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  1. #91
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    Dec 2012
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    11-20

    11 - Jose Osuna
    12 - Clay Holmes
    13 - Alex Dickerson
    14 - Tony Sanchez
    15 - Wyatt Mathisen
    16 - Dilson Herrera
    17 - Brock Holt*
    18 - Max Moroff
    19 - Justin Wilson
    20 - Matt Curry

    *No longer with team, placeholder.

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    Enjoy!

  2. #92
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    The list that we've been voting on over at NSBB through 43 prospects:

    #1: Javier Baez
    #2: Jorge Soler
    #3: Albert Almora
    #4: Arodys Vizcaino
    #5: Dan Vogelbach
    #6: Brett Jackson
    #7: Juan Paniagua
    #8: Christian Villanueva
    #9: Dillon Maples
    #10: Josh Vitters
    #11: Pierce Johnson
    #12: Junior Lake
    #13: Jeimer Candelario
    #14: Duane Underwood
    #15: Matt Szczur
    #16: Arismendy Alcantara
    #17: Ronald Torreyes
    #18: Marco Hernandez
    #19: Gioskar Amaya
    #20: Alberto Cabrera
    #21: Logan Watkins
    #22: Rob Whitenack
    #23: Barrett Loux
    #24: Ben Wells
    #25: Paul Blackburn
    #26: Hector Rondon
    #27: Tony Zych
    #28: Jae-Hoon Ha
    #29: Trey McNutt
    #30: Steve Bruno
    #31: Michael Jensen
    #32: Trey Martin
    #33: Tayler Scott
    #34: Jose Arias
    #35: Ryan McNeil
    #36: Jose Rosario
    #37: Shawon Dunston Jr.
    #38: Nick Struck
    #39: Austin Reed
    #40: Reggie Golden
    #41: Carlos Penalver
    #42: Marcus Hatley
    #43: Frandy de la Rosa

  3. #93
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    Personally I know Vitters is "closer" but I just don't have him that high at all. Offense has lacked (there is still time) but no good defense to fall back on. So my 10 would be lke this.

    Jorge Soler
    Javier Baez
    Albert Almora
    Arodys Vizcaino
    Dan Vogelbach
    Brett Jackson
    Juan Paniagua
    Pierce Johnson
    Christian Villanueva
    Jeimer Candelario


    With a few personal 11+ favorites in Amaya, Underwood, and Torreyes


  4. #94
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    Post draft, assuming the Yankees sign Judge and Clarkin

    1. DePaula (I know everyone has Sanchez first, but I'm just a big DePaula fan)
    2. Sanchez
    3. Heathcott
    4. Judge
    5. Austin
    6. Williams
    7. Ramirez
    8. Jageilo
    9. Banuelos
    10. Hensley
    11. Clarkin
    12. Murphy
    13. O'Brien
    14. Flores
    15. Montgomery/Bird

  5. #95
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    LAD

    1 Joc Pederson Cf- one of the most underrated prospects in baseball. Has .300/400/500 potential in cf
    2. Julio Urias Sp-17 year old phenom
    3. Corey Seager SS
    4. Zach Lee RSP
    5. Chris Anderson RSP
    6. Chris Reed LSP
    7. Ross Stripling RSP
    8. Scott Schebler LF
    9. Tom Windle LSP
    10. Jose Dominguez RP

  6. #96
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    Yankees:
    1. Torres SS
    2. Frazier OF
    3. Rutherford OF
    4. Kaprielian SP
    5. Mateo SS/2b
    6. Sheffield SP (L)
    7. Adams SP
    8. Folwers OF
    9. Andujar 3b
    10. Judge RF
    11. Acevedo SP
    12. Abreu SP/RP
    13. Montgomery SP (L)
    14. Tate RP
    15. Clarkin SP (L)

    Very deep system with some high end prospects... Frazier, Montgomery, Adams, Judge (and Torres maybe) are nearly big league ready. And the system just graduated Bird (1b), Sanchez (C), and Severini (SP/RP)

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  7. #97
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    Tons of quality depth and high upside prospects.

  8. #98
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    Trade season so "prospects" are at the forefront.

    My list of the Dodgers' top prospects based on prospect lists, stats and secret sauce (the main ingredient of which is whim).

    #1 RHP Walker Buehler
    #2 OF Alex Verdugo
    #3 Yadier Alvarez
    #4 IF/OF/DH Willie Calhoun
    #5 RHP Brock Stewart
    #6 OF Jeren Kendall
    #7 OF Yusinel Diaz
    #8 Julio Urias
    #9 RHP Mitch White
    #10 C Keibert Ruiz
    Bonus RHP Trevor Oaks

    Some comments:
    Most prospect lists focus on upside, I consider proximity to the majors higher than most lists. Hence, Verdugo above Alvarez and the inclusion of Trevor Oaks.
    I included Brock Stewart and Julio Urias who many might omit. I consider a "prospect" to be any player who hasn't established himself at the major league level. And I think that definition applies to both pitchers. Urias would be #1 if not for questions about his ability to come back from his injury.

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