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NY Penn League Top 50 Prospects

1 Ryan Westmoreland , OF , BOS
2 Derrik Gibson , SS , BOS
3 JP Ramirez , OF , WSH
4 Jose Alvarez , P , BOS
5 Alex Colome , P , TB
6 Jack McGeary , P , WSH
7 Clayton Cook , P , CLE
8 Leandro Castro , OF , PHI
9 Kyle Lobstein , P , TB
10 Micheal Almanzar , 3B , BOS
11 Sebastian Valle , C , PHI
12 Wilfred Pichardo , OF , BOS
13 Tyler Bortnick TB
14 Mark Cohoon , P , NYM
15 Jacob Cowan , P , BAL
16 Preston Guilmet , P , CLE
17 Jason Smit , SS , CLE
18 Adorys Vizcaino , P , NYY
19 Anthony Hewitt , SS , PHI
20 Jimmy Paredes NYY
21 Marty Popham , P , CLE
22 Neil Medchill , OF , NYY
23 Jason Kipnis , OF , CLE
24 Zoilo Almonte NYY
25 Kyle Higashioka , C , NYY
26 Kenneth Moreland , P , BAL
27 Brandon Moore , P , NYM
28 Nicholas Haughian , P , BAL
29 Deryk Hooker , P , STL
30 Drew Dominguez , P , BOS
31 Evan Bronson , P , WSH
32 Collin McHugh , P , NYM
33 Francisco Soriano WSH
34 Jose Torres , SS , FLA
35 Dock Doyle , C , NYM
36 Jason McEachern , P , TB
37 Alex Wilson , P , BOS
38 Brian Kemp HOU
39 Victor Black , P , PIT
40 Niko Vasquez , SS , STL
41 Eric Eiland , OF , TOR
42 Markus Brisker , OF , TOR
43 Zachary Quate , P , TB
44 Kyle McPherson , P , PIT
45 Ryan Pressly , P , BOS
46 James Fuller , P , NYM
47 Ryan Schimpf , 2B , TOR
48 Patrick Kantakevich , P , BAL
49 Yeiper Castillo , P , BOS
50 Keyvius Sampson , P , SD

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