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#21

Posted: November 11, 2018, 9:36 AM Post
Posts: 476
Location: Milwaukee
1. Hiura
2. Ray
3. T.Lutz
4. Turang
5. Dubon
6. Diplan
7. Z. Brown
8. Stokes
9. A.Ashby
10. Erceg
11. Houser
12. Supak
13. B.Webb
14. Nottingham
15. Gatewood
16. P. Henry
17. M.Feliciano
18. C.Lemons
19. Carlos Rodriguez
20. McClanahan
21. T.Grisham
22, D. Brown
23. Je'Von Ward
24. Torres-Costa
25. Ponce

26. Leugim Castillo
27. B.Derby
28. Bickford
29. D. Williams
30. Vassalotti
31. M. Bello
32. J.Gray Jr
33. Roegner
34. Harber
35. P.Abreu
36. T.Taylor
37. K.Howell
38. A. Melendez
39. Jolon Lun
40. Jankins
41. Olczak
42. M.Sanchez
43. W. Salaman
44. M.McDowell
45. Y.Coca
46. D.Fry
47. Bowden Francis
48. Whitmer
49. Kirby
50. J.Hager


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Posted: November 11, 2018, 10:38 AM Post
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01. Keston Hiura
02. Corey Ray
03. Troy Stokes Jr.
04. Tristen Lutz
05. Zack Brown
06. Brice Turang
07. Adrian Houser
08. Lucas Erceg
09. Mauricio Dubon
10. Jacob Nottingham
11. Marcos Diplan
12. Trent Grisham
13. Trey Supak
14. Carlos Rodriguez
15. Payton Henry
16. Cody Ponce
17. Nathan Kirby
18. Braden Webb
19. Aaron Ashby
20. Clayton Andrews
21. Caden Lemons
22. Joe Gray Jr.
23. Micah Bello
24. Mario Feliciano
25. Dantel Ramirez


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Posted: November 11, 2018, 10:51 AM Post
Posts: 3868
LouisEly said:
clancyphile said:
Kelbysdaddy said:
Whenever it’s time to make the lists, the first thing I do is look for Clancy’s list.


How many of the names did you end up looking up on Baseball-Reference or elsewhere?

Shocked that Eddie Silva isn't on your list.


After re-evaluating the numbers, I am shocked I left him off, too. I initially didn't feel good based on only 9 walks compared to 203 ABs, but he's got a hit tool, and he has some real pop - and most of that was at Wisconsin.

How does the Crew get both Silva and Hiura on the field at the same time?


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Posted: November 11, 2018, 12:35 PM Post
Posts: 59
1. Keston Hiura 2B - Hiura may need some more time in the minors to work on defense, but his bat could play tomorrow.
2. Brice Turang SS - Above average tools across the board. Will have ample opportunity to grow, with very few SS's to compete against.
3. Corey Ray OF - Turned a corner…kind of. Hitting .240 isn't going to cut it, especially with Cain signed through 2022. His bat will need to play up in a corner spot, if he's going to make it to the show in the next couple years.
4. Zach Brown SP - Credit to the Brewers scouting department. Another college arm who's knocking on the door quickly. Not as electric as Burnes or Woodruff, but has good command of all his pitches.
5. Braden Webb SP - Though Brown and Webb were both college righty's drafted in 2016, they are different pitchers. While Brown is consistent, yet not flashy, Webb has that 'wow' factor. Typically works mid-90's with the heater and has a huge 12 to 6 hook. The ceiling is higher for Webb than Brown, but the floor is lower, as well, due to command issues. Kind of has those Nolan Ryan mechanics, where he hunches over and rocks back off of the rubber, puts the ball over his head and fires. Favorite pitcher in the minors, just behind Hiura overall.
6. Maurcio Dubon SS - Dubon is probably a good comp for Turang. Solid tools across the board, yet not overwhelming in any one department. Will be an important piece on this team if Schoop/Arcia/Perez struggle out of the gates in 2019.
7. Jacob Nottingham C - I think it's his time. Still very young, Nottingham may start the year in San Antonio if the organization prefers a veteran 2nd catcher behind Pina. Not an indictment on Nottingham, but he probably could use another season's worth of experience to hone all of his skills.
8. Aaron Ashby SP - Huge fan of Ashby and very happy to see a lefty with plus stuff in the organization. I think he and Webb have probably the highest ceilings of the arms currently in the minors. Ashby doesn't yet have the velocity of Webb, but it likely will develop as he matures.
9. Tristen Lutz OF - Not a bad year for Lutz, but certainly not what we hoped to see, with all of the pre-season hype. Still very young, he should get a ton of AB's in Carolina.
10. Lucas Erceg 3B - Similar to Ray, Erceg will need to improve his hit tool before he can hope to break through.
11. Trey Supak SP - Supak is the good version of Cody Ponce. Big-bodied righty with solid stuff, able to eat multiple innings. He'll be on the 40-man this year, so he'll be in competition with Peralta if one of the five ML starters falters or is injured.
12. Adrian Houser RP - This placement may be too high, but Houser has the potential to be a very valuable bullpen piece. Starting probably isn't out of the conversation yet, but the Brewers likely have 5-6 guys ahead of him in the pecking order. The bonus with Houser in the bullpen would be the potential for multiple innings.
13. Marcos Diplan SP - Still young! I feel like that's been said of Diplan for 5+ years…He had more success in 2018 than 2017. So there's that. He'll likely still be on the 40-man to start the year, so it will be interesting to see if he stays as a starter or if the Brewers try to transition to the bullpen, as they've got a number of options ahead of him and behind.
14. Quintin Torres-Costa RP - Have to think that QTC would have been the 1st or 2nd option to get called up if a reliever were to go down, especially if it's Cedeno or Jennings. Stuff really plays up against lefties. Tough break on the TJ.
15. Jake Gatewood 1B - I don't think Gatewood makes the 40-man, so hopefully he doesn't get poached in the Rule 5 draft. Contact issues are still there, so he'll likely be in Biloxi for another season.
16. Carlos Rodriguez OF - Hopefully Rodriguez becomes the next DSL kid to make it work. Not much to show from that program thus far, aside from Arcia.
17. Joe Gray Jr OF - Tools, that's all I got.
18. Micah Bello OF - Bat speed looks legit.
19. Payton Henry C - Maybe too low of a placement, but we've seen a number of catchers perform well low in the minors only to flame out in the uppers. Cautiously optimistic.
20. Phil Bickford SP - It will be very telling to see how the Brewers feel about Bickford by the placement or lack thereof on the 40-man.
21. Larry Ernesto OF - Another DSL product?! More pop than Rodriguez, but hasn't shown the same hit tool yet.
22. Zach Clark OF - Toolsy player who could play himself into 4th outfielder, if things go right. Not exactly young, so he'll need a good Carolina season to start garnering prospect traction.
23. Devin Williams SP - Similar to Bickford, another Rule 5 eligible player with multiple lost seasons under his belt.
24. Caden Lemons SP - Showed some potential albiet in limited innings
25. Nathan Kirby SP - Similar to Bickford and Williams, Kirby is yet another Rule 5 eligible player.


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Posted: November 11, 2018, 10:23 PM Post
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1 Keston Hiura 
2 Corey Ray
3 Tristen Lutz
4 Brice Turang
5 Zack Brown
6 Lucas Erceg
7 Mauricio Dubon
8 Trey Supak
9 Aaron Ashby
10 Jacob Nottingham
11 Adrian Houser
12 Marcos Diplan
13 Troy Stokes Jr
14 Joe Gray
15 Carlos Rodriguez
16 Jake Gatewood
17 Payton Henry
18 Chad McClanahan
19 Je’Von Ward
20 Trent Grisham
21 Pablo Abreu
22 Braden Webb
23 Cody Ponce
24 Tyrone Taylor
25 Mario Feliciano

26 Caden Lemons
27 Justin Jarvis
28 Max Lazar
29 Micah Bello 
30 Wes Wilson
31 Branlyn Jaraba
32 Joey Matulovich
33 Michael Mediavilla
34 Yeison Coca
35 LG Castillo
36 Eddie Silva
37 Michelle Vassalotti
38 Jolon Lun
39 Eduarqui Fernandez 
40 Larry Ernesto
41 Jon Olczak
42 Bubba Derby
43 Thomas Jankins
44 Jake Hager
45 Antonio Pinero
46 Devin Williams
47 Drew Rasmussen
48 Nathan Kirby
49 Brendan Murphy
50 Phil Bickford


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Posted: November 12, 2018, 8:25 PM Post
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1. Keston Hiura
2. Corey Ray
3. Tristen Lutz
4. Zack Brown
5. Brice Turang
6. Mauricio Dubon
7. Troy Stokes
8. Aaron Ashby
9. Lucas Erceg
10. Carlos Rodriguez
11. Jacob Nottingham
12. Payton Henry
13. Trey Supak
14. Adrian Houser
15. Marcos Diplan
16. Je’Von Ward
17. Caden Lemons
18. Jake Gatewood
19. Mario Feliciano
20. Tyrone Taylor
21. Joe Gray
22. Quintin Torres-Costa
23. Cody Ponce
24. Drew Rasmussen
25. Jolon Zhao
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26. Trent Grisham
27. Micah Bello
28. Andres Melendez
29. Braden Webb
30. Eduarqi Fernandez
31. Larry Ernesto
32. Angel Perdomo
33. Pablo Abreu
34. Chad McClanahan
35. Yeison Coca


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Posted: November 12, 2018, 9:44 PM Post
Posts: 1913
1 K. Hiura
No 1a & 1b..... this year Keston dominates this spot my wide margin

2 Z. Brown
Another one of those college ares with bad numbers and major control issues that the Brewers have corrected just like Woodruff!

3 C. Ray
Healthy Ray is a good Ray. If he can take another step this year by cutting down Ks he will be the top notch guy we thought we were drafting.

4. T. Lutz
From Day 1 I’ve been in love and he has yet given me me to waver. Rough adjustment at first but got better all season.

5. B. Turang
I always think Trae Turner, 100% of the time. Walks, doesn’t K a ton, great speed, good not elite average & power. I’m happy with a Trae

6. A. Ashby
By end of 2019, I believe he will be in Burnes, Brown type rapid climb, top prospect status. Guy is good!

7. L Erceg
I want Erceg to be guy we all hope he will but has yet to really do it. Flashes the past 2 years but really needs to bust out.

8. M. Dubon
Was a stud to start year before ACL, hope he picks up where he left off

9. J Nottingham
Calmed down a “few” of the Krush Davis enthusiast who still complain about trade. Hope he gets a real chance this year to roll with Pina

10. M. Diplan
Most frustrating pitcher in system to me. Brilliant & terrible back & forth but man, he is still really young! Just throw a few strikes please

11. T. Taylor
Finally he bounced back! Splits home & away say we should trade home to Colorado but Crew happy enough to give 40 man spot

12. T. Supek
Continues to impress & rise. Think we won Rogers trade just a little bit

13. B. Webb
I called Sheets on draft day & when he throws strikes & you see highlights of that 94-95 fb & then mixes in fall off the earth curve..... love it

14. T. Stokes
The Michael Brantley of system who gets over looked for playing with the Cain’s of system but he is just an impressive player

15. J. Gatewood
As a teacher & coach, hard not to love a kid who works and makes improvements every year..... power is still top notch in system

16. C. Rodriquez
Kid is just exciting, think he will blossom into a real get for us. He just has such a great bat. Excited to follow.

17. T. Grisham
Figure it out by next ballot or you are gone. Walks only get you so far. Hit the ball

18. P. Henry
Thanks to performance & Super Mario’s injuries, think he is lead dog as next wave catching prospect until Mario steals it back

19. M. Feliciano
See above

20. J. Gray
Forget average and rough start, kid has potential to explode. All tools, outside average and terrible babip he was solid

21. C. Lemons
He is a project & as we have seen with Ashby, Z. Brown and so many others... Helena stats mean nothing.

22. QTC
Best reliever in system who will help MLB this season hopefully

23. A. Houser
Power arm in pen who fits Brewers bullpen/ starter role well. Healthy & hopefully gets back to dominate ways.

24. M. Bello
Reminds me so much of Tyrone Taylor. Think that is the prospect he is.

25. J. Ward
Big step this year & be interesting if he can do it again on young T-Rat team


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Posted: November 12, 2018, 11:16 PM Post
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Location: Dubuque, IA
Trending, Expected Level, ETA (Best Case Scenario)
1.) 2B Keston Hiura + (AAA) 2019
2.) RHP Zack Brown + (AAA) 2019
3.) CF Corey Ray + (AAA) 2020
4.) SS Brice Turang + (A) 2022
5.) CF Tristen Lutz + (A+) 2021
6.) RHP Trey Supak + (AA) 2020
7.) CF Carlos Rodriguez + (Rk) 2022
8.) 3B Lucas Erceg (AAA) 2020
9.) 1B Jake Gatewood + (AAA) 2020
10.) SS Mauricio Dubon + (AAA) 2019
11.) LF Troy Stokes, Jr. (AAA) 2020
12.) RHP Marcos Diplan + (AA) 2020
13.) RF Trent Grisham - (AA) 2020
14.) RHP Braden Webb + (AA) 2020
15.) CF Larry Ernesto + (Rk) 2022
16.) CF Micah Bello + (Rk) 2023
17.) LHP Aaron Ashby + (A+) 2021
18.) C Jacob Nottingham + (AAA/MLB) 2018
19.) LF Je'Von Ward + (A) 2022
20.) RHP Caden Lemons + (A) 2022
21.) RHP Dylan File + (A+) 2021
22.) CF Tyrone Taylor + (AAA) 2019
23.) C Mario Feliciano - (A+) 2021
24.) RHP Max Lazar + (A) 2022
25.) SS Yeison Coca + (A) 2022
26.) CF Joe Gray, Jr. (Rk) 2023
27.) RHP Thomas Jankins + (AAA) 2020
28.) C Payton Henry + (A+) 2021
29.) CF Eduarqi Fernandez (FRk) 2024
30.) RHP Adrian Houser + (AAA/MLB) 2015
31.) 3B Chad McClanahan + (A) 2022
32.) RHP Christian Taugner + (AA) 2021
33.) 3B Branlyn Jaraba (FRk) 2024
34.) RHP Cody Ponce - (AAA) 2020
35.) CF Pablo Abreu + (A) 2022
36.) C Andres Melendez + (Rk) 2023
37.) SS Eduardo Garcia (FRk) 2024
38.) LHP Quintin Torres-Costa + (Out for all of 2019- TJ, 40-man roster spot) 2020
39.) SS Luis Aviles, Jr. + (AA) 2021
40.) LHP Nathan Kirby - (AA) 2021
41.) 2B Nate Orf + (AAA) 2018
42.) RHP Miguel Sanchez + (AAA) 2019
43.) 1B Weston Wilson + (AAA) 2020
44.) C Cooper Hummel + (AA) 2020
45.) RHP Phil Bickford - (AA) 2021
46.) RHP Aaron Wilkerson (AAA/MLB) 2017
47.) LHP Wilfred Salaman + (A+) 2022
48.) RHP Carlos Herrera - (A) 2022
49.) LF Joantgel Segovia + (A+) 2021
50.) RHP Nate Griep + (AAA) 2019
51.) 2B Tucker Neuhaus (AA) 2021
52.) RHP Devin Williams - (A+) 2021
53.) LF LG Castillo + (A) 2022
54.) RHP Bowden Francis + (A+) 2021
55.) RHP Michele Vassalotti + (Rk) 2022
56.) RHP Bubba Derby (AAA) 2019
57.) LHP Brendan Murphy (Rk) 2022
58.) RHP Justin Jarvis (A) 2022
59.) C David Fry + (A+) 2021
60.) LHP Cam Roegner + (AAA) 2019
61.) LHP Angel Perdomo (A+) 2021
62.) RHP Reese Olson (Rk) 2023
63.) CF Jesus Lujano + (A) 2022
64.) RHP Drew Rasmussen (Rk) 2021
65.) 3B Dallas Carroll + (AA) 2021
66.) LHP Daniel Brown + (AA) 2020
67.) RHP Leoner Colina + (Rk AZL) 2024
68.) LHP Scott Sunitsch + (A) 2022
69.) CF Erys Bautista (FRk) 2024
70.) RHP J.T. Hintzen + (A+) 2021
71.) LHP Clayton Andrews + (A+) 2021
72.) SS Jess Williams + (Rk) 2023
73.) RHP Carlos Luna + (Rk) 2023
74.) SS Angel Ortega - (Restricted List for all of 2018- status unknown) 2021
75.) LHP Blake Lillis (A) 2023
76.) 3B Nick Egnatuk (Rk) 2023
77.) RHP Victor Castaneda (A) 2022
78.) RHP Justin Bullock (A) 2023
79.) 2B Blake Allemand (AA) 2021
80.) RHP Lun Zhao + (Rk) 2023
81.) 3B Eddie Silva + (A) 2022
82.) RHP Jon Olczak + (AAA) 2019
83.) LHP Michael Mediavilla + (A) 2022
84.) RHP Henry Medina + (Rk AZL) 2024
85.) C Max McDowell (AA) 2021
86.) RHP Conor Harber (AAA) 2020
87.) 1B Ernesto Martinez, Jr. - (Rk) 2023
88.) RHP Rodrigo Benoit (A+) 2022
89.) RHP Luke Barker + (AA) 2021
90.) LF Oswel Leones + (Rk AZL) 2024
91.) RHP Wilber Diaz + (Rk AZL) 2025
92.) 1B Gabriel Garcia - (A) 2023
93.) SS Antonio Pinero + (Rk) 2024
94.) RHP Joey Matulovich + (A) 2023
95.) 2B Edwin Sano + (Rk) 2023
96.) RF Alwinson Valdez + (Rk) 2024
97.) RHP Tristan Archer - (AAA) 2019
98.) C Alex Hall (Rk) 2024
99.) RHP Nash Walters - (Rk) 2023
100.) CF Ryan Aguilar (AA) 2021


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Posted: November 14, 2018, 4:16 PM Post
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LouisEly said:
Surprised the number of lists so far without Braden Webb.




Great point. Initially his High A ERA got me but you’re right, on a deeper dive he’s got some good deeper stats and upside. He could be a nice weapon out of the pen at a minimum and with his tools you never know. I updated my list based on your comment. Thanks.


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Posted: November 14, 2018, 6:48 PM Post
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Location: Milwaukee
1 - Hiura
2 - Turang
3 - Brown
4 - Ray
5 - Lutz
6 - Dubon
7 - Erceg
8 - Nottingham
9 - Supak
10 - Houser
11 - Gray
12 - Kirby
13 - Grisham
14 - Diplan
15 - Bickford
16 - Webb
17 - Ashby
18 - Ponce
19 - Rodriguez
20 - Stokes
21 - Gatewood
22 - Henry
23 - Feliciano
24 - Fry
25 - Andrews


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Posted: November 15, 2018, 10:11 PM Post
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Oxy said:
1. Keston Hiura

2. Zack Brown
3. Aa. Ashby

4. Maurice Dubon
5. Brice Turang

6. Payton Henry
7. Adrian Houser

8. T. Lutz

9. Corey Ray
10. Luke Erceg
11. Marc Diplan

12. Jake Notwood
13. Jake Gatingham

14. Stokes
15. Supak
16. Ponce
17. Webb

18. Ernesto
19. Rodriguez
20. Gray
21. Bello
22. Ward
23. Garcia
24. Fernandez

25. Feliciano

EDIT: I meant to put my first list in the transactions forum, my second list into the Majors forum and my 3rd list into the Minors forum. This is all quite confusing.

(Note: I've always assumed that there are people on this site who actually have valid opinions about this sort of thing, and there are many, many more who are more like myself. I feel like us in the latter category should get more like 3/5ths of a vote or something.)

Oxy, what Garcia are you referring to with vote #23? I'm guessing Eduardo Garcia, but would you clarify as there are other Garcias in the Brewer org. Thanks.


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Posted: November 16, 2018, 6:51 AM Post
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Austin Tatious said:
LouisEly said:
Surprised the number of lists so far without Braden Webb.




Great point. Initially his High A ERA got me but you’re right, on a deeper dive he’s got some good deeper stats and upside. He could be a nice weapon out of the pen at a minimum and with his tools you never know. I updated my list based on your comment. Thanks.


I thought it over some, but some pitchers either had better performance, had what I consider a higher ceiling, or in some cases, a higher floor. Scott Sunitsch, for instance, really has me excited in terms of the rotation, and I see couple of relievers (Andrews, Olczak) who could become new versions of Hader, although I salivate over the thought of Andrews stretching out as a starter. I know he's only 5'6", practically Tyrion Lannister in terms of MLB players, but I think he could be a real good initial out-getter.


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Posted: November 17, 2018, 9:04 PM Post
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1. Keston Huira: seems so obvious, I just wonder about that arm/elbow
2. Brice Turang: I’m betting his “no one standout tool” equals a well balanced major leaguer
3. Tristan Lutz: this guy owns the warning track with his line drives; when he adds a few feet they’ll be banging off the wall, another few feet and they’re over the fence
4. Lucas Erceg: when he finds consistency we can all get excited
5. Zack Brown: solid end of the rotation guy
6. Payton Henry: love this guy’s game, lithe, a little whip in his bat, another Lucroy?
7. Jacob Nottingham: health please
8. Adrian Houser: another reliever in the pipeline, it seems like we’re really starting to stockpile bullpen and catchers
9. Trey Supak: seems like he’s got more in his trunk than Brown, but maybe not the make up—why does he seem fragile to me?
10. Corey Ray: I hope I’m wrong, there’s a reason I’m not a talent scout, but nothing about him gives me hope for anything other than an athletic back up, maybe
11. Chad McClanahan: seems so teachable
12. Jake Gatewood
13. Mauricio Dubon: don’t like that injury given he’s probably got to maximize every attribute he’s got
14. Aaron Ashby: another 3,4,5 with a potential ko breaking ball, loved watching him in person, really composed
15. Je’Von Ward: here’s hoping for that rangy, medium power, base stealer who can play both corners well
16. Pablo Abreu
17. Cody Ponce
18. David Fry
19. Braden Webb
20. Caden Lemons
21. Carlos Rodriquez
22. Mario Feliciano
23. Justin Jarvis
24. Joe Gray
25. Marcos Diplan


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Posted: November 18, 2018, 12:33 PM Post
Posts: 383
Clemente’s Dream said:
1. Keston Huira: seems so obvious, I just wonder about that arm/elbow
2. Brice Turang: I’m betting his “no one standout tool” equals a well balanced major leaguer
3. Tristan Lutz: this guy owns the warning track with his line drives; when he adds a few feet they’ll be banging off the wall, another few feet and they’re over the fence
4. Lucas Erceg: when he finds consistency we can all get excited
5. Zack Brown: solid end of the rotation guy
6. Payton Henry: love this guy’s game, lithe, a little whip in his bat, another Lucroy?
7. Jacob Nottingham: health please
8. Adrian Houser: another reliever in the pipeline, it seems like we’re really starting to stockpile bullpen and catchers
9. Trey Supak: seems like he’s got more in his trunk than Brown, but maybe not the make up—why does he seem fragile to me?
10. Corey Ray: I hope I’m wrong, there’s a reason I’m not a talent scout, but nothing about him gives me hope for anything other than an athletic back up, maybe
11. Chad McClanahan: seems so teachable
12. Jake Gatewood
13. Mauricio Dubon: don’t like that injury given he’s probably got to maximize every attribute he’s got
14. Aaron Ashby: another 3,4,5 with a potential ko breaking ball, loved watching him in person, really composed
15. Je’Von Ward: here’s hoping for that rangy, medium power, base stealer who can play both corners well
16. Pablo Abreu
17. Cody Ponce
18. David Fry
19. Braden Webb
20. Caden Lemons
21. Carlos Rodriquez
22. Mario Feliciano
23. Justin Jarvis
24. Joe Gray
25. Marcos Diplan


This is one of the better ones I've seen. I'm too lazy to do one myself, but I'd have Lutz, Z Brown, and Turang 2-4 in that order. I love the Brewers top 4 with those 3 and Hiura. I think you have Ray and Dubon more appropriately placed than most who have them too high. I'd bump Gray higher than you have him as well. Overall, nice list.


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Posted: November 19, 2018, 9:44 PM Post
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Yeah, I hear you about Gray. I felt a little guilty rating him that low, but it’s just a personal prejudice. He’s off the charts physically and he can’t hit the ball. If he hits eventually, he’s an absolute monster and I’m ecstatic to be wrong.


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Posted: November 19, 2018, 11:05 PM Post
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ARobsBrewCrew said:
Trending, Expected Level, ETA (Best Case Scenario)
1.) 2B Keston Hiura + (AAA) 2019
2.) RHP Zack Brown + (AAA) 2019
3.) CF Corey Ray + (AAA) 2020
4.) SS Brice Turang + (A) 2022
5.) CF Tristen Lutz + (A+) 2021
6.) RHP Trey Supak + (AA) 2020
7.) CF Carlos Rodriguez + (Rk) 2022
8.) 3B Lucas Erceg (AAA) 2020
9.) 1B Jake Gatewood + (AAA) 2020
10.) SS Mauricio Dubon + (AAA) 2019
11.) LF Troy Stokes, Jr. (AAA) 2020
12.) RHP Marcos Diplan + (AA) 2020
13.) RF Trent Grisham - (AA) 2020
14.) RHP Braden Webb + (AA) 2020
15.) CF Larry Ernesto + (Rk) 2022
16.) CF Micah Bello + (Rk) 2023
17.) LHP Aaron Ashby + (A+) 2021
18.) C Jacob Nottingham + (AAA/MLB) 2018
19.) LF Je'Von Ward + (A) 2022
20.) RHP Caden Lemons + (A) 2022
21.) RHP Dylan File + (A+) 2021
22.) CF Tyrone Taylor + (AAA) 2019
23.) C Mario Feliciano - (A+) 2021
24.) RHP Max Lazar + (A) 2022
25.) SS Yeison Coca + (A) 2022
26.) CF Joe Gray, Jr. (Rk) 2023
27.) RHP Thomas Jankins + (AAA) 2020
28.) C Payton Henry + (A+) 2021
29.) CF Eduarqi Fernandez (FRk) 2024
30.) RHP Adrian Houser + (AAA/MLB) 2015
31.) 3B Chad McClanahan + (A) 2022
32.) RHP Christian Taugner + (AA) 2021
33.) 3B Branlyn Jaraba (FRk) 2024
34.) RHP Cody Ponce - (AAA) 2020
35.) CF Pablo Abreu + (A) 2022
36.) C Andres Melendez + (Rk) 2023
37.) SS Eduardo Garcia (FRk) 2024
38.) LHP Quintin Torres-Costa + (Out for all of 2019- TJ, 40-man roster spot) 2020
39.) SS Luis Aviles, Jr. + (AA) 2021
40.) LHP Nathan Kirby - (AA) 2021
41.) 2B Nate Orf + (AAA) 2018
42.) RHP Miguel Sanchez + (AAA) 2019
43.) 1B Weston Wilson + (AAA) 2020
44.) C Cooper Hummel + (AA) 2020
45.) RHP Phil Bickford - (AA) 2021
46.) RHP Aaron Wilkerson (AAA/MLB) 2017
47.) LHP Wilfred Salaman + (A+) 2022
48.) RHP Carlos Herrera - (A) 2022
49.) LF Joantgel Segovia + (A+) 2021
50.) RHP Nate Griep + (AAA) 2019
51.) 2B Tucker Neuhaus (AA) 2021
52.) RHP Devin Williams - (A+) 2021
53.) LF LG Castillo + (A) 2022
54.) RHP Bowden Francis + (A+) 2021
55.) RHP Michele Vassalotti + (Rk) 2022
56.) RHP Bubba Derby (AAA) 2019
57.) LHP Brendan Murphy (Rk) 2022
58.) RHP Justin Jarvis (A) 2022
59.) C David Fry + (A+) 2021
60.) LHP Cam Roegner + (AAA) 2019
61.) LHP Angel Perdomo (A+) 2021
62.) RHP Reese Olson (Rk) 2023
63.) CF Jesus Lujano + (A) 2022
64.) RHP Drew Rasmussen (Rk) 2021
65.) 3B Dallas Carroll + (AA) 2021
66.) LHP Daniel Brown + (AA) 2020
67.) RHP Leoner Colina + (Rk AZL) 2024
68.) LHP Scott Sunitsch + (A) 2022
69.) CF Erys Bautista (FRk) 2024
70.) RHP J.T. Hintzen + (A+) 2021
71.) LHP Clayton Andrews + (A+) 2021
72.) SS Jess Williams + (Rk) 2023
73.) RHP Carlos Luna + (Rk) 2023
74.) SS Angel Ortega - (Restricted List for all of 2018- status unknown) 2021
75.) LHP Blake Lillis (A) 2023
76.) 3B Nick Egnatuk (Rk) 2023
77.) RHP Victor Castaneda (A) 2022
78.) RHP Justin Bullock (A) 2023
79.) 2B Blake Allemand (AA) 2021
80.) RHP Lun Zhao + (Rk) 2023
81.) 3B Eddie Silva + (A) 2022
82.) RHP Jon Olczak + (AAA) 2019
83.) LHP Michael Mediavilla + (A) 2022
84.) RHP Henry Medina + (Rk AZL) 2024
85.) C Max McDowell (AA) 2021
86.) RHP Conor Harber (AAA) 2020
87.) 1B Ernesto Martinez, Jr. - (Rk) 2023
88.) RHP Rodrigo Benoit (A+) 2022
89.) RHP Luke Barker + (AA) 2021
90.) LF Oswel Leones + (Rk AZL) 2024
91.) RHP Wilber Diaz + (Rk AZL) 2025
92.) 1B Gabriel Garcia - (A) 2023
93.) SS Antonio Pinero + (Rk) 2024
94.) RHP Joey Matulovich + (A) 2023
95.) 2B Edwin Sano + (Rk) 2023
96.) RF Alwinson Valdez + (Rk) 2024
97.) RHP Tristan Archer - (AAA) 2019
98.) C Alex Hall (Rk) 2024
99.) RHP Nash Walters - (Rk) 2023
100.) CF Ryan Aguilar (AA) 2021

Welcome, ARobsBrewCrew, to the Board. Quite the first post. Well done.


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Offline  Re: BF.net Fan Community Top 25 Prospects Poll - 2018 Post-Season Edition - Voting is now open
#37

Posted: November 19, 2018, 11:20 PM Post
Posts: 3868
Clemente’s Dream said:
Yeah, I hear you about Gray. I felt a little guilty rating him that low, but it’s just a personal prejudice. He’s off the charts physically and he can’t hit the ball. If he hits eventually, he’s an absolute monster and I’m ecstatic to be wrong.


Gray has shown some OBP skills (18 BB vs. 77 ABs), but there's obviously holes in the swing (25 K in 77 AB).


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Offline  Re: BF.net Fan Community Top 25 Prospects Poll - 2018 Post-Season Edition - Voting is now open
#38

Posted: November 20, 2018, 6:48 PM Post
Posts: 42
1. Keston Hiura
2. Corey Ray
3. Brice Turang
4. Zach Brown
5. Lucas Erceg
6. Tristen Lutz
7. Mauricio Dubon
8. Troy Stokes
9. Trey Supek
10. Jacob Nottingham
11. Carlos Rodriguez
12. Aaron Ashby
13. Braden Webb
14. Marcos Diplan
15. Joe Gray
16. Payton Henry
17. Jake Gatewood
18. Adrian Houser
19. Trent Grisham
20. Tyrone Taylor
21. Mario Feliciano
22. Chad McClanahan
23. Larry Ernesto
24. Micah Bello
25. Michael Mediavilla
26. JeVon Ward
27. Caden Lemons
28. Devin Williams
29. Nate Kirby
30. Yeison Coca


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Offline  Re: BF.net Fan Community Top 25 Prospects Poll - 2018 Post-Season Edition - Voting is now open
#39

Posted: November 22, 2018, 7:03 AM Post
Posts: 1
1-Keston Hiura
2-Brice Turang
3-Zack Brown
4-Corey Ray
5-Lusas Erceg
6-Braden Webb
7-Trisen Lutz
8-Trey Supak
9-Aaron Ashby
10-Jacob Nottingham
11-Maucio Dubon
12-Adrian Houser
13-Payton Henry
14-Troy Stokes jr
15-Marcus Diplan
16-Carlos Rodriguez
17-Mario Feliciono
18-Devin Williams
19-Trent Grisham
20-Jack Gatewood
21-Tyrone Taylor
22-JeVon Ward
23-Caden Lemons
24-Quintin Torres-Costa
25-Bowden Francis


26-Cody Ponce
27-Joe Gray
28-Jon Olczak
29-Micah Bello
30-Chad MaClannhan


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Offline  Re: BF.net Fan Community Top 25 Prospects Poll - 2018 Post-Season Edition - Voting is now open
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Posted: November 22, 2018, 9:35 AM Post
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True Blue Brew Crew said:
This is one of the better ones I've seen. I'm too lazy to do one myself, but I'd have Lutz, Z Brown, and Turang 2-4 in that order. I love the Brewers top 4 with those 3 and Hiura. I think you have Ray and Dubon more appropriately placed than most who have them too high. I'd bump Gray higher than you have him as well. Overall, nice list.

It depends on what you value and relative value. Ray could be higher on some lists simply because they aren't as high on the others, and one of the problems with rank is that it doesn't tell you distance. Rank order is about relative value and they have to place someone at that spot.

Some people make these lists simply on upside. Others place more weight on risk or distance from majors. I personally give more weight to production at AA or above, and will rate guys at AA/AAA who may only project to be bench/bullpen guys higher than DSL/rookie/low-A guys who have a higher upside but high risk and mediocre production; I've seen too many guys flame out at AA (or even A+) to get real excited about the upside of HS draft picks or high bonus international signings. The Brewers don't have a strong track record of developing either (Lara, Grisham, Walters, Medeiros, Gatewood, Harrison, Devin Williams, Neuhaus, Coulter, Tyrone Taylor, etc.). I also give more weight to how difficult it is to find good players at that position (C, SS, 3B I value more than corner OF, 1B, 2B).

This isn't the place to debate individual prospects, but despite Lutz being younger, looking at stats (K%, BB%, wRC, wOBA, ISO) and factoring in level of competition (AA vs. low-A) and defensive value (Ray has a chance to stick at CF whereas Lutz is a corner OF), it's not unreasonable at all to rank Ray higher than Lutz, depending on what people value.


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