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Top Carolina League Pitching Prospects

Henry Owens Red Sox (A+) 20APB 1032.8
Eduardo Rodriguez Orioles (A+) 20AAA 1019.0
Zach Davies Orioles (A+) 20PAA 944.2
Robbie Ray Nationals (A+) 21APA 820.7
Shawn Morimando Indians (A+) 20AAB 790.0
Kyle Smith Royals (A+) 20AAA 788.2
A.J. Cole Nationals (A+) 21APA 775.4
Luke Jackson Rangers (A+) 21APB 725.0
Alec Asher Rangers (A+) 21APA 666.6
Myles Jaye White Sox (A+) 21PAA 630.8
Kyle Zimmer Royals (A+) 21APA 611.7
Nicholas Martinez Rangers (A+) 22PAA 591.1
Will Roberts Indians (A+) 22PAA 534.5
Ivan Pineyro Nationals (A+) 21AAA 508.2
Victor Payano Rangers (A+) 20APB 476.8
Cody Anderson Indians (A+) 22AAA 456.6
Devin Jones Orioles (A+) 22AAA 442.6
J.B. Wendelken White Sox (A+) 20AAA 442.0
Luc Rennie Orioles (A+) 19AAA 439.1
Sam Selman Royals (A+) 22AAB 425.1
Luis Diaz Red Sox (A+) 21AAA 389.3
Christopher Beck White Sox (A+) 22AAA 373.2
Daniel Webb White Sox (A+) 23APA 342.7
William Cuevas Red Sox (A+) 22AAA 333.4
Robert Benincasa Nationals (A+) 22APA 295.0
Aaron Brooks Royals (A+) 23PAP 283.8
Tyler Wilson Orioles (A+) 23PAA 261.7
Cody Winiarski White Sox (A+) 23APA 240.9
Noe Ramirez Red Sox (A+) 23APA 231.5
Carlos Perez Braves (A+) 21APA 228.9
Matt Purke Nationals (A+) 22AAA 217.7
Scott Alexander Royals (A+) 23APA 209.0
Nathan Hyatt Braves (A+) 22APB 207.2
Jeffrey Johnson Indians (A+) 23APA 173.5
Brian Johnson Red Sox (A+) 22APA 170.3
Enosil Tejeda Indians (A+) 24APA 154.4
Lex Rutledge Orioles (A+) 22APA 136.8
Richard Mirowski Nationals (A+) 24APA 134.9
Robinson Yambati Royals (A+) 22APB 131.1
Wilson Rivera Braves (A+) 23APB 128.6
John Younginer Red Sox (A+) 22APB 111.6
Andrew Triggs Royals (A+) 24APA 110.6
Phillipp Klein Rangers (A+) 24APB 104.1
Christian Meza Nationals (A+) 22APB 102.2
David Fischer Nationals (A+) 23APB 85.5
Nathan Striz Red Sox (A+) 24APA 71.1
Marcel Prado Orioles (A+) 25APA 57.0
Justin Thomas Nationals (A+) 22BPP 49.0
John Cornely Braves (A+) 24APB 36.2
Rob Wort Nationals (A+) 24APB 21.3
Daniel Hernandez Royals (A+) 24APA 16.1
Fabio Martinez Indians (A+) 23BPB 14.7
Brandon Cunniff Braves (A+) 24APB 9.2
Mason Radeke Indians (A+) 23BPA 8.6
Wade Davis Royals (A+) 27BPP 0.0
Matt Chaffee Braves (A+) 24APB -1.9
Chris Balcom-Miller Red Sox (A+) 24BAA -5.6
Louis Coleman Royals (A+) 27APA -10.5
Brett Mooneyham Nationals (A+) 23AAB -12.4
Julio Rodriguez Orioles (A+) 22BAB -19.5
Matthew Bischoff Orioles (A+) 26APA -124.0

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