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2015 Angels Prospect List

Rank Name Projection
1 Andrew Heaney #3 Starter
2 Sean Newcomb #2 Starter
3 Nick Tropeano #3 Starter
4 Sherman Johnson 1st Div. 2B
5 Cam Bedrosian Impact Reliever
6 Alex Yarbrough 1st Div. 2B
7 Julio Garcia 2nd Div. SS
8 Roberto Baldoquin 1st Div. 2B
9 Joey Gatto #3 Starter
10 Kyle Kubitza 1st Div. 3B
11 Natanael Delgado 1st Div. LF
12 Hunter Green #4 Starter
13 Chris Ellis Impact Reliever
14 Trevor Gott #5 Starter
15 Eduar Lopez #4 Starter
16 Taylor Featherston 2nd Div. 2B
17 Kyle McGowin #5 Starter
18 Alfonso Alcantara Impact Reliever
19 Scott Snodgress #5 Starter
20 Keynan Middleton #5 Starter
21 Carlos Perez Backup C
22 Elliot Morris #5 Starter
23 Kaleb Cowart 2nd Div. 3B
24 Joe Krehbiel Impact Reliever
25 Tyler DeLoach #4 Starter
26 Victor Alcantara Reliever
27 Jake Jewell Reliever
28 Crusito Mieses #5 Starter
29 Harrison Cooney Impact Reliever
30 Kody Eaves 2nd Div. 2B
31 Cal Towey 2nd Div. 3B
32 Yency Almonte #5 Starter
33 Jose Suarez #N/A
34 Jose Herrera 2nd Div. 3B
35 Jonah Wesely #5 Starter
36 Greg Mahle Reliever
37 Eric Stamets Backup SS
38 Jett Bandy Backup C
39 Nate Smith Reliever
40 Drew Rucinski Reliever
41 Michael Clevinger Reliever
42 Erick Salcedo Backup SS
43 Dan Reynolds Reliever
44 Chad Hinshaw Backup LF
45 Buddy Boshers Reliever
46 Jared Ruxer Reliever
47 Angel Rosa Backup SS
48 Mike Fish Backup LF
49 Franklin Torres Backup SS
50 Jake Yacinich Backup SS
51 Jeremy Rhoades Reliever
52 Michael Morin Reliever
53 Austin Adams Reliever
54 Dan Robertson Backup LF
55 Kurt Spomer Reliever
56 Chris Curley Backup SS
57 Pedro Ruiz Backup SS
58 Jeremy Mcbryde Reliever
59 Bo Way Backup CF
60 Austin Robichaux Reliever
61 Shawn O'Malley 3RD CATCHER
62 Andres Heredia Reliever
63 Brian Hernandez Backup 3B
64 Garrett Nuss Reliever
65 Eric Aguilera Backup 1B
66 Zach Wright 3RD CATCHER
67 Kramer Sneed Reliever
68 Miguel Hermosillo Backup LF
69 Wade Hinkle Backup 1B
70 Andrew Daniel Backup 3B
71 Zach Houchins Backup 3B
72 Johan Sala Backup RF
73 Kevin Johnson Reliever
74 Ryan Seiz Backup 1B
75 Alex Abbott Backup RF
76 Eduard Santos Reliever
77 Junior Pedie Backup LF
78 Alan Busenitz Reliever
79 Chris O'Grady Reliever
80 Jordan Kipper Reliever
81 Caleb Adams Backup LF
82 Ricky Martinez Backup LF
83 Michael Snyder Backup 1B
84 Mark Shannon Backup LF
85 Fran Whitten Backup 1B
86 Keinner Pina #N/A
87 Angel Molina 2nd Div. C


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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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