colby rasmus


    11. Mike moustakas
    12. Andrew mccutchen
    13. Brett anderson
    14. Matt laporta
    15. Dexter fowler
    16. Chris tillman
    17. Trevor cahill
    18. Jarrod parker
    19. Buster posey
    20. Brian matusz


    21. Elvis andrus
    22. Tim beckham
    23. Mat gamel
    24. Tommy hanson
    25. Lars anderson
    26. Mike stanton
    27. Austin jackson
    28. Carlos carrasco
    29. Lane Kiffin
    30. Carlos triunfel


    31. Wade davis
    32. Fernando martinez
    33. Phillippe aumont
    34. Yonder alonso
    35. Nick adenhart
    36. Jake arrieta
    37. Scott elbert
    38. Freddie freeman
    39. Jeremy hellickson
    40. Jesus montero


    41. Adam miller
    42. Brett wallace
    43. Lou marson
    44. Jeremy jeffress
    45. James mcdonald
    46. Derek holland
    47. Kyle blanks
    48. Angel villalona
    49. Matt dominguez
    50. Jeff samardzija

    wtf!?!?!?!?!

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    It's Jeff Samardjiza, did that without looking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tekmosis View Post
    It's Jeff Samardjiza, did that without looking...
    Who cares what his name is why is he there. Also how is a high school kid (beckham) so high

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgersuck View Post
    this list SUCKS. no alderson, holland at 48 dominguez at 49...incredible. why is escobar in the top 10??? what the hell is smardja doing in there
    Quote Originally Posted by championmets View Post
    Who cares what his name is why is he there. Also how is a high school kid (beckham) so high
    It's a numbers versus scouting thing. Samardzija has a VERY good fastball, and a slider and splitter that are sometimes very good as well. And his "little things"(mound presence, defense, athleticism, etc.) are all very good as well. Also, after he hit AAA his numbers started to match his stuff, so the thought by many is that he was merely working on stuff and not worrying about results up until he hit AAA. And it was at that point that he was told to let loose and just focus on getting guys out.

    He's a guy who should at the very least be a dynamite reliever, with a good shot of being a front of the rotation starter, putting him at #50 isn't too unreasonable. Certainly much more defensible than Escobar at #8 or Andrus at #21.


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    Hopefully the Cardinals give Rasmus a chance this year.



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    Hopefully Snider is a stud!!

    Looked like it at the end of last year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phelps89 View Post
    Hopefully the Cardinals give Rasmus a chance this year.
    It's almost a certain unless he has a terrible Spring. He's expected to be the starting centerfielder on Opening Day.

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    phillip aumont shouldnt be at 33 imo, not behind wade davis

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    Damn the Cubs have one guy & he's last on the list. Why isn't Josh Vitters on the list at all?
    That guy is gonna be a beast for the Cubs when he comes up, in a few years.

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