Saturday, September 18, 2010

South Atlantic League Top Prospects

1. Jonathan Singleton , 1B , PHI
2. Robbie Erlin , P , TEX
3. Adorys Vizcaino , P , ATL
4. Tyler Matzek , P , COL
5. Cesar Puello , OF , NYM
6. Nolan Arenado , 3B , COL
7. Reymond Fuentes , OF , BOS
8. Jarred Cosart , P , PHI
9. Eury Perez , OF , WSH
10. Tommy Joseph , C , SF
11. Jiwan James , CF , PHI
12. Jonathan Villar , SS , HOU
13. Sebastian Valle , C , PHI
14. Derrik Gibson , SS , BOS
15. Brody Colvin , P , PHI
16. Jiovanni Mier , SS , HOU
17. Jefry Marte , 3B , NYM
18. Leandro Castro , OF , PHI
19. Slade Heathcott , CF , NYY
20. Jeremy Hazelbaker , OF , BOS
21. Christian Betancourt , C , ATL
22. JP Ramirez , OF , WSH
23. Joseph Ortiz , P , TEX
24. Zack Wheeler , P , SF
25. Eliezer Mesa , , COL
26. Micheal Almanzar , 3B , BOS
27. Jarek Cunningham , 3B , PIT
28. Chris Balcom-Miller , P , BOS
29. Destin Hood , OF , WSH
30. Matt Thompson , P , TEX
31. Trevor May , P , PHI
32. Jimmy Paredes , OF , HOU
33. Leury Garcia , SS , TEX
34. Luis Cruz , P , HOU
35. Neil Ramirez , P , TEX
36. Jorge Bucardo , P , SF
37. Tanner Bushue , P , HOU
38. Domingo Santana , OF , PHI
39. Jesse Beal , P , BAL
40. Trayce Thompson , OF , CHW

4 comments:

  1. A little surprised to not see J.D. Martinez here. I think this guy deserves some respect. Hit .348 last season and .362 with 15 Homers in the SAL this season before moving up to AA and hitting .300. I mean I know he is 23 but he is only in his 2nd season as a pro with video game like batting averages. Curious in your reasoning behind leaving him off?

    Also I like what you are doing with this site. I'm always interested in new perspectives on prospects.

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  2. Thanks Jordan.
    He didn't miss by a lot. He rated below the others mostly because of age. His speed and walk ratings were at league average. His k rate was a 59 on the 20-80 scale and his hitting and power were 76 and 72 respectively. Very nice player to watch in AA next year.

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  3. Six Phillies on the list and five Red Sox, but only one Pirate, one Oriole ... the rich get richer

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  4. Things are changing. The Pirates had a great draft and the Orioles are improving. I don't like the guys the O's spent on as much as the Pirates did, but next year both teams could have a few solid prospects on here. The Red Sox had an amazing draft though, so that's not going to change.

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