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Top New York-Penn League Pitching Prospects

Robert Gsellman Mets (A-) 19AAA 613.3333333
Luc Rennie Orioles (A-) 19AAA 439.1333333
Michael Feliz Astros (A-) 19APA 425
Jamie Callahan Red Sox (A-) 18AAA 395.8666667
Ronald Herrera Athletics (A-) 18AAA 383.4
Andrew Anderson Phillies (A-) 19AAA 363.6
Daniel Mcgrath Red Sox (A-) 18APA 355.7666667
Luis Lugo Indians (A-) 19AAA 340.7
John Gant Mets (A-) 20APA 309.5333333
Caleb Hamrick Indians (A-) 19AAA 275
Domingo German Marlins (A-) 20AAA 244
Jarlin Garcia Marlins (A-) 20APA 232.8666667
Lucas Giolito Nationals (A-) 18APA 225.5333333
Gonzalo Sanudo Astros (A-) 21APP 218.8666667
Kenny Mathews Indians (A-) 19AAA 212.6
Akeel Morris Mets (A-) 20APB 207
Chase Edwards Tigers (A-) 19AAA 198.2
William Davis Yankees (A-) 20AAA 191
Miller Diaz Mets (A-) 21APB 187.5333333
Chad Kuhl Pirates (A-) 20AAP 186.7666667
Josh Warner Phillies (A-) 20AAA 186.3333333
Ty Buttrey Red Sox (A-) 20AAA 184.3333333
Hunter Harvey Orioles (A-) 18BPA 182.6
Sebastian Vader Orioles (A-) 21AAA 169.9333333
Mitch Gueller Phillies (A-) 19AAA 169.6
Austin Voth Nationals (A-) 21APA 161.7333333
Colby Suggs Marlins (A-) 21BPB 155.9333333
Adrian Houser Astros (A-) 20AAA 151.6666667
Austin Urban Orioles (A-) 20AAB 139
Kyle Crockett Indians (A-) 21BPA 136.3666667
Kevin Comer Astros (A-) 20AAA 134.8666667
Jose Torres Athletics (A-) 19AAA 125.2
Mark Appel Astros (A-) 21AAA 114.3333333
Dovydas Neverauskas Pirates (A-) 20AAA 112.8666667
Dylan Covey Athletics (A-) 21AAA 110.1
Helpi Reyes Marlins (A-) 20AAB 103.6666667
Teddy Stankiewicz Red Sox (A-) 19BAP 98.2
Kyle Finnegan Athletics (A-) 21AAA 89.1
Gregory Paulino Athletics (A-) 20BAA 79.66666667
Trevor Williams Marlins (A-) 21AAA 67.33333333
Corey Littrell Red Sox (A-) 21AAA 66.66666667
Logan Ehlers Tigers (A-) 21AAB 60.43333333
William Lamarche Tigers (A-) 21BPA 59.86666667
Juan Urbina Mets (A-) 20BAB 56.1
Deion Williams Nationals (A-) 20AAB 49.86666667
John Simms Nationals (A-) 21BPA 49.66666667
Dace Kime Indians (A-) 21BPB 46.53333333
Jonathon Crawford Tigers (A-) 21BPB 42.66666667
Lance Breedlove Pirates (A-) 22APA 41.2
Bobby Wahl Athletics (A-) 21BPA 37.86666667
Ricky Knapp Mets (A-) 21BAA 37.6
Matthew Whitehouse Indians (A-) 22AAP 34.1
Scott Sitz Tigers (A-) 22BAA 23
Albert Minnis Astros (A-) 21BAA 14.33333333
Nick Petree Cardinals (A-) 22AAA 14
Buck Farmer Tigers (A-) 22APA 11
Jared Lakind Pirates (A-) 21BAA 8.533333333
Jairo Heredia Yankees (A-) 23AAA 7.466666667
Kevin Ziomek Tigers (A-) 21BBB 7.333333333
Kerry Doane Indians (A-) 22BPP 5.1
Jimmy Reed Cardinals (A-) 22AAA -3.8
Joe Mantiply Tigers (A-) 22AAA -4.9
Randall Fant Astros (A-) 22AAA -19.9
Jerad Grundy Athletics (A-) 22BBA -52
Hunter Scantling Tigers (A-) 23AAA -124.4666667

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Name POS Schools
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2 Jameson Taillon RHP The Woodlands (Texas) HS
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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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