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Posted: February 08, 2021, 9:58 PM Post
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Sorry everyone I made a mistake and my post contained some content that was subscription based. I’ve removed the post, but given time at some point I’ll try to replace this post with a few notes on the players that were previously listed.


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Please throw out your support for specific players if you want to promote them. This is especially true for the young international players - who many of us (including myself) know little about. This is especially true since we don't have data from last year.

Here are some recent nuggets for guys under consideration mostly outside the current top ten...

Thanks, Eye Black. This was awesome to have.


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Posted: February 08, 2021, 11:53 PM Post
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Since I'm the only one to mention him so far, my reasoning on Israel Puello:

Moderately high dollar signing ($400K-$500K if I remember correctly) with fairly prototypical size and was above 90 as an 18-year-old. I believe only two starting pitchers currently in the Brewers minor league system logged at least 50 IP in 2019 with 10+ K/9 and less than 3 BB/9: Puello and Max Lazar. Had the best K-BB% of qualifying pitchers in the DSL.

Reading Eye Black's list reminded me of one of the things I'm looking forward to this coming season: seeing who from among the next tier of pitching prospects after those who were at the alternate site break through. You've got the Phelps trade trio, Vassalotti, Ramirez, Bennett, Jarvis, Olson, Castaneda, Crawford, Zavalos, etc. Given the sheer number and that the Brewers have seemed to improve at developing pitching in recent years, I have to think a few of them make at least a File/Bettinger type of leap.


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Posted: February 09, 2021, 7:07 AM Post
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Although often overlooked and not highly regarded by the publications...us Georgia fans always pull for our boy Gabe Holt...2019 7th rounder who hit for a combined average of 315 while at the 60 man and instructionals....after only 2 ABs in March before the 2020 shutdown. Always walks softly and quietly until its time to play...


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Posted: February 09, 2021, 8:12 AM Post
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Thank you, Eye Black. Great Info. I rated Quero and Hamilton high. Long way to go, but they profile really well so I gave them good rankings. With Hamilton, from what I’ve read over time is he had a big injury his last year at Texas but might have otherwise been in the conversation for the first round. That’s classic David Stearns taking advantage of a market inefficiency in the eighth round. I think we were all excited in our post draft talk here too.

Maybe I’m a baseball nerd, but with the absence of minor league ball last season, I am especially excited to see how all of our prospects play this year. Info has been so sparse. I hope guys aren’t shaking too much rust off. The first part of the season could be rough.

Our group of Latin players is the largest, most compelling group we’ve ever had IMO. It will still be awhile but playing the odds, hopefully more than our share of guys will emerge. Who knows, maybe in a few years we are looking at Perez in right, Quero at catcher, Parra at third, and a couple of those live arms all in Milwaukee. Our drafting is more inspired and our Latin signings look promising.

We had a dry period in our system for years. Some of it was uninspired drafting. But we didn’t get enough Latin talent. Peralta and Arcia come to mind, but you’d look at good systems at the time and they’d have more juice on their prospect lists from Latin America. We are on our trajectory to that point.

Sorry this is long. But how about the pitching lab and development! We have so many guys with strong upticks in velocity. I was surprised by File in this regard last spring but it’s happening with such stunning frequency that you have to give credit to the organization’s program with pitching.

People want to knock the occasional weird signing but the infrastructure and analysis within the organization has gone sky high under Stearns. For the skeptics, I grant you that guys haven’t proven it. But when we look back in five years, I think our current top 25 will prove to be very good. And keep in mind, I was a big critic of our drafting and development in the past. So this isn’t just me being a homer.


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Posted: February 09, 2021, 4:54 PM Post
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Here's mine. I really couldn't move many due to the lack of a minor-league season. So, adjustments are primarily due to graduations/releases/free agent departures (Supak).

I think Michael Mediavilla's (https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... diav000mic)departure is going to hurt. How Stearns and Company desicded to let a guy with a 0.640 WHIP and sub-1.00 ERA over his career go just boggles the mind.

Here is the list:
1. Cooper Hummel, OF/? (2) - The only two hitters in the Brewers system with higher wRC+ in 2019 were Hiura and Grisham. Could be asset at OF, but would be nice to see what he can do at 1B and C (where he played in the minors). - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... mmel000coo
2. David Fry, C/IF/OF (3) - The bat has held, versatility a huge plus, did well in AFL in 2019. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... y---002dav
3. Dylan File, RHP (4) - Could be the starter to break out in Milwaukee from AAA. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... le--000dyl
4. Aaron Ashby, LHP (5) - Still a very impressive arm, but Sunitsch beat him in some peripherals in 2019. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... hby-001aar
5. Mario Feliciano, C (6) - Huge breakout in 2019, but can he draw walks? - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... lici000mar
6. Scott Sunitsch, LHP (7) - Had a lower BB/9 ratio than Ashby, and matched Ashby in K/9. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... nits000sco
7. Weston Wilson, IF/OF (8) - Versatile and added drawing walks. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... lson001wes
8. Ethan Small, LHP (9) - Very good start, but only 7 games in 2019 - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... all-000eth
9. Clayton Andrews, LHP (11) - Looks like a poor man's Josh Hader with a side of Brooks Kieschnick. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... drew003cla
10. Alec Bettinger, RHP (12) - Could be a solid 3.50-4.00 ERA guy. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... ttin000ale
11. Noah Zavolas, RHP (13) - The Brewers got a right-handed version of Brent Suter in the Domingo Santana trade. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... vola000noa
12. Max Lazar, RHP (14) - Lazar could be an ace, but needs to make it higher up. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... zar-000max
13. Cam Devanney, SS (15) - Has power and OBP skills. Hit for decent average, too. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... vann000cam
14. Bryce Turang, SS (16) - Showed good OBP skills, but 2019 struggles at Carolina cause to worry. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... rang002bri
15. Thomas Dillard, OF/1B/C (17) - OBP skills in abundance, power... but low average. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... llar002tho
16. Jesus Parra, 3B (18) - Like Dillard, good OBP skills, power, but struggles to hit for average. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... rra-001jes
17. Quintin Torres-Costa, LHP (19) - Came back from Tommy John surgery for AFL, could be another poor man's Hader. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... rres000qui
18. Ernesto Wilson Martinez, 1B (20) - Did okay with Rocky Mountain Vibe. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... rtin004ern
19. Ryan Aguilar, OF/1B (22) - Added a hit tool to go with OBP skills, speed and pop in 2019. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... uila000rya
20. Luke Barker, RHP (23) - Didn't get shelled at San Antonio. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... rker000luk
21. Garrett Mitchell, OF (unranked) - No playing time to judge - what will layoff do? - https://www.baseball-reference.com/redi ... _ID=669003
22. Gabriel Garcia, UT (24) - Draw walks, has power, gets plunked, but can't hit for average. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... rcia005gab
23. Angel Perdomo, LHP (25) - Made MLB, but still profiles as a left-handed Derrick Turnbow. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... rdom000ang
24. Aaron Familia, 3B (26) - Some power, but outstanding OBP skills. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... mili000aar
25. Korry Howell, SS/OF (27) - Speed and OBP, also versatility. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... well000kor
26. Zack Brown, RHP (29) - Baby seals meeting Canadian fishermen in the Arctic had better 2019s than Zack. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... own-002zac
27. Victor Casteneda, RHP (NR) - 2019 showed promise in the pen, and a dominant run as a starter in the AFL.
28. Freddy Zamora, SS (unranked) - No playing time last season, and not just because of COVID. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/redi ... _ID=668965
29. Hayden Cantrelle, SS (unranked) - Speed is a plus, a switch-hitter, and versatile. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/redi ... _ID=676463
30. Thomas Jankins, RHP (30 - Didn't get killed at AAA, but not overpowering. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... nkin000tho
31. Anthony Bender, LHP (31) - Made a rapid rise, but need more than 36 innings. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... nder000ant
32. Corey Ray, OF (32) - Was 2018 the fluke? Got 40-man spot. Left-handed Keon Broxton - not bad, but wish for more. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... y---000cor
33. Tyrone Taylor, OF (33) - Made the majors, and was kept over Stokes in 2019. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... ylor000tyr
34. Lucas Erceg, 3B (34) - Time is running out after 2020 pause. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... ceg-000luc
35. Payton Henry, C (35) - Has better OBP skills than Feliciano, but could be odd catcher out between him, Feliciano, and Fry. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... nry-000pay
36. Francisco Gonzalez, IF (36) - Switch hitter, speed, doesn't strike out. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... nzal015fra
37. Oscar Castenada, RHP (37) - Could be an intriguing option if he can jump from DSL to Arizona. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... stan002osc
38. Alex Hall, C (38) - Clock is ticking on prospect from down under. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... ll--000ale
39. Jhonnys Cabrera, C (39) - There is an interesting bat, but a long way from DSL to MLB. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... brer000jho
40. Tristen Lutz, OF (38) - Not sure a .754 OPS from 2019 will cut it - will pause hurt more? - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... tz--000tri


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Posted: February 10, 2021, 1:05 PM Post
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26. Jon Olczak, RHP (28) - Had trouble in AAA in 2019, but many pitchers did. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... czak000jon

As a note, Olczak was released by the Brewers last May.

https://www.mlb.com/player/jon-olczak-6 ... &year=2020

No team - at least according to MLB - has signed him thus far. Perhaps someone else knows more about his situation.


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Posted: February 10, 2021, 7:15 PM Post
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1 Herbert Perez of
2 Garrett Mitchell of
3 Freddy Zamora.ss



5. Aaron Ashby. Sp
6. Max Lazer sp
7. Antoine Kelly sp
8 Bruce Trang ss
9 Mario Feliciano C
10 Eduardo Garcia SS
11 Carlos Rodriguez OF
12 Luis Medina OF
13 Javon Ward CF
14 Corey Ray Of
15 Tristan Lutz OF
16 Ethan Small P
17 Payton Henry C
18 Micah Bello OF
19 Thomas Dillard 1b
20 Zavier Warren c
22 Clayton Andrews. P/SP
23 Jefferson Quero
24 Joey Grey OF
25 Zach Green 3B
26 Isreal Puello P
My thoughts on the list I know I have Small rated lower then most ( and I hope he proves me wrong) but his fast ball speed concerns me ,I know he's has great movement but in the majors ? I really love last years draft ,our pitching is getting better and deeper each year. Edit. I had a player who is not eligible so took him out ,just move everyone up one please.


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Posted: February 11, 2021, 7:51 AM Post
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1 Brice Turang, SS
2 Antonie Kelly LHP
3 Max Lazar, P
4 Zach Brown, RHP
5 Mario Feliciano, C
6 Ethan Small LHP
7 Thomas Jankins RHP
8 Angel Perdoma LHP
9 Aaron Ashby, LHP
10 Lucas Erceg, 3B
11 Justin Jarvis RHP
12 Garrett Mitchell OF
13 Tristen Lutz, OF
14 Dylan File RHP
15 Herbert Perez of
16 Phil Bickford RHP
17 Reese Olson RHP
18 Freddy Zamora SS
19 Carlos Rodriguez OF
20 Micah Bello OF
21 Alexis Ramirez RHP
22 Alec Bettinger RHP
23 Eduardo Garcia SS
24 Nash Walters RHP
25 Braden Webb RHP

26 Payton Henry C
27 Zach Green 3B
28 Corey Ray OF
29 Joe Gray OF
30 Jefferson Quero
31 Luis Medina OF
32 Thomas Dillard 1b
33 Zavier Warren c


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Posted: February 11, 2021, 8:46 AM Post
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reillymcshane said:
clancyphile said:
26. Jon Olczak, RHP (28) - Had trouble in AAA in 2019, but many pitchers did. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... czak000jon

As a note, Olczak was released by the Brewers last May.

https://www.mlb.com/player/jon-olczak-6 ... &year=2020

No team - at least according to MLB - has signed him thus far. Perhaps someone else knows more about his situation.


I could be wrong, but I believe Aaron Familia, Anthony Bender and Francisco Gonzalez also aren't still with the organization.


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Posted: February 11, 2021, 4:25 PM Post
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CheeseheadInQC said:
reillymcshane said:
clancyphile said:
26. Jon Olczak, RHP (28) - Had trouble in AAA in 2019, but many pitchers did. - https://www.baseball-reference.com/regi ... czak000jon

As a note, Olczak was released by the Brewers last May.

https://www.mlb.com/player/jon-olczak-6 ... &year=2020

No team - at least according to MLB - has signed him thus far. Perhaps someone else knows more about his situation.


I could be wrong, but I believe Aaron Familia, Anthony Bender and Francisco Gonzalez also aren't still with the organization.

I checked and you are correct on all three counts.

Thanks for the notice.


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Posted: February 11, 2021, 4:27 PM Post
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Mr Southpaw said:
2 Drew Rassmussen RHP


According to the ground rules, Rasmussen is no longer eligible. I had to look twice, because I thought I may have forgotten a guy that would have been in my top 3 [wink]

Formerly Joey Meyer Bombs


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Posted: February 11, 2021, 4:31 PM Post
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Ron Robinson's Beard said:
Mr Southpaw said:
2 Drew Rassmussen RHP


According to the ground rules, Rasmussen is no longer eligible. I had to look twice, because I thought I may have forgotten a guy that would have been in my top 3 [wink]

Yep, you are correct. A couple of people have put him on lists. This is why I want more than 25 players - for things like this.

Thanks for pointing it out.


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Posted: February 11, 2021, 6:41 PM Post
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1 G. Mitchell
2 Turang
3 E. Small
4 A.Ashby
5 M.Feliciano
6 Lutz
7 A. Kelly
8 F. Zamora
9 H. Perez
10 Ray
11 E. Garcia
12 Carlos Rodriguez
13 D.File
14 T.Taylor
15 P. Henry
16 Bickford
17 Bettinger
18 Z. Brown
19 N. Kahle
20 T. Dillard
21 Z. Warren
22 M. Bello
23 Nick Bennett
24 H. Cantrelle
25 J. Topa
26 N. Zavolas
27 Max Lazar
28 B.Webb
29 Bowden Francis
30 Luis Medina


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Posted: February 13, 2021, 11:23 AM Post
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1. Hedbert Perez | OF
2. Antoine Kelly | LHP
3. Mario Feliciano | C
4. Ethan Small | LHP
5. Garrett Mitchell | OF
6. Aaron Ashby | LHP
7. Eduardo Garcia | SS
8. Brice Turang | 2B/SS
9. Tristen Lutz | OF
10. Freddy Zamora | SS
11. Jackson Chourio | SS
12. Luis Medina | OF
13. Max Lazar | RHP
14. Jesus Parra | 3B/OF
15. Jeferson Quero | C
16. Carlos Rodriguez | OF
17. Zavier Warren | C
18. Hayden Cantrelle | SS
19. Je'Von Ward | OF
20. Dylan File | RHP
21. Payton Henry | C
22. Joe Gray Jr | OF
23. David Hamilton | SS
24. Micah Bello | OF
25. Joey Wiemer | OF


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Posted: February 13, 2021, 11:24 AM Post
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1- G. MITCHELL - OF- mlb top 100
2- B.Turang -IF- mlb top 100

3- A.Kelly -P- plus fastball, developing off speed{Change up} pitches are going coming
4- H.Perez -OF- very young, on everybodies radar
5- E.Small- P- 4 pitch mix , back end of rotation
6- M. Feliciano -C- power , ok D, needs to improve contact
7- F. Zamora - IF- Plus D, good contact

8-A. Ashby-P- Fastball makes his curve work, needs 3rd pitch
9-D. Hamliton-IF-Fast, smooth D, lefthanded hitter good contact not much power
10-J. Quero-C- very young but shows good D and hitting ability contact & gap power

11-C. Rodriguez-OF- small in size, good contact , left handed hitter
12- T.Lutz-OF- he is stiil young but his lack of contact at the plate is not good, big arm
13- E.Garcia -IF- very young, contact hitter
14- M.Bello -OF Very good D ,Ok contact and improving. I read someone said he reminds him of L.Cain

15-A.Bettinger-P- strikeouts are up ,walks are down , velo is a tic up
16-D.Fiile-P- control ,control, control
17-L. Medina-OF-Big power
18-Z. Warren-C,IF-switch hitter defensive home unknown ,good contact hitter

19-C.Ray-OF-strikeouts way to much ,last chance with Brewers
20-J.Brayan-Chourtio-SS,OF-I don"t know much about him but right handed hitter,$1.9mil reasons to put him in top 25
21-H.Cantrelle-IF-swing and miss but walks a lot also, switch hitter ,some power
22-B.Francis- P- Higher strikeout rate in double A with fewer walks ,we will see him at nashville
23-Z.Brown-P-4pitch mix that doesnt have much movement
24-K.Howell -U-Long and lean ,needs some more seasoning right handed hitter
25-Q. Torres-Costa-P- coming back from acl ,Good Luck

26- J.Jarvis-P
27-P.Henry C
28-T.Dillard-OF


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While not loaded with blue chip prospects in the upper levels, I like the depth of the Brewers farm system. There’s a decent mix of high floor/low ceiling types, probable major league contributors, and high upside lottery tickets. And as you’ll see from my list, I absolutely loved the Brewers 2020 Draft.

1. Garrett Mitchell - Clear best prospect in the system in my eyes. Plus hit, run, and defense, with untapped power that may reach major league average. Has the look of a real deal lead off hitter.
2. Freddy Zamora - Missing 2020 with a torn ACL wasn’t as much of a development loss due to the pandemic. Very high defensive ceiling and already has shown good strike zone judgement and ability to work counts in the ACC. Good looking swing with room to grow into 20HR pop.
3. Brice Turang - Ranking based on pedigree and probable floor of major league utility player. Good glove, good base runner, and knows what he’s doing at the plate. He will need to show he can hit the ball with more authority in order for me to see a for sure regular but there is definitely time to do so.
4. Antoine Kelly - The only pitching prospect in the system who you can dream on becoming a front end starter, although he comes with a lot of risk. Will need to develop secondary offerings and better control but reports from fall camp are that he’s already begun making strides in those areas.
5. Mario Feliciano - Looks the part when he makes good contact, and when he does it goes a long way. Swings and misses a lot and most likely won’t be more than an average defensive catcher at best. Still, the bat potential alone is enough to place him here.
6. Tristen Lutz - Through slow starts, mid-season streaks, and late season fades, has shown flashes of becoming a power hitting RF with the arm to match. Moves pretty well for a bigger guy. Needs to keep the light on all season.
7. Hedbert Perez - I don’t like ranking kids without an at-bat so high but this is not a very top heavy system and there could not be more glowing reports about him. For some reason, I’m concerned that he’s already more maxed out than your average teenager but his base of tools and acumen should allow him to climb the ladder either way.
8. Ethan Small - Not as high on Small as most but could not bring myself to place him any lower than this due to his high probability of being a contributor to the big league club at some point in the next couple years. Without adding a couple ticks of velocity, his low ceiling prevents me from placing him any higher.
9. Zavier Warren - Fun prospect with real baseball athleticism. Great bat control and a real chance to stick at catcher with enough reps. Looking forward to seeing the strides he makes in his first full season.
10. Aaron Ashby - Top ten based on stuff and production up through the mid-minors, although his control has room for improvement and he looks a lot like a reliever to me.
11. Luis Medina - A swing both effortless and mighty. I’m really excited to see what Medina can show over the next few years. I have visions of the best lefty power bat off the farm since Prince Fielder.
12. Eduardo Garcia - Good glove with good plate discipline. Needs much more strength in his swing but he’s young and his other tools give him decent floor for a teenager, if there is such a thing.
13. Micah Bello - Plus speed, plus defense, plus arm. Has a good idea at the plate but seems stuck between being two different hitters. If he can start driving the ball more consistently without selling out to do it, he can have a breakout season.
14. Dylan File - Best command in the system. Was already an overachiever type who I would not have bet against making it to the show anyway, and is apparently now sitting 93-95mph. Expect to see him in Milwaukee in 2021.
15. Jeferson Quero - Defensive catcher who has already shown vast improvement with the bat, per reports. Had to rank him this high for that alone at such a young age.
16. Nick Bennett - Bulldog lefty who knows how to pitch. Strong understanding and command of his arsenal. Potential fast mover although ceiling may be limited.
17. Jackson Chourio - Ranked here purely off potential and reports of above average hit and power tools at SS.
18. Hayden Cantrelle - Gamer. Can run, work counts, and play both MI spots, although arm more suited for 2B. Got some Independent League at bats after the draft and held his own in a short sample.
19. Payton Henry - I’m starting to doubt Henry will ever make enough contact to matter. But he was always going to be a late bloomer as a cold state catcher and has already improved immensely on the defensive side the last couple years. Here’s to 2021 being the year the bat starts to come around.
20. Carlos Roa - My favorite under-the-radar international signed prospect in the system. Can hit and pick it. Curious to see if he can do both enough to be discussed along side the more heralded international signings by season’s end.
21. Bowden Francis - Nastiest right handed stuff in the system. With refined command and an improved changeup, could be the best starter on this list. Wanted to rank all the way up into the mid-teens but he needs to make the aforementioned improvements to avoid the bullpen, where his FB/SL combo would play.
22. Gabe Holt - Poor man’s Turang at the plate with better speed. Would rank higher if he had more pop and was more of an asset defensively at 2B/CF.
23. Alec Bettinger - Back end starter ceiling. Probable middle reliever.
24. Israel Puello - The most exciting of the pitchers acquired from the Phillies. Already getting swings and misses while locating the ball well as a teenager. Good bet to add velocity and possibly shoot up this list in the future.
25. Jesus Parra - Big swing, big arm. On defense, 3B almost seems like best case scenario as he already has heavy feet and hasn’t filled out yet. One of the few teenage power bats in the system though.

26. Noah Campbell - Wheels and defensive versatility. Hits better with wood bats.
27. Joe Gray - Really needs to improve his contact quality. Untapped power and great run, catch, and throw skills.
28. Max Lazar - Good numbers in low ball but needs to add velocity.
29. Noah Zavolas - Crafty righty, great command. Similar to File before the velocity increase.
30. David Hamilton - Another middle infielder with good plate discipline and speed but no power.

31. Phil Bickford
32. Brandon Ramey
33. Thomas Dillard
34. Gregory Barrios
35. Leo Crawford
36. Pablo Abreu
37. Reese Olson
38. Nick Kahle
39. Felix Valerio
40. Branlyn Jaraba


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Posted: February 18, 2021, 1:26 PM Post
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1. G. Mitchell
2. B. Turang
3. H. Perez
4. A. Kelly
5. M. Feliciano
6. E. Small
7. A. Ashby
8. F. Zamora
9. E. Garcia
10. H. Cantrelle
11. Z. Warren
12. D. Hamilton
13. A. Uribe
14. J. Quero
15. L. Medina
16. T. Lutz
17. C. Rodriguez
18. P. Henry
19. J. Gray
20. J. Parra
21. M. Bello
22. M. Lazar
23. T. Dillard
24. D. File
25. C. Ray

26. N. Kahle
27. A. Bettinger
28. T. Taylor
29. B. Francis
30. Z. Brown


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Offline  Re: BF.net Fan Community Top 25 Prospects - 2021 Pre-Season Edition - Voting is Open
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Posted: February 18, 2021, 1:42 PM Post
Posts: 73
Was the only one to roll with Hedbert as #1 last spring, so have to keep that up. I legit think he will be a top 20 spec in all of baseball by this time next spring.

I'll also predict by this time next spring, the brewers will have 5 top 100 specs. Hedbert, Turang, Mitchell, Kelly and one of Quero or Zamora.

#1 - Hedbert Perez
#2 - Brice Turang
#3 - Garrett Mitchell
#4 - Antoine Kelly
#5 - Mario Feliciano
#6 - Aaron Ashby
#7 - Freddy Zamora
#8 - Ethan Small
#9 - Jeferson Quero
#10 - Eduardo Garcia
#11 - Jackson Chourio
#12 - Carlos Rodriguez
#13 - Jesus Parra
#14 - Zavier Warren
#15 - Hayden Cantrelle
#16 - David Hamilton
#17 - Abner Uribe
#18 - Jheremy Vargas
#19 - Dylan File
#20 - Alec Bettinger
#21 - Luis Medina
#22 - Nick Kahle
#23 - Tristen Lutz
#24 - Micah Bello
#25 - Clayton Andrew
#26 - Alexis Ramirez
#27 - Alexander Perez
#28 - Joey Wiemer
#29 - Edinson Mejia
#30 - Max Lazar
HM - Gabe Holt


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Offline  Re: BF.net Fan Community Top 25 Prospects - 2021 Pre-Season Edition - Voting is Open
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Posted: February 19, 2021, 4:55 AM Post
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Posts: 171
Parentheses my prior list ranking which was midseason 2019...I know we are still at the bottom of the rankings for farm systems but I feel like a year from now we could spring ourselves out of the abyss.

01. SS-Brice Turang (01) USA
02. OF-Garrett Mitchell USA
03. LHP-Ethan Small (04) USA
04. C-Mario Feliciano (05) Puerto Rico
05. LHP-Aaron Ashby (03) USA
06. LHP-Antoine Kelly (11) USA
07. OF-Hedbert Perez Venezuela
08. RHP-Max Lazar (06) USA
09. SS-Eduardo Garcia (10) Venezuela
10. C-Jeferson Quero Venezuela
11. C-Zavier Warren USA
12. OF-Tristen Lutz (07) USA
13. 3B-Jesus Parra (21) Venezuela
14. OF-Micah Bello (19) USA
15. RHP-Alec Bettinger (22) USA
16. SS-Freddy Zamora USA/Nicaragua
17. RHP-Dylan File USA
18. C-Payton Henry (13) USA
19. RHP-Lun Zhao (14) China
20. RHP-Noah Zavolas (15) USA
21. OF-Corey Ray (09) USA
22. RHP-Zack Brown (20) USA
23. LHP-Clayton Andrews USA
24. 2B-Felix Valerio (24) Dominican Republic
25. OF-Carlos Rodriguez (23) Venezuela

26. RHP-Victor Castaneda Mexico

17-USA
05-Venezuela
01-Puerto Rico
01-China
01-Dominican Republic

Graduated/Traded
OF-Trent Grisham (02)
RHP-Drew Rasmussen (12)
RHP-Devin Williams (17)
C-Andres Melendez (25)

Dropped Off
RHP-Trey Supak (08)
RHP-Miguel Sanchez (18)
OF-Luis Medina (16)


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