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Top South Atlantic League Pitching Prospects

Lucas Sims Braves (A) 19APA 878.9
Tyler Glasnow Pirates (A) 19APB 868.8
Mauricio Cabrera Braves (A) 19AAB 819.1
Jefferson Olacio White Sox (A) 19AAA 797.2
Severino Gonzalez Phillies (A) 20APA 742.0
Josh Hader Orioles (A) 19AAB 705.1
Mark Binford Royals (A) 20AAA 699.0
Miguel Almonte Royals (A) 20APA 694.2
Gabriel Ynoa Mets (A) 20AAP 669.2
Myles Jaye White Sox (A) 21PAA 630.8
C.J. Edwards Rangers (A) 21APA 613.4
Robert Gsellman Mets (A) 19AAA 613.3
Wesley Parsons Braves (A) 20AAA 598.2
Miguel Nunez Phillies (A) 20AAA 547.0
Kendry Flores Giants (A) 21APP 531.9
Cody Kukuk Red Sox (A) 20AAB 512.0
Ivan Pineyro Nationals (A) 21AAA 508.2
Alexander Claudio Rangers (A) 21APA 507.9
Eddie Butler Rockies (A) 22PPA 507.7
Francellis Montas - - - 20APA 493.8
Luis Heredia Pirates (A) 18AAB 493.7
Clay Holmes Pirates (A) 20AAB 481.0
Jose Leclerc Rangers (A) 19APA 465.3
Jose Campos Yankees (A) 20AAA 445.0
Andrew Faulkner Rangers (A) 20AAA 442.6
Luc Rennie Orioles (A) 19AAA 439.1
Parker Bridwell Orioles (A) 21AAA 423.2
Euclides Leyer White Sox (A) 20AAA 395.6
Shane Watson Phillies (A) 19AAA 368.0
Jayson Aquino Rockies (A) 20AAA 358.7
Braulio Ortiz White Sox (A) 21APB 340.1
Derek Law Giants (A) 22APA 329.1
Jose De Paula Yankees (A) 22APB 303.3
Sean Gilmartin Braves (A) 23AAA 284.0
Evan Rutckyj Yankees (A) 21AAB 249.3
Carlos Perez Braves (A) 21APA 228.9
Martin Agosta Giants (A) 22APB 225.2
Matt Purke Nationals (A) 22AAA 217.7
Kyle Haynes Pirates (A) 22APA 217.6
Austin Brice Marlins (A) 21AAB 212.7
Chris Stratton Giants (A) 22AAA 208.0
William Davis Yankees (A) 20AAA 191.0
Bryan Brickhouse Royals (A) 21AAA 181.0
Brian Johnson Red Sox (A) 22APA 170.3
Stephen Johnson Giants (A) 22APB 160.9
Trevor Oakes Rockies (A) 22AAA 95.3
Matthew Carasiti Rockies (A) 21AAA 84.0
Jason Hursh Braves (A) 21BAA 78.0
Branden Kline Orioles (A) 21AAA 70.1
Gregory Billo Royals (A) 22APA 69.7
Trevor Williams Marlins (A) 21AAA 67.3
Matthew Price Orioles (A) 23AAA 63.9
Bret Mitchell Mets (A) 24APB 32.1
Chad James Marlins (A) 22AAB 31.6
Austin Maddox Red Sox (A) 22AAA -9.3
Brett Mooneyham Nationals (A) 23AAB -12.4
Pat Light Red Sox (A) 22AAA -31.1
Jack Mcgeary Red Sox (A) 24BPB -43.1

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