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  1. #1
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    2017 Minor league and Prospect Thread

    Clay's top 10 Prospects

    1. Rosario (I see a Francisco Lindor clone)
    2. Smith
    3. Gsellman (I thought he was nothing more than a pen arm, I was wrong)
    4. Dunn
    5. Szapucki (I saw him pitch this summer, and I came away impressed)
    6. Lindsay (He has the potential to be special)
    7. Nimmo
    8. Gimenez
    9. Ceccehini
    10. Nido (Really intriguing prospect, has quite a bit of helium)

    Just Missed TJ Rivera (all he does is hit)
    Last edited by Claymation; 10-28-2016 at 03:07 PM.


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    desmond lindsay looks like a real keeper i have high hopes for this kid

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    If Rosario is close to Lindor that would be amazing.

    Excited about Lindsey and Dunn.

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    I know... Lindor is going to be a stud so that would be awesome. Perennial all star starter right there who may finish top 10 in some MVP votings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    Clay's top 10 Prospects

    1. Rosario (I see a Francisco Lindor clone)
    2. Smith
    3. Gsellman (I thought he was nothing more than a pen arm, I was wrong)
    4. Dunn
    5. Szapucki (I saw him pitch this summer, and I came away impressed)
    6. Lindsay (He has the potential to be special)
    7. Nimmo
    8. Gimenez
    9. Ceccehini
    10. Nido (Really intriguing prospect, has quite a bit of helium)

    Just Missed TJ Rivera (all he does is hit)
    I think Molina jumps back into the middle of this pack if he stays healthy.

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    AFL
    Champ Stuart .375/.412/.531/.943
    Gavin Cecchini .258/.359/.419/.778

    Marcos Molina 5.59/ 5 BB/ 5 Ks/ 1.55 WHIP/ 9.2 innings
    Corey Oswalt 4.15/ 7 BB/ 12 Ks/ 1.54 WHIP/ 13 innings


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    Quote Originally Posted by beermugs View Post
    desmond lindsay looks like a real keeper i have high hopes for this kid
    Lindsay has all the offensive tools and plus great speed. He could be a fixture for us in CF for a long time. Love this kid.
    "There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. A high powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die."

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    Three hitless/scoreless in AZ for Molina's last outing. Hopefully he pitches his way back up the prospect lists this year.
    Last edited by The Futurist; 11-04-2016 at 03:28 PM. Reason: added hitless

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    I saw Lindsay a couple of times this year, I liked what I saw.

    Honestly I would rank him 2nd behind Rosario.


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    1. Rosario - Our starting ss when cabrera is gone(2018)
    2. Smith - our starting 1b post Dude 2018
    3. Lindsey - ton's of promise
    4. Dunn - ranking based on a small sample, albeit impressive sample
    5. Szuipack - saw him in BK, impressive repertoire
    6. Nimmo - not an everyday guy, but should be a solid bench piece at the minimum
    7. cecchini - still not sold, hoping he proves me wrong
    8. Molina - Bounce back year 2017 here we come. If he can still pitch and has a better arm angle, than he can be our next great pitching piece, IF!
    9. Carpio - a lost season always hurts, but the upside is still there
    10. Gimmenez - DSL number don't say much, but scouting reports are encouraging.

    What I'm most excited about is our number of middle infield prospects we have

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    Baseball Prospectus Rankings

    SS Amed Rosario
    RHP Robert Gsellman
    LHP Thomas Szapucki
    1B Dominic Smith
    CF Desmond Lindsay
    RHP Justin Dunn
    SS Andres Gimenez
    OF Brandon Nimmo
    SS Gavin Cecchini
    RF Wuilmer Becerra
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugmet View Post
    Baseball Prospectus Rankings

    SS Amed Rosario
    RHP Robert Gsellman
    LHP Thomas Szapucki
    1B Dominic Smith
    CF Desmond Lindsay
    RHP Justin Dunn
    SS Andres Gimenez
    OF Brandon Nimmo
    SS Gavin Cecchini
    RF Wuilmer Becerra
    Some of these guys helped the big clud a bit in 16 and will be asked to help out a bit more probably in 17 (I see that as nice progress). Certainly Gsellman, Nimmo and Cecchini fall into that group. Gsellman as the 5th starter or spot starter or even a bullpen piece for now; Nimmo as the lefty hitting CFer if Grandy can't cut it; Cecchini as a potential utility IFer. Rosario and Smith will be at AAA for all or at least part of 2017 and if all goes according to plan will be up here for good in 2018 replacing Cabrera and Duda. The rest of these guys look good and will be watched closely over the next year to see just how they are progressing.

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    BP's 11-20
    11. SS/2B Luis Carpio
    12. C Tomas Nido
    13. RHP Gabriel Ynoa
    14. C Ali Sanchez
    15. RHP Marcos Molina
    16. LHP Josh Smoker
    17. IF TJ Rivera
    18. SS Luis Guillorme
    19. 1B Peter Alonso
    20. RHP Mernady Gonzalez


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    Can't wait for Amed Rosario. Let's all hope and pray he ends up being the real deal.
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    Wow, you just won't let this go will you? I'd be more than happy to provide the numbers again if you'd like. The fact is that Marmol in his best season, put up one of the greatest performances by a reliever in the history of baseball. Better than Rivera? Youre damn right. You can't deny this.
    Marmolololololol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    BP's 11-20
    11. SS/2B Luis Carpio
    12. C Tomas Nido
    13. RHP Gabriel Ynoa
    14. C Ali Sanchez
    15. RHP Marcos Molina
    16. LHP Josh Smoker
    17. IF TJ Rivera
    18. SS Luis Guillorme
    19. 1B Peter Alonso
    20. RHP Mernady Gonzalez
    Glad to see Ali Sanchez poke his head through the clouds. Seems like he's been around for a while, but still young enough to merit prospect status -- then again that's not the most talented 11-20 I've seen. Gonzalez has not been on my radar.
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