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2010 projected assignments for top pitchers

These are the pitchers on my top 100 prospect list and where I expect them to play next season. These are the leagues I am using for each players 2010 projection. I will be posting some of these projections over the coming days. I'm not going to share all of them on here, so if there are a few you'd like to see, let me know which ones.

Name Last Name POS TEAM 2010 league
Stephen Strasburg , P , WSH 2A, MAJ
Brian Matusz , P , BAL MAJ
Madison Bumgarner , P , SF 2A, MAJ
Kyle Drabek , P , TOR 2A, MAJ
Christian Friedrich , P , COL 2A
Jarrod Parker , P , ARZ Injured
Neftali Feliz , P , TEX MAJ
Jhoulys Chacin , P , COL 3A, MAJ
Jordan Lyles , P , HOU 2A
Casey Kelly , P , BOS HiA, 2A
Matt Moore , P , TB HiA
Mike Montgomery , P , KC HiA
Mike Montgomery , P , KC 2A
Martin Perez , P , TEX 2A, 3A
Wade Davis , P , TB 3A
Jeremy Hellickson , P , TB 3A
Casey Crosby , P , DET HiA
Aaron Crow , P KC 2A, 3A
Jenrry Mejia , P , NYM 2A
Manny Banuelos , P , NYY HiA
Julio Teheran , P , ATL LoA
Jake Arrieta , P , BAL 3A, MAJ
Alex White , P , CLE 2A
Jason Knapp , P , CLE HiA
Daniel Duffy , P , KC 2A
Mike Leake , P , CIN 2A
Simon Castro , P , SD 2A
Hector Rondon , P , CLE 3A, MAJ
Tyler Matzek , P , COL LoA
Kyle Gibson , P , MIN 2A
Junichi Tazawa , P , BOS 3A, MAJ
Jay Jackson , P , CHC 3A
Jon Niese , P , NYM MAJ
Zach Stewart , P , TOR 3A, MAJ
Drew Storen , P , WSH 3A, MAJ
Zach Britton , P , BAL 2A
Michael Bowden , P , BOS 3A, MAJ

Comments

  1. pretty sure lyles will be in AA skipping lancaster's HR haven.

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  2. I bet you're right. I'll update that

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  3. Arrieta is going to start at AAA again, not MLB. Pretty sure. there is no rotation spot for him unless there is an injury.

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  4. And Britton is starting at Bowie, hes not skipping AAA.

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  5. I think Arrieta is going to start in AAA, but move up to the bigs later in the year.

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  6. Oh its what level you think they will be at at the end of the year?

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  7. It's the levels I think they'll play at this season.

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