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'06 Top 100 Hitting Prospects

Rank Name League Level Age
1 Elvis Andrus SAL A 18
2 Andrew McCutchen SAL A 19
3 Jose Tabata SAL A 18
4 Jay Bruce Midw A 19
5 Austin Jackson SAL A 19
6 Eric Young SAL A 21
7 Darren Ford SAL A 20
8 Billy Butler Texas AA 20
9 Dexter Fowler SAL A 20
10 Michael Brantley SAL A 19
11 Lorenzo Cain SAL A 20
12 Cameron Maybin Midw A 19
13 Carlos Gomez Eastern AA 20
14 Justin Upton Midw A 19
15 Ryan Sweeney IL AAA 21
16 Ivan De Jesus SAL A 19
17 Reegie Corona SAL A 19
18 Felix Pie Pacific Coast AAA 21
19 Delmon Young IL AAA 21
20 Chris Lubanski Texas AA 21
21 Cedric Hunter Ariz Rk 18
22 Paul Kelly Midw A 19
23 Angel Salome SAL A 20
24 Adam Jones Pacific Coast AAA 21
25 B.J. Upton IL AAA 22
26 Mike Carp FSL A+ 20
27 Lastings Milledge IL AAA 21
28 Johnny Whittleman Midw A 19
29 Alcides Escobar FSL A+ 19
30 Michael Saunders Midw A 19
31 Emilio Bonifacio California Hi A 21
32 Eduardo Nunez SAL A 19
33 Joshua Johnson Midw A 20
34 Reid Brignac California Hi A 20
35 Cole Garner SAL A 21
36 Hainley Statia Midw A 20
37 Michael Mooney SAL A 0
38 Carlos Gonzalez California Hi A 20
39 Justin Sellers Midw A 20
40 Marcos Vechionacci SAL A 20
41 Alex Gordon Texas AA 22
42 Asdrubal Cabrera Pacific Coast AAA 20
43 Jonathan Herrera California Hi A 21
44 Elijah Dukes IL AAA 22
45 James Loney Pacific Coast AAA 22
46 Matthew Sulentic Midw A 18
47 Luis Valbuena Midw A 20
48 Alberto Callaspo Pacific Coast AAA 23
49 Eric Campbell SAL A 21
50 Jose Castro SAL A 19
51 Josh Flores SAL A 20
52 Nick Evans SAL A 20
53 Aaron Cunningham SAL A 20
54 Greg Burns SAL A 19
55 Mat Gamel SAL A 21
56 Christopher Jones SAL A 18
57 Brandon Wood Texas AA 21
58 Asdrubal Cabrera IL AAA 20
59 Joel Guzman Pacific Coast AAA 21
60 Andrew Thompson Midw A 19
61 Koby Clemens SAL A 19
62 Erick Aybar Pacific Coast AAA 22
63 Trevor Plouffe FSL A+ 20
64 Daric Barton Pacific Coast AAA 21
65 Ian Stewart Texas AA 21
66 Troy Tulowitzki Texas AA 21
67 Joaquin Arias Pacific Coast AAA 22
68 Andrew McCutchen Eastern AA 19
69 Charlie Fermaint FSL A+ 20
70 Ben Copeland SAL A 22
71 Jordan Schafer SAL A 20
72 Mitch Einertson SAL A 20
73 Lucas May SAL A 21
74 Allan de San Miguel Midw A 18
75 Joshua Rodriguez NYPL A- 18
76 Josh Fields IL AAA 23
77 Sean Smith Caro Hi A 0
78 Chris Young Pacific Coast AAA 23
79 Jose Vallejo Midw A 20
80 Eduardo Nunez FSL A+ 19
81 Denard Span Eastern AA 22
82 Robert Andino Pacific Coast AAA 22
83 Matthew Kemp Pacific Coast AAA 22
84 Donovan Solano NYPL A- 18
85 Matt Moses Eastern AA 21
86 Jose Coronado FSL A+ 20
87 Louis Marson SAL A 20
88 Travis Denker SAL A 21
89 Christopher Nelson SAL A 21
90 Gregor Blanco IL AAA 22
91 Blake DeWitt FSL A+ 21
92 Jon Mota FSL A+ 19
93 Hector Pellot SAL A 19
94 Christopher Parmelee GCL Rk 18
95 Russell Mitchell SAL A 0
96 Mark Trumbo Midw A 20
97 Joey Votto Southern AA 23
98 Daryl Jones Midw A 20
99 Pablo Sandoval SAL A 20

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