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  1. #16
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    where are you getting the guys other than 50? Can you get me a link of 50-150 please. thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by 09southfla View Post
    where are you getting the guys other than 50? Can you get me a link of 50-150 please. thank you
    It only goes to 60.

    * 51. Justin Smoak, 1B, Rangers
    * 52. Logan Morrison, OF/1B, Marlins
    * 53. Daniel Cortes, RHP, Royals
    * 54. Jordan Walden, RHP, Angels
    * 55. Ivan DeJesus, SS, Dodgers
    * 56. Aaron Poreda, LHP, White Sox
    * 57. Brett Cecil, LHP, Blue Jays
    * 58. J.P. Arencibia, C, Blue Jays
    * 59. Tim Alderson, RHP, Giants
    * 60. Aaron Hicks, OF, Twins
    Still no Alvarez.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C1Bman88 View Post
    That'll happen the next time he's caught.



    He was #59. I agree, he should have been in there.



    Not necessarily. I have Wieters going #1 on my list, and I know a few others that are doing the same.
    Maybe, but saying it's "sad" that Wieters isn't rated #1 is being a homer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C1Bman88 View Post
    It only goes to 60.



    Still no Alvarez.
    thats much better...happy to see Morrison, Cecil, Arencibia, and Alderson in there but there is NO WAY that Poreda should be ahead of Cecil or Alderson. I'm just as shocked as you to not see Alvarez on there.

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    Here's how I reacted to the list:

    1-7: "Alright pretty good so far."
    8: "Yikes, what's he doing there?"
    9-20: "Wow, still doing well"
    21: "Ugh..."
    22-26: "Back on track"
    27 and beyond: "Seriously? **** this list."


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    3 Marlins in the Top 50. Not bad, but i think that Morrison should be in the top 50 as well he's doing really good right now.

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    Eh, Samardzija but no Vitters?

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    Im a Yankee fan and dont understand how Jackson is only 2 spots behind Lars Anderson, and ahead of FMart. Jackson imo is around the 30-35 range. Im happy to see Jesus make the list. Zack McCallister should be on there next year, likely at the top

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    Too bad Aaron Poreda is #56. I wanted to see John Shelby or Gordon Beckham on that list. Tyler Flowers is soon to be in the Top 50 soon .

    And Alcdies Escobar is the most overrated prospect ever. How can he be on there, let alone in the top 8, without Gordon Beckham or Pedro Alverez not in there?????
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    Jesus Montero is gonna be a stud in the majors. And I'm a Met fan saying this. Also, I believe Austin Jackson is ranked too high, and should be under Fernando Martinez. But F-Mart did have a season full of injuries and IMO I think he'd be in the 11-30 range if he was healthy. This list is very very off though...


    I still go crazy on how Lars Anderson was a projected 1st round pick and fell to the 18th round just because he wanted a $1MIL signing bonus.

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    Montero will be a beast... will be in the top 10 next year if he keeps it up

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    The Orioles have 4 prospects in the top 40 - Wieters, Tillman, Matusz, and Arrieta. Their farm system is turning around quite nicely.

    Alvarez and Vitters deserve to be on this list, and frankly, I have no idea how some of these guys got slotted where they did. It's more like a hype list. Since I'm from Baltimore, I'll attack what I know best. Brian Matusz might be very good in the major leagues - but the AFL isn't enough to warrant a top 20 rank. He didn't even compete in the minor leagues this year. Maybe he belongs in the top 30, but even that's a stretch until he is properly evaluated. Chris Tillman is going to a good pitcher, and yes, he's very young - but does his stuff project that well? I'm not sure it does, no matter how much I like him. Wieters could be number #1, but it's not like it's a slight that he's listed at #2. Jake Arrieta is one of my favorite prospects, regardless of team affiliation. He looks like an ace in the making.

    Other thoughts:
    No Alvarez?
    No Vitters?
    Does anybody else think Jeremy Jeffress is the real-world equivalent of Nuke LaLoosh? Million-dollar arm and a 10 cent head. I hope he gets his act together, because his stuff is absolutely filthy.

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    Anderson should be ranked higher

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    Quote Originally Posted by futureheisman View Post
    Anderson should be ranked higher
    yea in my mind he's at least a top 20 prospect. Hopefully next year he can crack the top 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportfan6197 View Post
    yea in my mind he's at least a top 20 prospect. Hopefully next year he can crack the top 10.
    He probably will, the dude has a sweeeeet swing. Reminds of Chase Utley actually.

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