Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Updated Top 50

Since the draft signing period is over now I thought it was time to update my top 50 prospects. I will not be writing anything about them I am waiting until after the minor league season is over to do a much more in depth look at the top 50 prospects.(Anthony Swarzak spent a good portion of season with Twins so no longer a prospect.)

1. Aaron Hicks: CF Beloit
2. Kyle Gibson: SP ? 2009 first round pick just signed will probably go to Fort Myers next year
3. Ben Revere CF Fort Myers
4. Danny Valencia 3b Rochester
5. Angel Morales OF Beloit
6. Wilson Ramos C New Britain
7. David Bromberg SP Fort Myers
8. Deolis Guerra SP New Britain
9. Rene Tosoni OF New Britain
10. Matt Bashore SP E-Town
11. Chris Parmalee 1b/RF Fort Myers
12. Tyler Robertson SP Fort Myers
13. Carlos Gutierrez SP New Britain
14. Jeff Manship SP Twins
15. Kevin Mulvey SP Rochester
16. BJ Hermson P GCL
17. Mike Mccardell SP New Britain
18. Brian Dozier SS E-Town
19. Trevor Plouffe SS Rochester
20. Steve Tolleson 2b Rochester
21. Blayne Weller P GCL
22. Billy Bulluck RP Beloit
23. Luke Hughes 3b New Britain
24. Anthony Slama RP Rochester
25. Joe Benson OF Fort Myers
26. Brian Dinkelman 2b New Britain
27. Danny Rams C Beloit
28. David Winfree RF Rochester
29. Josmil Pinto C E-Town
30. Deibinson Romero 3b Fort Myers
31. Rob Delaney RP Rochester
32. Dustin Martin OF Rochester
33. Tom Stuifbergen P E-Town
34. Michael Gonzalez 1b E-Town
35. Ben Tootle P E-town
36. Liam Hendricks P Beloit
37. Evan Bigley OF Fort Myers
38. Steve Hirschfeld P Fort Myers
39. Jose Morales C Rochester
40. Juan Morillo RP Rochester
41. Whit Robbins 1b New Britain
42. Cole Devries P New Britain
43. Alex Burnett RP New Britain
44. Esterlin De Los Santos SS Fort Myers
45. Michael Tonkin P GCL
46. Erik Lis DH New Britain
47. Rene Leveret 1b Fort Myers
48. Loek Van Mil RP New Britain
49. Steve Blevins RP Beloit
50. Kyle Waldrop RP New Britain


SethSpeaks said...

Good list, just a couple of comments or areas of difference. You've got Bashore at #10. I've got Adrian Salcedo at #16, and he's not on your list at all. What's not to like, especially with Hermsen at #16?

Reasoning for the high (#32) ranking for Dustin Martin?

I would think Billy Bullock over Anthony Slama could create a few questions from other readers, but I don't necessarily disagree. I wonder if Bullock will move quickly up the system.

FunkytownMN said...

Given the dearth of good relief pitching overall, Bullock should move up quickly.

I wish Hermsen would finish the year at Eliz. What a dominant year.

Anonymous said...

What about Mark Dolenc? How far down the list would he be after putting up pretty good numbers this year? He is a little old for A ball but statistically he compares well with Joe Benson and Evan Bigley and outperforming Chris Parmelee.