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2013 Venezuelan Summer League Top Prospects

Just throwing darts here.

Venezuelan Summer League
Pitchers Team Rating Points
1 Pablo Lopez Mariners (R) 17AAA 438.2
2 Alexis Rivero Phillies (R) 18AAA 359
3 Anjul Hernandez Mariners (R) 17AAA 330.1
4 Eduardo Jimenez Tigers (R) 18AAA 314.2
5 Kevin Gadea Mariners (R) 18AAA 307.6
6 Jesus Chavez Phillies (R) 19APP 304.1
7 Anthony Castro Tigers (R) 18APA 304
8 Johan Belisario Tigers (R) 19APP 269
9 Jose Alvarado Rays (R) 18APB 237.2
10 Alfred Gutierrez Tigers (R) 18AAA 232.2
11 Jorman Duarte Rays (R) 18AAA 227.2
12 Victor Delgado Phillies (R) 18AAP 222.2
13 Benjamin Molina Rays (R) 18AAA 214
14 Sergio Velis Phillies (R) 18AAA 209.2
15 Ricardo Pinto Phillies (R) 19AAA 205
16 Eudis Hidrogo Tigers (R) 18AAA 201.2
17 Osmel Morales Mariners (R) 20APA 194.6
18 Oswaldo Castillo Tigers (R) 16BAA 188
19 Henry Centeno Rays (R) 18AAA 184.6
20 Edgardo Hernandez Rays (R) 18AAA 170.2
21 Yonny Chirinos Rays (R) 19AAA 146.3333333
1 Gianfranco Wawoe Mariners (R) 18BAA 421.9
2 Oscar Rojas Rays (R) 16BAA 305
3 Adrian Alfaro Tigers (R) 16BBA 297.6
4 Grenny Cumana Phillies (R) 17BBA 258.8
5 David Rodriguez Rays (R) 17BAA 253.9
6 Carlos Duran Phillies (R) 18BAA 249.2
7 Victor Padron Tigers (R) 18BBA 225.6
8 Yordi Calderon Mariners (R) 19BAA 177.5
9 Rayder Ascanio Mariners (R) 17BBA 143.6
10 Johan Quevedo Mariners (R) 19BAA 142.4
11 Kreiber Auciello Rays (R) 18BBA 133.7
12 Alberto Velasquez Mariners (R) 19BBA 100.7
13 Kevin Barrios Rays (R) 18BAA 97
14 Jose Ovalles Tigers (R) 19BAA 95.4
15 Jhonbaker Morales Mariners (R) 18BBA 92.8
16 Rafael Fernandez Mariners (R) 19BBA 85
17 Wilson Garcia Phillies (R) 19BBA 83.5
18 Felipe Talos Mariners (R) 18BBA 81.1
19 Enneider Torres Rays (R) 17BBA 70.1
20 Ariel Serrano Tigers (R) 17BBA 57.1
21 Mario Sanjur Tigers (R) 17BBA 40.7


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