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2015 Rockies Prospect List


Rank Name Projection
1 David Dahl Elite CF
2 Jonathan Gray # 1 Starter
3 Raimel Tapia Elite LF
4 Ryan McMahon 1st Div. 3B
5 Kyle Freeland #2 Starter
6 Forrest Wall Elite 2B
7 Eddie Butler #2 Starter
8 Kevin Padlo 1st Div. 3B
9 Rosell Herrera 1st Div. 3B
10 Max George 1st Div. SS
11 Ryan Castellani #3 Starter
12 Erick Julio #3 Starter
13 Pedro Gonzalez 1st Div. RF
14 Jose Briceno 1st Div. C
15 Jairo Diaz Closer
16 Terry McClure 1st Div. CF
17 Dom Nunez 1st Div. 2B
18 Tyler Anderson #4 Starter
19 Emerson Jimenez 2nd Div. SS
20 Antonio Senzatela #4 Starter
21 Trevor Story 2nd Div. 3B
22 Carlos Estevez Impact Reliever
23 Yeremy Rosario 2nd Div. SS
24 Correlle Prime 1st Div. 1B
25 Thomas Murphy 2nd Div. C
26 Kyle Parker 2nd Div. LF
27 Alex Balog Reliever
28 Johendi Jiminian #5 Starter
29 Wesley Rogers 2nd Div. CF
30 Sam Howard #5 Starter
31 Jordan Patterson 2nd Div. LF
32 Carlos Herrera 2nd Div. SS
33 Luis Jean 2nd Div. SS
34 Scott Oberg Reliever
35 Matt Carasiti #5 Starter
36 Ben Paulsen 2nd Div. 1B
37 Sam Moll Reliever
38 Will Swanner Backup C
39 Wilfredo Rodriguez Backup C
40 Cristhian Adames Backup SS
41 Jayson Aquino Reliever
42 Patrick Valaika Backup SS
43 Ryan Casteel Backup C
44 Wes Rogers 2nd Div. C
45 Omar Carrizales 2nd Div. CF
46 Yohan Flande Reliever
47 Rayan Gonzalez Reliever
48 Sean Dwyer 2nd Div. 1B
49 Rafael Ynoa Backup 2B
50 Helmis Rodriguez Reliever
51 Dustin Garneau Backup C
52 Max White Backup CF
53 Kyle Simon Reliever
54 Nelson Gonzalez Reliever
55 Austin House Reliever
56 Harrison Musgrave Reliever
57 Carlos Polanco Reliever
58 Javier Palacios Reliever
59 Dylan Craig Reliever
60 Chris O'Dowd 3RD CATCHER
61 Robbie Perkins 3RD CATCHER
62 Hamlet Marte 3RD CATCHER
63 Konner Wade Reliever
64 Shane Broyles Reliever
65 Shane Hoelscher Backup 3B
66 Kenny Roberts Reliever
67 Trent Daniel Reliever
68 Yoely Bello Reliever
69 Brian Humphries Backup LF
70 Michael Tauchman Backup LF
71 Jayson Langfels Backup 3B
72 Michael Benjamin Backup 3B
73 Yonathan Daza Backup LF
74 Drew Weeks Backup LF
75 Henry Garcia Backup 1B

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