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Baseball Prospectus: Top 50 Prospects

Discussion in 'Professional Baseball' started by Highstreet, Feb 22, 2005.

  1. Highstreet

    Highstreet Freshman

    Baseball Prospectus Top 50

    1. Andy Marte, 3B, Atlanta
    2. Delmon Young, OF, Tampa Bay
    3. Felix Hernandez, RHP, Seattle
    4. Dallas McPherson, 3B, Anaheim
    5. Casey Kotchman, 1B, Anaheim
    6. Ian Stewart, 3B, Colorado
    7. Joel Guzman, SS, Los Angeles
    8. Prince Fielder, 1B, Milwaukee
    9. Daric Barton, C, Oakland
    10. Jeremy Reed, OF, Seattle
    11. Jeff Francis, LHP, Colorado
    12. Carlos Quentin, OF, Arizona
    13. Eric Duncan, 3B, New York (AL)
    14. Scott Kazmir, LHP, Tampa Bay
    15. Yusmeiro Petit, RHP, New York (NL)
    16. Jered Weaver, RHP, Team Boras
    17. Michael Aubrey, 1B, Cleveland
    18. Chris Burke, 2B, Houston
    19. Lastings Milledge, OF, New York (NL)
    20. Chad Billingsley, RHP, Los Angeles
    21. Ian Kinsler, SS, Texas
    22. Edwin Encarnacion, 3B, Cincinnati
    23. Brandon McCarthy, RHP, Chicago (AL)
    24. Hanley Ramirez, SS, Boston
    25. Anthony Reyes, RHP, St. Louis
    26. Nick Swisher, OF, Oakland
    27. Jeff Francoeur, OF, Atlanta
    28. Matt Cain, RHP, San Francisco
    29. Dan Meyer, LHP, Oakland
    30. Curtis Granderson, OF, Detroit
    31. Adam Miller, RHP, Cleveland
    32. Brian Anderson, OF, Chicago (AL)
    33. Gavin Floyd, RHP, Philadelphia
    34. Willy Aybar, 2B, Los Angeles
    35. Jeremy Hermida, OF, Florida
    36. Rickie Weeks, 2B, Milwaukee
    37. Richie Gardner, RHP, Cincinnati
    38. Ryan Howard, 1B, Philadelphia
    39. Cole Hamels, LHP, Philadelphia
    40. Jose Capellan, RHP, Milwaukee
    41. Guillermo Quiroz, C, Toronto
    42. Joe Blanton, RHP, Oakland
    43. Jesse Crain, RHRP, Minnesota
    44. Brian McCann, C, Atlanta
    45. Edwin Jackson, RHP, Los Angeles
    46. Jason Kubel, OF, Minnesota
    47. Kyle Davies, RHP, Atlanta
    48. Josh Willingham, C, Florida
    49. (tie) Mitch Einertson, OF, Houston; Dustin Pedroia, SS, Boston
    Honorable Mention, in alphabetical order:

    Russ Adams, SS, Toronto
    Garrett Atkins, 3B, Colorado
    Josh Barfield, 2B, San Diego
    Zack Duke, LHP, Pittsburgh
    Jonny Gomes, OF, Tampa Bay
    Angel Guzman, RHP, Chicago (NL)
    J.J. Hardy, SS, Milwaukee
    Conor Jackson, OF, Arizona
    Josh Kroeger, OF, Arizona
    Kendry Morales, 1B, Anaheim
    Dioner Navarro, C, Los Angeles
    Chad Orvella, RHRP, Tampa Bay
    Omar Quintanilla, SS, Oakland
    Jason Stokes, 1B, Florida
    Huston Street, RHRP, Oakland
     
  2. daddyphatsacs

    daddyphatsacs Let the cards fall... Staff Member

    As a Braves fan I am very anxious to see what Andy Marte can do. From what I read he is still a year out, which will set up an interesting situation with him and Chipper Jones both being 3rd baseman. Altanta had contemplated him moving to the outfield, but they didn't want to distract his hitting progress. He's a 5 tool player.
     
  3. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    Well, I am a big Cleveland fan and I hope we get a chance to see Adam Miller and his 100 mph fastball in the majors this year. :wink2:
     

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