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    mlb.com about to release the top 10

    I'm guessing top 5 are: 1. Ohtani 2. Acuna 3. Vladimir 4. Eloy 5. Torres
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    #10 Kopech
    #9 Whitley
    #8 Tatis
    #7 Senzel
    #6 Robles
    #5 Torres
    #4 Eloy
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    #3 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
    #2 Ronald Acuna
    #1. Shohei Ohtani

    ...as I expected (from mlb.com). I expected Acuna #1 from all the other top rankings.
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    The full MLB Pipeline top 100 is now up.

    http://m.mlb.com/prospects/2018?list=prospects
    J.P.

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    It's not showing for some people, so I just typed it out.

    MLB Pipeline's top 100 -

    1. Ohtani
    2. Acuna
    3. Vlad Jr.
    4. Eloy
    5. Torres
    6. Robles
    7. Senzel
    8. Tatis Jr.
    9. Whitley
    10. Kopech
    11. Mejia
    12. Honeywell
    13. Buehler
    14. Bichette
    15. Rodgers
    16. Keller
    17. Tucker
    18. Reyes
    19. Gore
    20. R. Lewis
    21. Greene
    22. Adames
    23. Hays
    24. McKenzie
    25. McKay
    26. S. Sanchez
    27. Brinson
    28. Robert
    29. Soto
    30. Wright
    31. Soroka
    32. Puk
    33. Verdugo
    34. Taveras
    35. Kingery
    36. Urias
    37. Crawford
    38. Flaherty
    39. F. Perez
    40. Quantrill
    41. McMahon
    42. Baez
    43. Trammell
    44. Florial
    45. Meadows
    46. Kelly
    47. Alford
    48. Sheffield
    49. Gohara
    50. Morejon
    51. Anderson
    52. Ruiz
    53. Calhoin
    54. Hansen
    55. Manning
    56. Hiura
    57. J. Sanchez
    58. Allard
    59. Faedo
    60. Luzardo
    61. Cease
    62. Adell
    63. Ramos
    64. Bauers
    65. Andujar
    66. Barreto
    67. Baz
    68. F. Romero
    69. Burnes
    70. K. Lewis
    71. Harrison
    72. Mateo
    73. Duplantier
    74. Abreu
    75. Adams
    76. Bukauskas
    77. Burrows
    78. Gonsalves
    79. Chavis
    80. Gordon
    81. Arroyo
    82. Winker
    83. Fried
    84. Mahle
    85. Groome
    86. Medina
    87. Maitan
    88. Moniak
    89. Espinoza
    90. Kieboom
    91. P. Smoth
    92. Dunning
    93. J. Jones
    94. T. O'Neill
    95. Haseley
    96. Woodruff
    97. Riley
    98. Mountcastle
    99. Rutherford
    100. Pint
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    How can Law see Hays rank so much lower than BA and MLB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmp1971 View Post
    How can Law see Hays rank so much lower than BA and MLB?
    Law is the worst of the worst when it comes to prospect rankings. Hays is easily a top 30 prospect on every list I've seen. If he ranked him 40 or something, it would be fine, but 79? Yikes...
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    Here's my top 100 for context. I posted it back in November (I believe).


    2018 Top 100 Prospects

    1. Ronald Acuna, OF (ATL)
    2. Eloy Jimenez, OF (CWS)
    3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 3B (TOR)
    4. Victor Robles, OF (WSH)
    5. Gleyber Torres, 3B (NYY)
    6. Michael Kopech, RHP (CWS)
    7. Nick Senzel, 3B (CIN)
    8. Francisco Mejia, C/3B (CLE)
    9. Brendan Rodgers, SS (COL)
    10. Kyle Tucker, OF (HOU)
    11. Walker Buehler, RHP (LAD)
    12. Brent Honeywell, RHP (TB)
    13. Fernando Tatis Jr., SS (SDP)
    14. Bo Bichette, SS/2B (TOR)
    15. A.J. Puk, LHP (OAK)
    16. Luis Robert, OF (CWS)
    17. Forrest Whitley, RHP (HOU)
    18. Lewis Brinson, OF (MIA)
    19. Willy Adames, SS (TB)
    20. Triston McKenzie, RHP (CLE)
    21. Royce Lewis, SS (MIN)
    22. Mitch Keller, RHP (PIT)
    23. Sixto Sanchez, RHP (PHI)
    24. Michael Chavis, 3B (BOS)
    25. Juan Soto, OF (WSH)
    26. Alex Reyes, RHP (STL)
    27. Chance Sisco, C (BAL)
    28. Austin Hays, OF (BAL)
    29. Alex Verdugo, OF (LAD)
    30. Brendan McKay, 1B/LHP (TB)
    31. Willie Calhoun, 2B/OF (TEX)
    32. Matt Manning, RHP (DET)
    33. Nick Gordon, SS/2B (MIN)
    34. Mike Soroka, RHP (ATL)
    35. Franklin Barreto, SS/2B (OAK)
    36. Kyle Lewis, OF (SEA)
    37. Franklin Perez, RHP (DET)
    38. Estevan Florial, OF (NYY)
    39. Hunter Greene, RHP/SS (CIN)
    40. Alec Hansen, RHP (CWS)
    41. Anthony Alford, OF (TOR)
    42. Nate Pearson, RHP (TOR)
    43. Yadier Alvarez, RHP (LAD)
    44. Corbin Burnes, RHP (MIL)
    45. Keston Hiura, 2B/OF (MIL)
    46. Jay Groome, LHP (BOS)
    47. Leody Taveras, OF (TEX)
    48. MacKenzie Gore, LHP (SDP)
    49. Shane Baz, RHP (PIT)
    50. Jorge Mateo, SS (OAK)
    51. Bryse Wilson, RHP (ATL)
    52. Jack Flaherty, RHP (STL)
    53. Scott Kingery, 2B (PHI)
    54. Luiz Gohara, LHP (ATL)
    55. Kolby Allard, LHP (ATL)
    56. J.P. Crawford, SS (PHI)
    57. Ryan McMahon, INF (COL)
    58. Ian Anderson, RHP (ATL)
    59. Justus Sheffield, LHP (NYY)
    60. Austin Meadows, OF (PIT)
    61. Mickey Moniak, OF (PHI)
    62. Jon Duplantier, RHP (ARI)
    63. Kyle Wright, RHP (ATL)
    64. Taylor Trammell, OF (CIN)
    65. Chance Adams, RHP (NYY)
    66. Riley Pint, RHP (COL)
    67. Pavin Smith, 1B (ARI)
    68. Stephen Gonsalves, LHP (MIN)
    69. Fernando Romero, RHP (MIN)
    70. Jo Adell, OF (LAA)
    71. Blake Rutherford, OF (CWS)
    72. Austin Riley, 3B (ATL)
    73. Carson Kelly, C (STL)
    74. Kevin Maitan, INF (ATL)
    75. Jorge Alfaro, C (PHI)
    76. Dane Dunning, RHP (CWS)
    77. Carter Kieboom, SS (WSH)
    78. Miguel Andujar, 3B (NYY)
    79. Heliot Ramos, OF (SFG)
    80. J.B. Bukauskas, RHP (HOU)
    81. Dylan Cease, RHP (CWS)
    82. Dustin Fowler, OF (OAK)
    83. Adam Haseley, OF (PHI)
    84. Jorge Guzman, RHP (NYY)
    85. Albert Abreu, RHP (NYY)
    86. James Kaprielian, RHP (OAK)
    87. Luis Urias, INF (SDP)
    88. Cole Ragans, LHP (TEX)
    89. Wander Javier, SS (MIN)
    90. Jesus Luzardo, LHP (OAK)
    91. Jordan Hicks, RHP (STL)
    92. Brian Anderson, 3B (MIA)
    93. Jahmai Jones, OF (LAA)
    94. Freddy Peralta, RHP (MIL)
    95. Keibert Ruiz, C (LAD)
    96. Jeren Kendall, OF (LAD)
    97. Nolan Jones, 3B (CLE)
    98. Nicky Lopez, SS (KCR)
    99. Nick Pratto, 1B (KCR)
    100. Tyler O’Neill, OF (STL)
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    Quote Originally Posted by aarne13 View Post
    K.law can be a bit of a troll- I think he likes to ruffle feathers with a lot of his prospect rankings.

    I agree with Jbone17 -Pearson is a stud, he should easily be in the 40-50 range.
    "Bit"? FULL BLOWN BLOWHARD...i remember him being on the Fan and saying the Jays should trade Bautista and Edwin to get prospects because both were overrated. This was before AA pulled off the big trades.

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    Anthony Santander Balt...not on any list i saw. Houston longtime corner prospects JD Davis and AJ Reed off to good starts...another 2 omisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteD View Post
    Anthony Santander Balt...not on any list i saw. Houston longtime corner prospects JD Davis and AJ Reed off to good starts...another 2 omisions.
    I would really like to see AJ Reed have a breakout season, as he was the first "bust" of my prospecting career. I'd like to be able to recoup some of my money from my Reed collection.

    I got a JD Davis auto too and I'd love to see him get some regular playing time at the major league level...but where do you put him? He's been above average to great (with the bat) his entire minor league career and it took way too long for him to finally get the call.
    Look, I'm gonna be honest with you. I really need a job. And I will take any position, as long as it doesn't involve having sex with old ladies for money or bear traps. Those are my two bugaboos. While mulling over my resume feel free to check out my baseball card collection, it's small and simple, kinda like me - >>>>> http://s822.photobucket.com/user/JDf...ds%20n%20stuff


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