1. Aaron Sanchez (Dunedin, High A) 89.47%
2. Marcus Stroman (New Hampshire, AA) 60.87%
3. Roberto Osuna (Lansing, Low A) 66.67%
4. DJ Davis ( Bluefield, Rookie league) Tiebreaker winner
5. Daniel Norris ( Lansng, Low A) Lost to DJ Davis in Tiebreaker
6. Alberto Tirado (Bluefield, Rookie League) 46.15%
7. Sean Nolin (New Hampshire, AA) 43.75%
8. AJ Jimenez ( New Hampshire, AA) 35.29%
9. Franklin Barreto (Gulf Coast League, Rookie) 46.67%
10. John Stilson (Buffalo Bison, AAA) 45.45%
11. Kevin Pillar( Blue Jays, MLB) 50.00%
12. Clinton Hollon ( Bluefield, Rookie League) 36.36%
13. Matt Smoral ( Gulf Coast League, Rookie) 43.75
14. Mitch Nay (Bluefeld, Rookie League) 41.67%
At first I was going to take Labourt again, but reading up on Miguel Castro made me a believer so I had to take him. He straight dominated the DSL this year, and jusdgin by his last start in the GCL, he probably would have done the same thing there this season too. He doesn't turn 20 until December, so he should hit the full season leagues around the age of 21, and be ready to throw around 150 innings in 2 years.
It's Dejong or Dean, ill go with Dean for cause he's ripping it up this year but it could go either way.
Why doesn't anyone ever talk about Joel Carreno anymore he seems to be solid in AAA as a bullpen arm. I remember he was are opening day starter by default in 2011 or was it last year?
I like Carreno and he'll likely be up as bullpen help in September, but I really wouldnt consider him a top prospect... he's a 26 year old middle relief arm, guys like that aren't pegged in your top 20..