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View Poll Results: Who's your #1 spec?

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  • Profar

    40 44.44%
  • Taveras

    28 31.11%
  • Other (Post)

    22 24.44%
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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    http://topprospectalert.com/2013/01/...pect-rankings/

    Their list of the top 150 prospects...
    2012 draft picks are sky high on that one. Wow. Especially Giolito considering his injuries.

    Yankees players weirdly slotted too. Heathcott at 51 and before Sanchez?

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    Anyone have a mock draft for 2013 yet??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomar View Post
    2012 draft picks are sky high on that one. Wow. Especially Giolito considering his injuries.

    Yankees players weirdly slotted too. Heathcott at 51 and before Sanchez?
    Yeah that jumped out at me too..

    I was also surprised at Miller at 5, Zimmer at 12, and Guasman at 19 among others..
    Last edited by metswon69; 01-31-2013 at 11:42 PM.

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    2013 College All American analysis:

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/today...3/2614600.html

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    Very cool that that guy mentioned Onelki. Worst case he'll be a fire throwing RP. Hopefully he can start.

    Coming soon to a TKRO stadium near you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobias View Post
    Personally I would go...

    1.) Mariners
    2.) Rays
    3.) Mets
    4.) Pirates
    5.) Padres
    6.) Cardinals
    7.) Rangers
    8.) Red Sox
    9.) Cubs
    10.) Marlins
    The Mets do not belong in any top 10 list right now, I think 11-15 is right where they belong, some places like baseball america will rank them lower than that maybe even in the 20's, but that would be wrong as well.

    They do have a pitching depth as good as any team in baseball, top 3 for sure.

    Their positional player depth is poor as of now, but they do have some young guys in the low minors that could start to make a name for themselves and like Lupo, Becerra, Rosario and a few other IFA guys and the 1st round picks of their last 2 years in Nimmo and Cecchini. Not to mention guys like Puello, Aderlin Rodriguez who have the talent to become more impressive prospects, Rodriguez though is likely a DH, but he has excellent power.

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    The top 50 hitting/pitching prospects was released.

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    ^whose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    ^whose?
    Sickels. He had done a pre-liminary list a while back but those who received the BA Handbook can see the final list.

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    Keith law is a joke. He has the sox farm system as 17th(!?!?!?!?!?!) best, when almost every other scout says its top 10..

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandsalami View Post
    Keith law is a joke. He has the sox farm system as 17th(!?!?!?!?!?!) best, when almost every other scout says its top 10..
    He probably read Jim Bowden's clip notes.
    Last edited by Station 13; 02-04-2013 at 12:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandsalami View Post
    Keith law is a joke. He has the sox farm system as 17th(!?!?!?!?!?!) best, when almost every other scout says its top 10..
    Like Sickels, has the Cards as first

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    Like Sickels, has the Cards as first
    Laws rankings weighted MLB-ready talent very heavily. That only makes STL's case stronger with not only their infield/utility guys, but Miller and Rosenthal as well. STL has done a fantastic job building their team without question. I think people are quick to praise the Rays FO, but IMO STL's has been even more impressive even if they have more money to deal with.

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    Does a prospect list like this exist?

    I'm always curious to see how many of my teams prospects are in top 100 lists. Is their a list of all the prospects named on the top scouts lists?

    I'd love to see what teams (in order) have the most prospects listed on Sickels', KLaw's, Callis', Mayo's, and anyone else that is reputable who has a prospect list.

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    MLB Top 100 specs-

    1. Jurickson Profar- Texas Rangers, SS
    2. Dylan Bundy- Baltimore Orioles, RHP
    3. Oscar Tavares- St Louis Cardinals, OF
    4. Wil Myers- Tampa Bay Rays, OF
    5. Taijuan Walker- Seattle Mariners, RHP
    6. Travis D'Arnaud- New York Mets, C
    7. Jose Fernandez- Miami Marlins, RHP
    8. Zack Wheeler- New York Mets, RHP
    9. Gerrit Cole- Pittsburgh Pirates, RHP
    10. Tyler Skaggs- Arizona Diamondbacks, LHP
    11. Billy Hamilton- Cincinnati Reds, OF
    12. Miguel Sano- Minnesota Twins, 3B
    13. Christian Yelich- Miami Marlins, OF
    14. Francisco Lindor- Cleveland Indians, SS
    15. Jameson Taillon- Pittsburgh Pirates, RHP
    16. Javier Baez- Chicago Cubs, SS
    17. Trevor Bauer- Cleveland Indians, RHP
    18. Danny Hultzen- Seattle Mariners, LHP
    19. Byron Buxton- Minnesota Twins, OF
    20. Xander Bogaerts- Boston Red Sox, SS
    21. Nick Castellanos- Detroit Tigers, OF
    22. Mike Olt- Texas Rangers, 3B
    23. Mike Zunino- Seattle Mariners, C
    24. Archie Bradley- Arizona Diamondbacks, RHP
    25. Shelby Miller- St Louis Cardinals, RHP
    26. Bubba Sparling- Kansas City Royals, OF
    27. Jonathan Singleton- Houston Astros, 1B
    28. Anthony Rendon- Washington Nationals, 3B
    29. Noah Syndergaard- New York Mets, RHP
    30. Carlos Correa- Houston Astros, SS
    31. Julio Tehran- Atlanta Braves, RHP
    32. Jackie Bradley- Boston Red Sox, OF
    33. Carlos Martinez- St Louis Cardinals, RHP
    34. Kyle Zimmer- Kansas City Royals, RHP
    35. Aaron Sanchez- Toronto Blue Jays, RHP
    36. Gary Sanchez- New York Yankees, C
    37. Kevin Gausman- Baltimore Orioles, RHP
    38. Matt Barnes- Boston Red Sox, RHP
    39. Albert Almora- Chicago Cubs, OF
    40. Alex Meyer- Minnesota Twins, RHP
    41. Mason Williams- New York Yankees, OF
    42. Jorge Soler- Chicago Cubs, OF
    43. Trevor Rosenthal- St Louis Cardinals, RHP
    44. Taylor Guerrieri- Tampa Bay Rays, RHP
    45. Jake Odorizzi- Tampa Bay Rays, RHP
    46. Chris Archer- Tampa Bay Rays, RHP
    47. Nick Franklin- Seattle Mariners, SS
    48. Addison Russell- Oakland Athletics, SS
    49. Kyle Gibson- Minnesota Twins, RHP
    50. Jedd Gyorko- San Diego Padres, 2B/3B
    51. Robert Stephenson- Cincinnati Reds, RHP
    52. Brian Goodwin- Washington Nationals, OF
    53. Max Fried- San Diego Padres, LHP
    54. Alen Hanson- Pittsburgh Pirates, SS
    55. Rymer Liriano- San Diego Padres, OF
    56. Hak-Ju Lee- Tampa Bay Rays, SS
    57. George Springer- Houston Astros, OF
    58. David Dahl- Colorado Rockies, OF
    59. Yordano Ventura- Kansas City Royals, RHP
    60. Jesse Biddle- Philadelphia Phillies, LHP
    61. James Paxton- Seattle Mariners, LHP
    62. Nolan Arenado- Colorado Rockies, 3B
    63. Didi Gregorious- Arizona Diamondbacks, SS
    64. Willy Peralta- Milwaukee Brewers, RHP
    65. Gregory Polanco- Pittsburgh Pirates, OF
    66. Tony Cingrani- Cincinnati Reds, LHP
    67. Kaleb Cowart- Los Angeles Angels, 3B
    68. Courtney Hawkins- Chicago White Sox, OF
    69. Casey Kelly- San Diego Padres, RHP
    70. Jake Marisnick- Miami Marlins, OF
    71. Allen Webster- Boston Red Sox, RHP
    72. Justin Nicolino- Miami Marlins, LHP
    73. Austin Hedges- San Diego Padres, C
    74. Lucas Giolito- Washington Nationals, RHP
    75. Tyler Austin- New York Yankees, OF
    76. Yasiel Puig- Los Angeles Dodgers, OF
    77. Matt Davidson- Arizona Diamondbacks, 3B
    78. Zach Lee- Los Angeles Dodgers, RHP
    79. Kolten Wong- St Louis Cardinals, 2B
    80. Ethan Martin- Philadelphia Phillies, RHP
    81. Andrew Heaney- Miami Marlins, LHP
    82. Adeiny Hechavarria- Miami Marlins, SS
    83. Michael Wacha- St Louis Cardinals, RHP
    84. Luis Sardinas- Texas Rangers, SS
    85. Joc Pederson- Los Angeles Dodgers, OF
    86. Kyle Crick- San Francisco Giants, RHP
    87. Cody Buckel- Texas Rangers, RHP
    88. Jorge Alfaro- Texas Rangers, C
    89. Jarred Cosart- Houston Astros, RHP
    90. Roberto Osuna- Toronto Blue Jays, RHP
    91. A.J. Cole- Washington Nationals, RHP
    92. Bruce Rondon- Detroit Tigers, RHP
    93. Oswaldo Arcia- Minnesota Twins, OF
    94. Henry Owens- Boston Red Sox, LHP
    95. Martin Perez- Texas Rangers, LHP
    96. Jose Iglesias- Boston Red Sox, SS
    97. Adam Eaton- Arizona Diamondbacks, OF
    98. Aaron Hicks- Minnesota Twins, OF
    99. Trevor Story- Colorado Rockies, SS
    100. Gary Brown- San Francisco Giants, OF

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