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    Top 10 Pitching Prospects in the minors

    1. bundy
    2. walker
    3. wheeler
    4. cole
    5. hultzen
    6. taillon
    7. Archie Bradley
    8. skaggs
    9. bauer
    10. Noah Syndergaard

    Honorable mentions: julio, sanchez, zimmer, gausman, martinez.

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    No Wacha?

    Wacha = good

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    Syndergaard is not a top 10 prospect


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    I think Hultzen is a couple spots too high. Should be more like 8-10.
    You have no idea how excited I am right now.


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    Wacha should be no where near a top ten pitching prospect list. Jesus Christ and I was being accused of being the homer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobias View Post
    Wacha should be no where near a top ten pitching prospect list. Jesus Christ and I was being accused of being the homer...
    lol yeah I agree wacha doesnt have the stuff to be on that list, sorry jeffey boy

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    He had a 0.86 ERA last year.

    Once again GoBIASED, support your claim.
    You have no idea how excited I am right now.


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    "Syndergaard is not a top 10 prospect"

    why not? I'd like to hear your reason. hes actually really high on a lot of lists including john sickels....



    http://www.minorleagueball.com/2012/...-list-for-2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by jej View Post
    He had a 0.86 ERA last year.

    Once again GoBIASED, support your claim.
    the dude pitched 20 innings last year, come on man are u being serious? did u see the numbers matt harvey put up his 1st year? and he wasnt close to the top 10 list............

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    Quote Originally Posted by I<3ourProspects View Post
    lol yeah I agree wacha doesnt have the stuff to be on that list, sorry jeffey boy
    Well he is closer to MLB ready than half the guys on your list, and he has had insane numbers

    In his minor league career he has a 1.46 ERA in 37 innings, a 0.811 WHIP, 4.18 K/BB, and 19 hits in those 37 innings with 46 K's.

    And he was just as good in ST.

    I'd put him over Syndegaard without pause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I<3ourProspects View Post
    the dude pitched 20 innings last year, come on man are u being serious? did u see the numbers matt harvey put up his 1st year? and he wasnt close to the top 10 list............
    Harvey didn't pitch the year he was drafted like Wacha did.

    So we'll see, but Wacha is straight into AAA at 21 years old.

    But the Cardinals have a lot of really great pitching prospects

    Rosenthall, Martinez, Miller, Wacha.

    Miller is an easy choice for a top 10 though, as long as you still consider him a prospect. And since you are considering Bauer a prospect, I'd say Miller counts too based on innings and service time. And I'd say Miller looks like a clear choice ahead of Bauer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jej View Post
    He had a 0.86 ERA last year.

    Once again GoBIASED, support your claim.
    He pitched 21 innings against inferior competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubsfan365 View Post
    He pitched 21 innings against inferior competition.
    Inferior competition?

    He was 20 years old, one of the youngest player at those levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    Well he is closer to MLB ready than half the guys on your list, and he has had insane numbers

    In his minor league career he has a 1.46 ERA in 37 innings, a 0.811 WHIP, 4.18 K/BB, and 19 hits in those 37 innings with 46 K's.

    And he was just as good in ST.

    I'd put him over Syndegaard without pause.
    If small samples are going to be used, he has 6 K/7 BB in 16.0 IP this year. Not Top 10 pitching prospect numbers there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    Inferior competition?

    He was 20 years old, one of the youngest player at those levels.
    He was 21 and pitched most of the innings below AA with 3 college seasons of experience.

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