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    Kevin Goldstein top 100 Prospects (Baseball Prospectus)

    http://www.baseballprospectus.com/ar...articleid=8506
    1. Matt Wieters, C, Orioles
    2. David Price, LHP, Rays
    3. Madison Bumgarner, LHP, Giants
    4. Pedro Alvarez, 3B, Pirates
    5. Travis Snider, OF, Blue Jays
    6. Neftali Feliz, RHP, Rangers
    7. Rick Porcello, RHP, Tigers
    8. Colby Rasmus, OF, Cardinals
    9. Buster Posey, C, Giants
    10. Jason Heyward, OF, Braves
    11. Cameron Maybin, OF, Marlins
    12. Dexter Fowler, OF, Rockies
    13. Tommy Hanson, RHP, Braves
    14. Mike Stanton, OF, Marlins
    15. Tim Beckham, SS, Rays
    16. Chris Tillman, RHP, Orioles
    17. Lars Anderson, 1B, Red Sox
    18. Eric Hosmer, 1B, Royals
    19. Brian Matusz, LHP, Orioles
    20. Michel Inoa, RHP, Athletics
    21. Mike Moustakas, 3B, Royals
    22. Justin Smoak, 1B, Rangers
    23. Trevor Cahill, RHP, Athletics
    24. Brett Anderson, LHP, Athletics
    25. Andrew McCutchen, OF, Pirates
    26. Matt Dominguez, 3B, Marlins
    27. Jhoulys Chacin, RHP, Rockies
    28. Gordon Beckham, SS, White Sox
    29. Wade Davis, RHP, Rays
    30. Matt LaPorta, 1B, Indians
    31. Michael Bowden, RHP, Red Sox
    32. Jarrod Parker, RHP, Diamondbacks
    33. Carlos Santana, C, Indians
    34. Josh Vitters, 3B, Cubs
    35. Yonder Alonso, 1B, Reds
    36. Ben Revere, OF, Twins
    37. Brett Wallace, 3B, Cardinals
    38. Jesus Montero, C, Yankees
    39. Aaron Hicks, OF, Twins
    40. Derek Holland, LHP, Rangers
    41. J.P. Arenciba, C, Blue Jays
    42. Greg Halman, OF, Mariners
    43. Carlos Carrasco, RHP, Phillies
    44. Fernando Martinez, OF, Mets
    45. Wilin Rosario, C, Rockies
    46. Austin Jackson, CF, Yankees
    47. Angel Villalona, 1B, Giants
    48. Chris Carter, 1B, Athletics
    49. Desmond Jennings, OF, Rays
    50. Jordan Schafer, OF, Braves
    51. Alcides Escobar, SS, Brewers
    52. Jake Arrieta, RHP, Orioles
    53. Logan Morrison, 1B, Marlins
    54. Wilmer Flores, SS, Mets
    55. Michael Taylor, OF, Phillies
    56. Jordan Zimmerman, RHP, Nationals
    57. Brett Lawrie, C, Brewers
    58. Mat Gamel, 3B, Brewers
    59. Ethan Martin, RHP, Dodgers
    60. Tim Alderson, RHP, Giants
    61. Phillippe Aumont, RHP, Mariners
    62. Reid Brignac, SS, Rays
    63. Jordan Walden, RHP, Angels
    64. James McDonald, RHP, Dodgers
    65. Michael Burgess, OF, Nationals
    66. Michael Main, RHP, Rangers
    67. Chris Perez, RHP, Cardinals
    68. Engel Beltre, OF, Rangers
    69. Mat Latos, RHP, Padres
    70. Scott Elbert, LHP, Dodgers
    71. Nick Adenhart, RHP, Angels
    72. Jeremy Jeffress, RHP, Brewers
    73. Elvis Andrus, SS, Rangers
    74. Aaron Poreda, LHP, White Sox
    75. Michael Saunders, OF, Mariners
    76. Jason Castro, C, Astros
    77. Andrew Lambo, OF, Dodgers
    78. Gorkys Hernandez, OF, Braves
    79. Angel Salome, C, Brewers
    80. Freddie Freeman, 1B, Braves
    81. Ross Detwiler, LHP, Nationals
    82. Kyle Skipworth, C, Marlins
    83. Nick Weglarz, OF, Indians
    84. Kellen Kulbacki, OF, Padres
    85. Jeff Samardzija, RHP, Cubs
    86. Todd Frazier, SS, Reds
    87. Josh Reddick, OF, Red Sox
    88. David Cooper, 1B, Blue Jays
    89. Daniel Schlereth, LHP, Diamondbacks
    90. Brett Cecil, LHP, Blue Jays
    91. Jose Tabata, OF, Pirates
    92. Kyle Drabek, RHP, Phillies
    93. Adrian Cardenas, SS, Athletics
    94. Jefry Marte, 3B, Mets
    95. Ivan DeJesus Jr., SS, Dodgers
    96. Drew Stubbs, OF, Reds
    97. Daniel Bard, RHP, Red Sox
    98. Brandon Erbe, RHP, Orioles
    99. Brandon Allen, 1B, White Sox
    100. Adys Portillo, RHP, Padres

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    I said this in the Jays forum too but I cant understand how Brett Cecil is number 90 when he is the Jays 2nd best prospect AND there are TWO Jays in front of him.

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    flores was worlds better than beckham yet he's #54 and beckham is #15.

    lol

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    Fowler at 12? Wow, that's by far the highest I've seen him.

    Why the **** is LaPorta at 30?

    Why the **** is Moustakas at 21?

    Why the **** is Andrus at 73?

    Why the **** is Lars Anderson at 17?

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    It's a pretty ****ty list, as much as I love Bumgarner, he shouldn't be ranked 3rd, at least not yet. Next year I would predict his ranking to be in the top 5 but there are quite a few that I would rank ahead of him as of now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueNorange View Post
    flores was worlds better than beckham yet he's #54 and beckham is #15.

    lol
    It's about projection and the likelihood of reaching that projection, not just the player's production in the low levels of the minors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C1Bman88 View Post
    It's about projection and the likelihood of reaching that projection, not just the player's production in the low levels of the minors.
    Yeah, but not his offensive projection, but where he will play.

    Beckham will play SS and Flores will likely play 3rd or a corner out field spot. Thats why Tim will always be rank higher.

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    Off the top of my head, not getting too in depth

    Jarrod Parker needs to be a good deal higher

    Heyward and Hanson should both be in the top 10 IMO

    Buster Posey's not THAT good

    I LOVE that someone finally didn't include A. Escobar and Elvis Andrus in the top 50

    Laporta and Brett Anderson should both be in the teens

    Matt Gamel in the 50's? I know he has a bit of an issue with contact, and he can't field for ****, but the guy can rake, he's top 50 at least.


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    Oh, and Logan Morrison at 53?!? What the hell is going on there?!? He should be a good 30+ spots higher than that.


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    wow jason donald is about the same level prospect for the phils as carrasco yet carrasco is 40 somthing and donald didn't make the list?!?!?!

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    No Triunfel. Me no like this list.
    beatin down yo block

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    it is an interesting list hmm
    "Joe Montana was a product of a system, Dan Marino was a system" -- Bill Walsh

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    Wtf ????? Logan Morrison is way too low.

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    At least this list has Josh Vitters on it as a top prospect.

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    Where the hell is Dominic Brown

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