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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by roylikeswaffles View Post
    My opinion:

    1. Gary Brown
    2. Joe Panik
    3. Eric Surkamp
    4. Heath Hembree
    5. Francisco Peguero
    6. Hector Sanchez
    7. Tommy Joseph
    8. Andrew Susac
    9. Kyle Crick
    10. Charlie Culberson
    Exactly like the man said.

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    Toronto Blue Jays

    1. Travis d'Arnaud
    2. Jake Marisnick
    3. Anthony Gose
    4. Drew Hutchison
    5. Nestor Molina
    6. Noah Syndergarrd
    7. Deck Mcguire
    8. Adeiny Hechavarria
    9. Justin Nicolino
    10. Aaron Sanchez

    After the top 10 is where the Jays farm becomes impressive. Tons of quality depth and high upside prospects. I'd definitely say they currently have a top 3 farm system in the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHughesUnit View Post
    1. Jesus Montero C
    2. Manny Banuelos LHP
    3. Dellin Betances RHP
    4. Gary Sanchez C
    5. Mason Williams CF
    6. Ravel Santana CF
    7. Hector Noesi RHP
    8. JR Murphy C
    9. Austin Romine C
    10. Slade Heathcott CF
    11. Dante Bichette Jr 3B

    Expanding on my top 10

    12.Brett Marshall RHP
    13. Adam Warren RHP
    14. Tyler Austin 3B
    15. Rafeal DePaula RHP
    16. Angelo Gumbs SS/2B/CF
    17. David Phelps RHP
    18. Claudio Custodio SS
    19. Cito Culver SS
    20. Bryan Mitchell RHP
    21. Taylor Morton RHP
    22. Bryan Mitchell RHP
    23. Jake Cave CF
    24. David Adams 2B
    25. Mark Montgomery RHRP
    26. Corban Joseph 2B
    27. Jordan Cote RHP
    28. Zoilo Almonte OF
    29. DJ Mitchell RHP
    30. Ramon Flores LF
    31. Greg Bird C
    32. Isaias Tejada C
    33. Graham Stoneburner RHP
    34. Gabriel Encinas LHP
    35. Jose Rosario 2B
    36. Wilmer Romero CF
    37. Chase Whitley RHRP
    38. Melky Mesa OF
    39. Abraham Almonte CF
    40. Jose Ramirez RHP
    41. Brandon Laird 3B
    42. Nik Turley LHP
    43. Rob Segedin 3B
    44. Ben Gamel LF
    45. Brandon Pinder RHRP
    46. Rookie Davis RHP
    47. Yeicok Calderon RF
    48. Evan Rutckyj LHP
    49. Mikey O'Brien RHP
    50. Robert Lyerly 1B/3B
    51. Zach Nuding RHP
    52. Daniel Burawa RHRP
    53. Jairo Heredia RHP
    54. Daniel Camarena RHP
    55. Daniel Lopez
    56. Justin James OF
    57. Brett Gerritse RHP
    58. Josh Romanski LHP
    59. Caleb Cotham RHP
    60. Connor Mullee RHRP
    61. Eduardo Sosa OF

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    I missed Matt Duran, I somehow forgot about him but he'd be about 35 to 37th for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drose View Post
    Cubs
    1. Brett Jackson, OF
    2. Trey McNutt, SP
    3. Matt Sczur, OF
    4. Chris Carpenter, RP
    5. Junior Lake, 3B/2B
    6. Dannys Baez, 3B
    7. Josh Vitters, 3B/OF
    8. Ryan Vogelbach, 1B
    9. Wellington Castillo, C
    10. Rafael Dolis, RP

    I don't know too much about the Cubs farm, but this is what I think.
    It's probably more like:
    OF Brett Jackson
    SS JAVIER Baez
    OF Matt Szczur
    SP Dillon Maples
    SP Trey McNutt
    3B Josh Vitters
    C Wellington Castillo
    SS Junior Lake
    1B DAN Vogelbach
    RP Rafael Dolis
    Thanks JO-MO

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    My opinion the White Sox' farm system looks like that

    1. Addison Reed RHP
    2. Nestor Molina RHP
    3. Keenyn Walker OF
    4. Jacob Petricka RHP
    5. Trayce Thompson OF
    6. Jared Mitchell OF
    7. Erik Johnson RHP
    8. Tyler Saladino SS/2B
    9. Eduardo Escobar SS
    10. Jhan Marinez RHP

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    1. Julio Teheran, rhp
    2. Arodys Vizcaino, rhp
    3. Randall Delgado, rhp
    4. Andrelton Simmons, ss
    5. Sean Gilmartin, lhp
    6. Tyler Pastornicky, ss
    7. Edward Salcedo, ss/3b (Hasn't showed me a ton yet so I'll take Pastornicky over him for now. He still has great patential)
    8. Christian Bethancourt, c
    9. Zeke Spruill, rhp
    10. Brandon Drury, 3b (He could be higher if he knew how to take a walk, 2.2 B%, but he's still 19 years old has a lot to learn.

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    1. Julio Teheran
    2. Randall Delgado (proven starter versus Vizcaino who was converted to the pen or else they're close)
    3. Arodys Vizcaino
    4. Sean Gilmartin
    5. Tyler Pastornicky
    6. Christian Bethancourt
    7. Andrelton Simmons (too raw for me to rank him in the top 5)
    8. Edward Salcedo (same as Simmons)
    9. JJ Hoover
    10. Terdo

    Just couldnt put Vizcaino whose a reliever over the proven starter Delgado. Simmons and Salcedo have the talent but too raw to bump the Pastor and Gilmartin. Hoover is a nice starter to but I think he'll become trade bait sooner than later. Terdo was a beast in the AFL but still needs to prove more to me before he bumps any of the studs in front of him. Overall I'd say the Braves have the best pitching prospects hands down but def need more offensive ones via trade (Jurrjens and Prado) or the draft even though its ATL's SOP to draft pitching first and foremost. Very bright future for them regardless.
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    This will probably not be very well received, but here's my Red Sox list.

    1) Xander Bogaerts SS/3B (most impact potential, future star with some refinements)
    2) Matt Barnes RHP (steal of the 2011 draft at 19)
    3) Will Middlebrooks 3B (solid producer, without any standout tools)
    4) Ryan Lavarnaway C (same as Middlebrooks for the most part)
    5) Blake Swihart C (riskiest demographic, but all the tools to succeed)
    6) Garin Cecchini 3B (higher ceiling than Middlebrooks imo, needs to improve defense and pitch recognition)
    7) Brandon Jacobs OF (super toolsy, 20-20 potential)
    8) Henry Owens LHP (impact potential as he fills out, personal favorite)
    9) Anthony Ranaudo (ceiling of #2 but needs to show it)
    10) Bryce Brentz (big HR potential, but flawed swing that will be exploited at higher levels. With corrections could be an impact player with 30+ HR potential)
    Last edited by Ethan8855; 02-03-2012 at 03:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PabloEscobar View Post
    Toronto Blue Jays

    1. Travis d'Arnaud
    2. Jake Marisnick
    3. Anthony Gose
    4. Drew Hutchison
    5. Nestor Molina
    6. Noah Syndergarrd
    7. Deck Mcguire
    8. Adeiny Hechavarria
    9. Justin Nicolino
    10. Aaron Sanchez

    After the top 10 is where the Jays farm becomes impressive. Tons of quality depth and high upside prospects. I'd definitely say they currently have a top 3 farm system in the league.
    Not having Daniel Norris on this list is a mistake imo. He has the highest ceiling of any of their arms.

    1) D'Arnaud
    2) Marisnick
    3) Syndergaard
    4) Norris
    5) Nicolino
    6) Gose
    7) McGuire
    8) Hutchinson
    9) Aaron Sanchez
    10) AJ Jimenez

    I would even consider Marisnick above D'Arnaud. I see Marisnick as a future top-10 prospect in all of baseball. As a Red Sox fan, it's scary to see just how bright a future you guys have.
    Last edited by Ethan8855; 02-05-2012 at 08:19 PM.

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    Pirates probably don't get too much representation here so I'll give it a shot.

    1. Gerrit Cole
    2. Jameson Taillon
    3. Starling Matte
    4. Josh Bell
    5. Luis Heredia
    6. Stetson Allie
    7. Robbie Grossman
    8. Kyle McPherson
    9. Tony Sanchez
    10. Nick Kingham
    10a. Colton Cain

    The top 9 are pretty much a consensus. You can put them in many different orders though. Tenth is a little tougher but Kingham and Cain are my two favorites for the spot.
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    1. Nestor Molina
    2. Addison Reed
    3. Keenyn Walker
    4. Jacob Petricka
    5. Trayce Thompson
    6. Jared Mitchell
    7. Erik Johnson
    8. Tyler Saladino
    9. Eduardo Escobar
    10. Jhan Marinez

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    1. Miller
    2. Martinez
    3. Cox
    4. Jenkins
    5. Taveras
    6. Swaggerty
    7. Rosenthall
    8. Wong
    9. Kelly/Lynn/whoever, there is a variety of guys that fit in at the end of the list depending who you talk to.

    /by memory by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burgh_fan66 View Post
    Pirates probably don't get too much representation here so I'll give it a shot.

    1. Gerrit Cole
    2. Jameson Taillon
    3. Starling Matte
    4. Josh Bell
    5. Luis Heredia
    6. Stetson Allie
    7. Robbie Grossman
    8. Kyle McPherson
    9. Tony Sanchez
    10. Nick Kingham
    10a. Colton Cain

    The top 9 are pretty much a consensus. You can put them in many different orders though. Tenth is a little tougher but Kingham and Cain are my two favorites for the spot.
    The Pirates top 4 is just awesome.

    Allie could be great too.

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    Peralta
    Jungmann
    Bradley
    Thornburg
    Lopez
    Green
    Gennet
    Schafer
    Feirs
    Gindl

    Really not very impressive. I think the brewers had a reall good draft last year. Their top three selections all have #2-3 starter potential. Peralta has come back nicely from tj and should pitch in milwaukee in 2012. Feirs is an older guy, but has performed at every level. Could make an ok 5th starter.

    I'm not particularly enthralled with any of the position prospects. I like gindl, but he isn't great defensively and might not hit enough to be an asset as a left fielder. Scahfer is a nice defender, most likely another 4th outfield type and fringe starter. Green doesn't have much defensively value, but he's not a hack at third. If he can hit lefties for a little more power he might be a solid third basemen. Gennet has a great ability to make contact, but he has to develop some power.

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    Wow How things change

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