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International League Top 50

Just posted this on Project prospect forum...figured I'd put it here to.

Here is my statistical analysis rankings of the IL. It is based on a lot of different factors but this is what I have for now. I have not put my own personal spin on this yet, just numbers. I just pulled this off my spreadsheet. Let me know what you think.

1 Chris Tillman , P , BAL
2 Tommy Hanson , P , ATL
3 Andrew Mccutchen , OF , PIT
4 Micheal Brantley , OF , CLE
5 Wade Davis , P , TB
6 Austin Jackson , OF , NYY
7 Clay Buchholz , P , BOS
8 Carlos Carrasco , P , CLE
9 Matt Maloney , P , CIN
10 Michael Bowden , P , BOS
11 Fernando Martinez , OF , NYM
12 Jon Niese , P , NYM
13 Jeremy Hellickson , P , TB
14 Carlos Torres , P , CHW
15 Daniel Mccutchen , P , PIT
16 Matt Laporta , 1B , CLE
17 Luis Valbuena , 2B , CLE
18 Matt Wieters , C , BAL
19 Jose Mijares , P , MIN
20 Chris Lambert , P , DET
21 Wilkin Ramirez , OF , DET
22 Kris Medlen , P , ATL
23 Kevin Mulvey , P , MIN
24 Reid Brignac , SS , TB
25 Neil Walker , 3B , PIT
26 Jake Arrieta , P , BAL
27 Marco Estrada , P , WSH
28 Nolan Reimold , OF , BAL
29 Lou Marson , C , PHI
30 Trevor Plouffe , SS , MIN
31 Mark Melancon , P , NYY
32 Sam Lecure , P , CIN
33 Todd Redmond , P , ATL
34 Craig Albernaz , P , TB
35 Ross Detwiler , P , WSH
36 Lucas French , P , DET
37 Andrew Carpenter , P , PHI
38 Justin Maxwell , OF , WSH
39 Anthony Swarzak , P , MIN
40 John Martin , P , WSH
41 Danny Valencia , 3B , MIN
42 David Hernandez , P , BAL
43 Chris Valaika , SS , CIN
44 Jensen Lewis , P , CLE
45 Kyle Kendrick , P , PHI
46 Trevor Crowe , OF , CLE
47 Justin Turner , 2B , BAL
48 Ryan Perry , P , DET
49 Luis Valdez , P , ATL
50 Tyler Clippard , P , WSH

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