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Florida State League Top 50 Prospects

1 Jesus Montero , C , NYY
2 Ben Revere , OF , MIN
3 Tyson Gillies , OF , SEA
4 Evan Anundsen , P , MIL
5 Dave Bromberg , P , MIN
6 Alex Cobb , P , TB
7 Austin Romine , C , NYY
8 Starlin Castro , 2B , CHC
9 Tim Collins , P , TOR
10 Eli Villanueva , P , FLA
11 Jenrry Mejia , P , NYM
12 Caleb Gindl , OF , MIL
13 Jemile Weeks , 2B , OAK
14 Dellin Betances , P , NYY
15 Santos Arias , P , MIN
16 Jake McGee , P , TB
17 Tyler Robertson , P , MIN
18 Pat Venditte , P , NYY
19 Angel Villalona , 1B , SF
20 Matt Gorgen , P , TB
21 Jeremy Bleich , P , NYY
22 Amaury Rivas , P , MIL
23 Justin Jackson , SS , TOR
24 Richard Castillo , P , STL
25 Deolis Guerra , P , MIN
26 Mark Rogers , P , MIL
27 DJ Mitchell , P , NYY
28 Robert Bell , P , TOR
29 Drew Naylor , P , PHI
30 Moises Sierra , OF , TOR
31 Jeff Allison , P , FLA
32 Jose Rosario , P , FLA
33 Logan Schafer , OF , MIL
34 Steve Singleton , 2B , MIN
35 Steven Hirschfield , P , MIN
36 David Newmann , P , TB
37 Hector Gomez , SS , COL
38 Joe Benson , OF , MIN
39 John Tolisano , 2B , TOR
40 Francisco Pena , C , NYM
41 Darin Downs , P , TB
42 Scott Shaw , P , NYM
43 Kirk Nieuwenhuis , OF , NYM
44 Jake Opitz , SS , CHC
45 Engel Beltre , OF , TEX
46 Mark Willinsky , P , MIL
47 Steven Cishek , P , FLA
48 Zach Braddock , P , MIL
49 Brandon Guyer , OF , CHC
50 Edilio Colina , 2B , SEA

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