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Posted: November 23, 2018, 10:46 AM Post
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LouisEly said:
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.


I had Ray higher than Lutz, largely because he did seem to put it all together and was at a higher level. I placed Stokes over Ray because Stokes has been at a very solid performance level over two seasons (Ray just has 2018).

That said, Medeiros and Harrison both seemed to be putting it together when they were traded. Taylor and Gatewood also have been putting it together, albeit both were delayed by injury. Grisham could still put it together.


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Posted: November 23, 2018, 3:18 PM Post
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Harrison - so far - has struggled big time with the jump to AA. 37% K rate this past season, only 7.5% BB rate, and a somewhat generous (but not egregious) BABIP. Thus why I give more weight to production at AA or above - the jump from A to AA is arguably the biggest jump from level to level perhaps with the exception of AAA to the majors.


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Posted: November 24, 2018, 12:10 AM Post
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Harrison - so far - has struggled big time with the jump to AA. 37% K rate this past season, only 7.5% BB rate, and a somewhat generous (but not egregious) BABIP. Thus why I give more weight to production at AA or above - the jump from A to AA is arguably the biggest jump from level to level perhaps with the exception of AAA to the majors.


He's a great athlete, but is he a baseball player?

I think he'll be a poor man's version of Keon Broxton.


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Posted: November 24, 2018, 8:03 PM Post
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1. Keston Hiura 2B
2. Zack Brown RHP
3. Jacob Nottingham C
4. Lucas Erceg 3B
5. Tristen Lutz OF
6. Trey Supak RHP
7. Marcos Diplan RHP
8. Corey Ray OF
9. Troy Stokes OF
10. Jake Gatewood 1B
11. Brice Turang SS
12. Cameron Roegner LHP
13. Tyrone Taylor OF
14. Payton Henry C
15. Luis Aviles Jr 2B/SS
16. Cody Ponce RHP
17. Maurico Dubon SS
18. Trent Grisham OF
19. Weston Wilson 1B/OF
20. Carlos Rodriguez OF
21. Mich Bello OF
22. Jake Hager SS
23. QTC LHP
24. Cooper Hummel DH
25. Nate Griep RHP
26. Jon Olczak RHP
27. JT Hintzen
28. Nate Orf 2B


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Posted: November 26, 2018, 9:18 AM Post
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1. Hiura
2. Brown, Z.
3. Turang
4. Ray
5. Lutz
6. Erceg
7. Supak
8. Gray
9. Nottingham
10. Dubon
11. Stokes
12. Ashby
13. Houser
14. Gatewood
15. Diplan
16. Henry
17. Webb
18. Grisham
19. Harber
20. Lemons
21. Ward
22. Bello
23. Rodriquez, C.
24. Fernandez, E.
25. Garcia, E.
26. Wilson, W.


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Posted: November 26, 2018, 4:58 PM Post
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I've been thinking for a while that SomewhereInTime is the Dr. Jeckyll/evil twin of clancyphile. Now I'm convinced.


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Posted: November 26, 2018, 6:49 PM Post
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How so?


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Posted: November 26, 2018, 9:39 PM Post
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Voting ends soon. Get your ballot in now!


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Posted: November 27, 2018, 8:41 AM Post
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1 Keston Hiura
2 Corey Ray
3 Brice Turang
4 Zack Brown
5 Tristen Lutz
6 Mauricio Dubon
7 Troy Stokes Jr
8 Jacob Nottingham
9 Trey Supak
10 Adrian Houser
11 Lucas Erceg
12 Mario Feliciano
13 Marcos Diplan
14 Aaron Ashby
15 Jake Gatewood
16 Joe Gray
17 Carlos Rodriguez
18 Trent Grisham
19 Je’Von Ward
20 Cody Ponce
21 Larry Ernesto
22 Jon Olczak
23 Payton Henry
24 Braden Webb
25 Tyrone Taylor
26 Chad McClanahan
27 Caden Lemons
28 Joantgel Segovia
29 Micah Bello
30 Eddie Silva
31 QTC
32 Alex Hall


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Posted: November 27, 2018, 10:56 AM Post
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1. Keston Hiura
2. Tristen Lutz
3. Corey Ray
4. Zach Brown
5. Brice Turang
6. Aaron Ashby
7. Mauricio Dubon
8. Carlos Rodriguez
9. Je’Von Ward
10. Braden Webb
11. Payton Henry
12. Joe Gray
13. Joey Matulovich
14. Trey Supak
15. Troy Stokes
16. Lucas Erceg
17. Jacob Nottingham
18. Pablo Abreu
19. Max Lazar
20. Micah Bello
21. Caden Lemons
22. Jake Gatewood
23. Quintin Torres-Costa
24. Tyrone Taylor
25. Marcos Diplan

*** Edited to add my oversight on Joey Matulovich.


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Here's my top what turned out to be 113. The prospects are grouped by OFP, which is based on scouting reports and adjusted for risk level, age relative to league, defense, and a number of production metrics. I tried to stay out of the way of the data as much as possible so no one got any special adjustments - if I made a change to any of the formulas, the change was made globally. If I don't have a scouting report from an outside source and I haven't seen the player myself, the player got a max base OFP of 35. Statistical adjustments were made based on both current year and 3-year production timeframes.

If you're unaware, OFP stands for Overall Future Potential and is more or less synonymous with FV (Future Value). It's a player's scouting grades condensed into one catch-all future potential grade. I would call a grade of anything less than 35 an organizational player, so players with OFPs of 30 and under are not included here. These OFP grades are fluid, though. Players move between 30, 35, and 40 pretty regularly.

Let's go:

----------65 OFP Players----------
001. Keston Hiura, 2B, Biloxi

----------60 OFP Players----------
-none-

----------55 OFP Players----------
002. Troy Stokes Jr., LF, Biloxi
003. Tristen Lutz, RF, Wisconsin
004. Mauricio Dubon, SS, San Antonio
005. Brice Turang, SS, Colorado Springs

----------50 OFP Players----------
006. Corey Ray, CF, Biloxi
007. Lucas Erceg, 3B, Biloxi
008. Zack Brown, RHSP, Biloxi
009. Trent Grisham, OF, Biloxi

----------45 OFP Players----------
010. Carlos Rodriguez, CF, AZL
011. Jacob Nottingham, C, San Antonio
012. Trey Supak, RHSP, Biloxi
013. Micah Bello, CF, AZL
014. Andres Melendez, C, AZL
015. Braden Webb, RHSP, Biloxi
016. Joe Gray, CF, AZL
017. Jake Gatewood, 1B, Biloxi
018. Marcos Diplan, RHSP, Biloxi
019. Aaron Ashby, LHSP, Wisconsin
020. Joey Matulovich, RHSP, Colorado Springs
021. Cody Ponce, RHSP, Biloxi
022. Tyrone Taylor, CF, San Antonio
023. Miguel Sanchez, RHRP, Biloxi
024. Adrian Houser, RHSP, San Antonio

----------40 OFP Players----------
025. Max Lazar, RHSP, Colorado Springs
026. Tom Jankins, RHSP, Biloxi
027. Quintin Torres-Costa, LHRP, San Antonio
028. Larry Ernesto, OF, DSL
029. Eduarqui Fernandez, OF, DSL
030. Lun Zhao, RHSP, Colorado Springs
031. Nate Kirby, LHSP, Carolina
032. Pablo Abreu, CF, Colorado Springs
033. Cody Beckman, LHRP, Carolina
034. Payton Henry, C, Wisconsin
035. Logan Gillaspie, RHRP, Colorado Springs
036. Max McDowell, C, Biloxi
037. Ernesto Martinez, 1B, AZL
038. Je'Von Ward, OF, Colorado Springs
039. Caden Lemons, RHSP, Colorado Springs
040. Phil Bickford, RHRP, Carolina
041. Justin Jarvis, RHSP, AZL
042. David Fry, C, Wisconsin
043. Antonio Pinero, SS, Colorado Springs
044. Wes Wilson, INF, Biloxi
045. Clayton Andrews, LHRP, Wisconsin
046. Mario Feliciano, C, Carolina
047. J.T. Hintzen, RHSP, Wisconsin
048. Jon Olczak, RHRP, Biloxi
049. Tucker Neuhaus, INF, Carolina
050. Cam Robinson, RHSP, AZL
051. Devin Williams, RHSP, Carolina
052. Jose Sibrian, C, Colorado Springs
053. Eduardo Garcia, SS, DSL
054. Robbie Hitt, RHRP, Wisconsin
055. Gabriel Garcia, 3B/1B, Wisconsin
056. Nick Egnatuk, 3B, Colorado Springs
057. Eddie Silva, INF, Wisconsin
058. Jesus Lujano, OF, Colorado Springs
059. Dylan File, RHSP, Wisconsin
060. Edwin Sano, 2B, AZL
061. Chad McClanahan, 1B, Wisconsin
062. Korry Howell, SS, AZL
063. Brendan Murphy, LHSP, AZL

----------35 OFP Players----------
064. Branlyn Jaraba, 3B, DSL
065. Michele Vassalotti, RHSP, Colorado Springs
066. Cooper Hummel, OF/C, Carolina
067. Nate Orf, INF, San Antonio
068. Franklin Hernandez, RHSP, Colorado Springs
069. Michael Mediavilla, LHRP, Colorado Springs
070. Erys Bautista, 1B, DSL
071. Carlos Herrera, RHSP, Wisconsin
072. Yeison Coca, INF, Colorado Springs
073. Aaron Familia, 3B/1B, AZL
074. Jake Hager, INF, San Antonio
075. Nattino Diplan, RHSP, Biloxi
076. Daniel Castillo, SS, DSL
077. Jayson Rose, RHSP, Wisconsin
078. Luis Aviles Jr., SS, Biloxi
079. Brady Schanuel, RHRP, AZL
080. Austin Rubick, RHRP, Colorado Springs
081. Rob Henry, OF, Carolina
082. Daniel Brown, LHRP, Carolina
083. Nate Griep, RHRP, Biloxi
084. Nash Walters, RHSP, AZL
085. Luke Barker, RHRP, Carolina
086. Aaron Wilkerson, RHSP, San Antonio
087. Francis Florentino, OF, AZL
088. Karlos Morales, LHSP, AZL
089. Robie Rojas, C, Carolina
090. Tristan Archer, RHRP, San Antonio
091. Alec Kenilvort, RHRP, Carolina
092. Pat McInerney, 1B, Carolina
093. Joantgel Segovia, OF, Carolina
094. Bowden Francis, RHSP, Carolina
095. Jesus Chirinos, C, DSL
096. Dallas Carroll, INF, Carolina
097. Alwinson Valdez, OF, DSL
098. Drew Rasmussen, RHRP, AZL
099. Nate Rodriguez, C, Carolina
100. Leoner Colina, RHSP, DSL
101. Wilfred Salaman, LHSP, Wisconsin
102. Brayan Salaya, RHSP, AZL
103. Santiago Elizondo, RHSP, DSL
104. Bubba Derby, RHSP, San Antonio
105. Conor Harber, RHSP, Biloxi
106. Oswel Leones, OF, DSL
107. Peter Strzelecki, RHRP, Colorado Springs
108. Victor Vargas, 2B, DSL
109. LG Castillo, OF, Colorado Springs
110. Wilber Diaz, RHSP, DSL
111. Tate Budnick, RHRP, Colorado Springs
112. Nic Pierre, OF, Wisconsin
113. Jose Alberro, LHRP, DSL


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#52

Posted: November 27, 2018, 6:03 PM Post
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1. Hiura
2. Z.Brown
3. Turang
4. Ray
5. Lutz
6. Supak
7. Stokes
8. Erceg
9. Dubon
10. Nottingham
11. Ashby
12. Henry
13. Webb
14. Houser
15. QTC
16. McClanahan
17. Gray
18. Feliciano
19. Bello
20. Jankins
21. Derby
22. Ponce
23. Ward
24. Rodriguez
25. Ernesto

I wish I was more excited about this group past the top 3. Hopefully there will be some big years in 2019.


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Posted: November 27, 2018, 6:39 PM Post
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1. Keston Hiura
2. Zack Brown
3. Brice Turang
4. Corey Ray
5. Mauricio Dubon
6. Trey Supak
7. Aaron Ashby
8. Marcos Diplan
9. Tristen Lutz
10. Jacob Nottingham
11. Braden Webb
12. Troy Stokes
13. Lucas Erceg
14. Tyrone Taylor
15. Payton Henry
16. Je'Von Ward
17. Carlos Rodriguez
18. Joey Matulovich
19. Aaron Wilkerson
20. Adrian Houser
21. Jon Olczak
22. Pablo Abreu
23. Joe Gray
24. Andres Melendez
25. Miguel Sanchez


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Posted: November 27, 2018, 7:58 PM Post
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Location: Portland, OR
1. Keston Hiura
2. Tristen Lutz
3. Brice Turang
4. Corey Ray
5. Jake Gatewood
6. Micah Bello
7. Trey Supak
8. Lucas Erceg
9. Zack Brown
10. Mauricio Dubon
11. Pablo Abreu
12. Payton Henry
13. Aaron Ashby
14. Carlos Rodriguez
15. Troy Stokes
16. LG Castillo
17. Joe Gray
18. Jacob Nottingham
19. Je’Von Ward
20. Marcos Diplan
21. Branlyn Jaraba
22. Wes Wilson
23. Larry Ernesto
24. Quintin Torres-Costa
25. Yeison Coca
26. Wade Beasley
27. Cody Ponce
28. Erys Bautista
29. Nathan Kirby
30. Braden Webb


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Posted: November 27, 2018, 10:16 PM Post
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And That said:
Here's my top what turned out to be 113. The prospects are grouped by OFP, which is based on scouting reports and adjusted for risk level, age relative to league, defense, and a number of production metrics. I tried to stay out of the way of the data as much as possible so no one got any special adjustments - if I made a change to any of the formulas, the change was made globally. If I don't have a scouting report from an outside source and I haven't seen the player myself, the player got a max base OFP of 35. Statistical adjustments were made based on both current year and 3-year production timeframes.

If you're unaware, OFP stands for Overall Future Potential and is more or less synonymous with FV (Future Value). It's a player's scouting grades condensed into one catch-all future potential grade. I would call a grade of anything less than 35 an organizational player, so players with OFPs of 30 and under are not included here. These OFP grades are fluid, though. Players move between 30, 35, and 40 pretty regularly.

Let's go:

095. Jesus Chirinos, C, DSL


You have this new Jesus on your list as well? I look at the numbers, and I put him at #12. Yes it's DSL, but that bat looks special at catcher, and very very good at first base.


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Posted: November 27, 2018, 10:30 PM Post
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And That said:
Here's my top what turned out to be 113.

Show off. [smile]


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Posted: November 27, 2018, 10:34 PM Post
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And That said:
Here's my top what turned out to be 113. The prospects are grouped by OFP, which is based on scouting reports and adjusted for risk level, age relative to league, defense, and a number of production metrics. I tried to stay out of the way of the data as much as possible so no one got any special adjustments - if I made a change to any of the formulas, the change was made globally. If I don't have a scouting report from an outside source and I haven't seen the player myself, the player got a max base OFP of 35. Statistical adjustments were made based on both current year and 3-year production timeframes.

If you're unaware, OFP stands for Overall Future Potential and is more or less synonymous with FV (Future Value). It's a player's scouting grades condensed into one catch-all future potential grade. I would call a grade of anything less than 35 an organizational player, so players with OFPs of 30 and under are not included here. These OFP grades are fluid, though. Players move between 30, 35, and 40 pretty regularly.

Let's go:

----------65 OFP Players----------
001. Keston Hiura, 2B, Biloxi

----------60 OFP Players----------
-none-

----------55 OFP Players----------
002. Troy Stokes Jr., LF, Biloxi
003. Tristen Lutz, RF, Wisconsin
004. Mauricio Dubon, SS, San Antonio
005. Brice Turang, SS, Colorado Springs

----------50 OFP Players----------
006. Corey Ray, CF, Biloxi
007. Lucas Erceg, 3B, Biloxi
008. Zack Brown, RHSP, Biloxi
009. Trent Grisham, OF, Biloxi

----------45 OFP Players----------
010. Carlos Rodriguez, CF, AZL
011. Jacob Nottingham, C, San Antonio
012. Trey Supak, RHSP, Biloxi
013. Micah Bello, CF, AZL
014. Andres Melendez, C, AZL
015. Braden Webb, RHSP, Biloxi
016. Joe Gray, CF, AZL
017. Jake Gatewood, 1B, Biloxi
018. Marcos Diplan, RHSP, Biloxi
019. Aaron Ashby, LHSP, Wisconsin
020. Joey Matulovich, RHSP, Colorado Springs
021. Cody Ponce, RHSP, Biloxi
022. Tyrone Taylor, CF, San Antonio
023. Miguel Sanchez, RHRP, Biloxi
024. Adrian Houser, RHSP, San Antonio

----------40 OFP Players----------
025. Max Lazar, RHSP, Colorado Springs
026. Tom Jankins, RHSP, Biloxi
027. Quintin Torres-Costa, LHRP, San Antonio
028. Larry Ernesto, OF, DSL
029. Eduarqui Fernandez, OF, DSL
030. Lun Zhao, RHSP, Colorado Springs
031. Nate Kirby, LHSP, Carolina
032. Pablo Abreu, CF, Colorado Springs
033. Cody Beckman, LHRP, Carolina
034. Payton Henry, C, Wisconsin
035. Logan Gillaspie, RHRP, Colorado Springs
036. Max McDowell, C, Biloxi
037. Ernesto Martinez, 1B, AZL
038. Je'Von Ward, OF, Colorado Springs
039. Caden Lemons, RHSP, Colorado Springs
040. Phil Bickford, RHRP, Carolina
041. Justin Jarvis, RHSP, AZL
042. David Fry, C, Wisconsin
043. Antonio Pinero, SS, Colorado Springs
044. Wes Wilson, INF, Biloxi
045. Clayton Andrews, LHRP, Wisconsin
046. Mario Feliciano, C, Carolina
047. J.T. Hintzen, RHSP, Wisconsin
048. Jon Olczak, RHRP, Biloxi
049. Tucker Neuhaus, INF, Carolina
050. Cam Robinson, RHSP, AZL
051. Devin Williams, RHSP, Carolina
052. Jose Sibrian, C, Colorado Springs
053. Eduardo Garcia, SS, DSL
054. Robbie Hitt, RHRP, Wisconsin
055. Gabriel Garcia, 3B/1B, Wisconsin
056. Nick Egnatuk, 3B, Colorado Springs
057. Eddie Silva, INF, Wisconsin
058. Jesus Lujano, OF, Colorado Springs
059. Dylan File, RHSP, Wisconsin
060. Edwin Sano, 2B, AZL
061. Chad McClanahan, 1B, Wisconsin
062. Korry Howell, SS, AZL
063. Brendan Murphy, LHSP, AZL

----------35 OFP Players----------
064. Branlyn Jaraba, 3B, DSL
065. Michele Vassalotti, RHSP, Colorado Springs
066. Cooper Hummel, OF/C, Carolina
067. Nate Orf, INF, San Antonio
068. Franklin Hernandez, RHSP, Colorado Springs
069. Michael Mediavilla, LHRP, Colorado Springs
070. Erys Bautista, 1B, DSL
071. Carlos Herrera, RHSP, Wisconsin
072. Yeison Coca, INF, Colorado Springs
073. Aaron Familia, 3B/1B, AZL
074. Jake Hager, INF, San Antonio
075. Nattino Diplan, RHSP, Biloxi
076. Daniel Castillo, SS, DSL
077. Jayson Rose, RHSP, Wisconsin
078. Luis Aviles Jr., SS, Biloxi
079. Brady Schanuel, RHRP, AZL
080. Austin Rubick, RHRP, Colorado Springs
081. Rob Henry, OF, Carolina
082. Daniel Brown, LHRP, Carolina
083. Nate Griep, RHRP, Biloxi
084. Nash Walters, RHSP, AZL
085. Luke Barker, RHRP, Carolina
086. Aaron Wilkerson, RHSP, San Antonio
087. Francis Florentino, OF, AZL
088. Karlos Morales, LHSP, AZL
089. Robie Rojas, C, Carolina
090. Tristan Archer, RHRP, San Antonio
091. Alec Kenilvort, RHRP, Carolina
092. Pat McInerney, 1B, Carolina
093. Joantgel Segovia, OF, Carolina
094. Bowden Francis, RHSP, Carolina
095. Jesus Chirinos, C, DSL
096. Dallas Carroll, INF, Carolina
097. Alwinson Valdez, OF, DSL
098. Drew Rasmussen, RHRP, AZL
099. Nate Rodriguez, C, Carolina
100. Leoner Colina, RHSP, DSL
101. Wilfred Salaman, LHSP, Wisconsin
102. Brayan Salaya, RHSP, AZL
103. Santiago Elizondo, RHSP, DSL
104. Bubba Derby, RHSP, San Antonio
105. Conor Harber, RHSP, Biloxi
106. Oswel Leones, OF, DSL
107. Peter Strzelecki, RHRP, Colorado Springs
108. Victor Vargas, 2B, DSL
109. LG Castillo, OF, Colorado Springs
110. Wilber Diaz, RHSP, DSL
111. Tate Budnick, RHRP, Colorado Springs
112. Nic Pierre, OF, Wisconsin
113. Jose Alberro, LHRP, DSL

No Cameron Roegner?


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Posted: November 27, 2018, 11:21 PM Post
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Nope.

I have Roegner as a 30 OFP, at spot #134. Nestled between Alec Bettinger and Arbert Cipion.


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Posted: November 28, 2018, 8:05 AM Post
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https://www.baseballhq.com/node/6027?org=MIL&year=2019

Here are some free scouting reports on Brewers top prospects. Alec Dopp should be a familiar name to those in the Brewers twitterverse.


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Posted: November 28, 2018, 8:47 AM Post
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Location: Three Lakes, WI
1. Keston Hiura, 2B, Biloxi
2. Zack Brown, RHSP, Biloxi
3. Tristen Lutz, RF, Wisconsin
4. Corey Ray, CF, Biloxi
5. Aaron Ashby, LHSP, Wisconsin
6. Joe Gray, CF, AZL
7. Trey Supak, RHSP, Biloxi
8. Braden Webb, RHSP, Biloxi
9. Brice Turang, SS, Colorado Springs
10. Lucas Erceg, 3B, Biloxi
11. Jacob Nottingham, C, San Antonio
12. Mauricio Dubon, SS, San Antonio
13. Adrian Houser, RHSP, San Antonio
14. Nate Kirby, LHSP, Carolina
15. LG Castillo, OF, Colorado Springs
16. Conor Harber, RHSP, Biloxi
17. Wes Wilson, INF, Biloxi
18. Troy Stokes Jr., LF, Biloxi
19. Drew Rasmussen, RHRP, AZL
20. Jon Olczak, RHRP, Biloxi
21. Trent Grisham, OF, Biloxi
22. Carlos Rodriguez, CF, AZL
23. Micah Bello, CF, AZL
24. Marcos Diplan, RHSP, Biloxi
25. Tyrone Taylor, CF, San Antonio

26. Jake Gatewood, 1B, Biloxi
27. Joey Matulovich, RHSP, Colorado Springs
28. Cody Ponce, RHSP, Biloxi
29. Tom Jankins, RHSP, Biloxi
30. Larry Ernesto, OF, DSL
31. Payton Henry, C, Wisconsin
32. Max McDowell, C, Biloxi
33. Ernesto Martinez, 1B, AZL
34. Je'Von Ward, OF, Colorado Springs
35. Caden Lemons, RHSP, Colorado Springs
36. David Fry, C, Wisconsin
37. Mario Feliciano, C, Carolina
38. Chad McClanahan, 1B, Wisconsin
39. Brendan Murphy, LHSP, AZL
40. Yeison Coca, INF, Colorado Springs
41. Jake Hager, INF, San Antonio
42. Jayson Rose, RHSP, Wisconsin
43. Nash Walters, RHSP, AZL
44. Joantgel Segovia, OF, Carolina
45. Bowden Francis, RHSP, Carolina
46. Bubba Derby, RHSP, San Antonio
47. Tim Dillard, RHRP, San Antonio

I am very high on Zach Brown, Aaron Ashby, Trey Supak and Braden Webb being the next group of young starters who come knocking at the MLB door in the next two seasons. Drew Rasmussen really intrigues me as well. It is my hope that he has better luck than Nate Kirby coming back from his college injury woes. Still have a lot of hope for Kirby, though, too.

I also love Lutz. I think this is the year he establishes himself at a top 25 prospect in all of MLB. The ball jumps off that kid's bat, and he's go a little of that Mike Trout look to him.


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