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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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  1. #61
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    Nick Castellanos. Please hurry up and get here. We need you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fadedmario View Post
    Nick Castellanos. Please hurry up and get here. We need you.
    Where is he going to play? Is Miggy or Prince moving to DH?


    San Francisco Giants Trophy Wall

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    Quote Originally Posted by d79cheese View Post
    Where is he going to play? Is Miggy or Prince moving to DH?
    Anywhere. We need his bat. Wish he could play 2nd or SS.

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    13) Zack Wheeler, RHP, New York Mets (36)
    32) Matt Harvey, RHP, New York Mets (35)
    76) Wilmer Flores, 3B, New York Mets (HM)
    96) Brandon Nimmo, OF, New York Mets (93)
    98) Jeurys Familia, RHP, New York Mets (95)


    Nice little 5-some right there. 3 POWER arms, a power hitter (Nimmo), and an all-around guy with good power (wilmer).

    Ewing dunk past Mourning
    GIFSoup
    DANTONI IS:
    -HORRIBLE out of timeouts
    -HORRIBLE D
    -Too many 3's
    -PF is pushed to the 3 point line
    -Doesn't play BIGS
    -Dog Houses players
    -HORRIBLE management of players and motivation

    [QUOTE=Knick4Knack;22330620]
    Go out on your front lawn, take a dump and see how long your neighbors will talk about that little slice of life. That's what Mike D did to this franchise./QUOTE]

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    Code:
    Toronto Blue Jays	- 7
    Boston Red Sox		- 7
    Kansas City Royals	- 7
    St. Louis Cardinals	- 7
    Texas Rangers		- 6
    San Diego Padres	- 6
    Pittsburgh Pirates	- 6
    Oakland Athletics	- 5
    Arizona Diamondbacks	- 5
    Cincinnati Reds		- 5
    New York Mets		- 5
    Colorado Rockies	- 4
    Los Angeles Angels	- 4
    Tampa Bay Rays		- 4
    New York Yankees	- 4
    Baltimore Orioles	- 3
    Minnesota Twins		- 3
    Seattle Mariners	- 3
    Miami Marlins		- 3
    Atlanta Braves		- 3
    Washington Nationals	- 3
    Chicago Cubs		- 3
    Houston Astros		- 3
    San Francisco Giants	- 2
    Los Angeles Dodgers	- 2
    Detroit Tigers		- 2
    Philadelphhia Phillies	- 2
    Cleveland Indians	- 1
    Milwaukee Brewers	- 1
    Chicago White Sox	- 0

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    STL, BOS, KC, TOR

    Good systems

    CHW

    Bad


    I remember being recently crucified on here for saying that both the White Sox and the Brewers didn't pay enough attention to their farm systems and that they didn't have much in the way of high ceiling talent.

    Now the Brewers did recently draft some arms, but it doesn't look like the love is being given just yet.

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    Who has the most in the top 50?

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    Not sure exactly but I know that the Jays got 5 in the top 51. I'm also liking the Pirates right now. 6 in the Top 120, 2 in the top 10.

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    Jays have the most (4 in the top 50)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    STL, BOS, KC, TOR

    Good systems

    CHW

    Bad


    I remember being recently crucified on here for saying that both the White Sox and the Brewers didn't pay enough attention to their farm systems and that they didn't have much in the way of high ceiling talent.

    Now the Brewers did recently draft some arms, but it doesn't look like the love is being given just yet.
    The Brewers paid plenty of attention to their minor league system. They just decided to trade it all away for a chance at a world series. They almost got there too.

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    The Jays have arguably 6 top 5 guys. The 4 that are already in there, Gose who's just a rank below 50 and then Marisnick who dropped because of his injury earlier in the year but is already bouncing back. Marisnick is going to be back in the top 50 the next time this list comes out.

    And I don't know if I'd be surprised if Roberto Osuna squeezes his way into the top 50 for the Jays by this time next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slugger82685 View Post
    Profar at #1 hell yeah!....I do think Olt should be at least in the top 30, guy has been a machine!
    Too much swing and miss...off the top of me little head he and Gose might be my two most overrated prospects in baseball.

    Sickels is awesome so I feel obligated to post here. I'm kind of kicking myself I've missed buying his books since '05...that's a good 7 years running.

    Angelo Gumbs of the Yankees is someone I thought he'd sneak into his top 120.

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    Also, I am jealous of the Cards with Tavares.

  14. #74
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    Who is Sickels, I've never heard of him. The list is pretty good, any prospect list will have some things that could be changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    Looks like James Paxton and Shelby Miller had the largest drop of anyone who remained on the list, and none of the previous top 5 are on there.

    Looks like Jackie Bradley (Go Gamecocks!) had the largest jump
    Paxton got hurt in Triple A which is probably why he fell down a lot just finally returning to pitch today.

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