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2015 Brewers Prospect List


Rank Name Projection
1 Tyrone Taylor 1st Div. CF
2 Clint Coulter 1st Div. C
3 Orlando Arcia 1st Div. SS
4 Devin Williams #2 Starter
5 Gilbert Lara 1st Div. 3B
6 Kodi Medeiros #2 Starter
7 Luis Sardinas 1st Div. SS
8 Monte Harrison 1st Div. RF
9 Jacob Gatewood 1st Div. RF
10 Kyle Wren 1st Div. CF
11 Taylor Williams #3 Starter
12 Wei-Chung Wang #3 Starter
13 Jorge Lopez Impact Reliever
14 Nicolas Pierre 2nd Div. CF
15 Johnny Hellweg Impact Reliever
16 Taylor Jungmann #5 Starter
17 Tyler Wagner #5 Starter
18 Troy Stokes 2nd Div. CF
19 Victor Roache 2nd Div. LF
20 Jed Bradley #5 Starter
21 Drew Gagnon #5 Starter
22 Joantgel Segovia #N/A
23 Hobbs Johnson #5 Starter
24 Jason Rogers 2nd Div. 3B
25 David Goforth Reliever
26 Damien Magnifico Reliever
27 Yadiel Rivera Backup SS
28 Nick Delmonico 2nd Div. 3B
29 Michael Reed 2nd Div. LF
30 Cameron Garfield Backup C
31 Ariel Pena Reliever
32 Juan Centeno Backup C
33 Tucker Neuhaus 2nd Div. 3B
34 Miguel Diaz Reliever
35 Hunter Morris Backup 1B
36 Michael Strong Reliever
37 Tyler Cravy Reliever
38 Jordan Yamamoto Reliever
39 Hector Gomez Backup SS
40 Michael Blazek Reliever
41 Carlos Belonis Backup CF
42 Caleb Smith Reliever
43 Omar Garcia Backup CF
44 Brooks Hall Reliever
45 Cy Sneed Reliever
46 Angel Ortega Backup SS
47 Steven Halcomb Backup SS
48 Gregory Munoz Backup SS
49 Brent Suter Reliever
50 Austin Ross Reliever
51 Clint Terry Reliever
52 Brandon Woodruff Reliever
53 Adam Weisenburger 3RD CATCHER
54 Chris McFarland Backup 2B
55 Nick Ramirez Backup 1B
56 Michael Ratterree Backup RF
57 Eric Marzec Reliever
58 Garrett Cooper Backup 1B
59 Kaleb Earls Reliever
60 Casey Medlen Reliever
61 Shawn Zarraga 3RD CATCHER
62 Rafael Neda 3RD CATCHER
63 Zach Hirsch Reliever
64 Greg McCall 3RD CATCHER
65 Parker Berberet 3RD CATCHER
66 Victor Diaz Reliever
67 Brent Leach Reliever
68 Andy Moye Reliever
69 Greg Holle Reliever
70 Mark Williams Reliever
71 Tanner Poppe Reliever
72 D'Vontry Richardson Backup LF
73 Manny Barreda Reliever
74 Tommy Toledo Reliever
75 Stephen Peterson Reliever
76 Harvey Martin Reliever
77 Gregory Hopkins 3RD 2B/SS
78 Preston Gainey Reliever
79 Luis Ortega Reliever
80 Mitch Meyer Backup RF
81 David Denson #N/A
82 Chad Pierce Reliever
83 Chad Thompson Reliever
84 Tyler Alexander #N/A
85 Jacob Barnes Reliever
86 Tristan Archer Reliever
87 Trevor Seidenberger Reliever
88 Tyler Linehan Reliever
89 Jeffrey "JB" Kole Reliever
90 Juan Ortiz Backup LF
91 Kentrail Davis Backup LF
92 Michael Garza Backup 3B
93 Shea Vucinich Backup 3B
94 Jose Pena Backup LF
95 Dionis Hinojosa Backup LF
96 Johnny Davis Backup LF
97 Nick Shaw 3RD 2B/SS
98 Francisco Castillo 3RD 2B/SS

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