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    Quote Originally Posted by jbone17 View Post
    Yeah...I don't get this list by Law. How is Puk 93 and Tatis Jr. is a top 50, ahead of Guerrero Jr., nonetheless? Jose De Leon is easily a top 30 prospect. How is Ian Anderson and Max Fried, for starters, ahead of him?
    I have noticed that K.Law loves to overrate Braves prospects and I suppose that is why I always look forward to his rankings I don't even believe either are worthy of being in the top 60. Top 100, sure...but not top 60.

    Otherwise his rankings seem to be all over the place compared to the majority of other top 100 rankings.
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    He probably has a huge stash of the guys he overrates and looks to cash in.

    Collecting: Phil Bickford, Brandon Wood (still), Yankees and Rockies
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyCorona View Post
    He probably has a huge stash of the guys he overrates and looks to cash in.

    Collecting: Phil Bickford, Brandon Wood (still), Yankees and Rockies
    He probably rated De Leon so low because he kept getting overbid on all his color autos.
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    I have counted 5 Braves so far. Swanson, Albies & Allard are locks for his top 40 & it's also very possible Soroka could make it, as I find it hard to believe he'd completely leave him off his top 100 list with his love for Braves prospects. That would make 8 or 9 Braves prospects on the top 100.

    Then of course there is Acuna who is being ranked highly by other scouts lists but I just can't see him being in the top 40.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    Today: 41-60.

    Surprised at Tatis' ranking. I didn't expect to see him at all.


    60. Thomas Szapucki, LHP, New York Mets
    59. Kevin Maitan, SS, Atlanta Braves
    58. Raimel Tapia, OF, Colorado Rockies
    57. Kyle Tucker, OF, Houston Astros
    56. Franklin Barreto, SS, Oakland Athletics
    55. Anthony Alford, OF, Toronto Blue Jays
    54. Brent Honeywell, RHP, Tampa Bay Rays
    53. Nick Gordon, SS, Minnesota Twins
    52. Ian Anderson, RHP, Atlanta Braves
    51. Carson Kelly, C, St. Louis Cardinals
    50. Max Fried, LHP, Atlanta Braves
    49. Jesse Winker, OF, Cincinnati Reds
    48. Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 3B, Toronto Blue Jays
    47. Fernando Tatis Jr., SS/3B, San Diego Padres
    46. Yadier Alvarez, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
    45. Jorge Alfaro, C, Philadelphia Phillies
    44. Aaron Judge, RF, New York Yankees
    43. Willy Adames, SS, Tampa Bay Rays
    42. Braxton Garrett, LHP, Miami Marlins
    41. Isan Diaz, 2B/SS, Milwaukee Brewers

    2017 prospect rankings: 60-41 - Keith Law Blog- ESPN
    Aaron Judge at #44 Put down the pipe Kieth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaxPax View Post
    The Mets starting pitching pipeline keeps on flowing....

    84. Justin Dunn, RHP, New York Mets

    Szapucki won't be on top 100 list...at least not yet
    What the hell do I know....

    60. Thomas Szapucki, LHP, New York Mets

    ....and flowing....

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    Today: 21-40.

    40. Walker Buehler, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
    39. Amir Garrett, LHP, Cincinnati Reds
    38. Lewis Brinson, CF, Milwaukee Brewers
    37. Francis Martes, RHP, Houston Astros
    36. Ronald Acuna, CF, Atlanta Braves
    35. Leody Taveras, OF, Texas Rangers
    34. Corey Ray, OF, Milwaukee Brewers
    33. Kevin Newman, SS, Pittsburgh Pirates
    32. Kolby Allard, LHP, Atlanta Braves
    31. Alex Verdugo, OF, Los Angeles Dodgers
    30. Mickey Moniak, OF, Philadelphia Phillies
    29. Dominic Smith, 1B, New York Mets
    28. James Kaprielian, RHP, New York Yankees
    27. Clint Frazier, OF, New York Yankees
    26. Ozhaino Albies, SS/2B, Atlanta Braves
    25. Tyler Glasnow, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates
    24. Manuel Margot, CF, San Diego Padres
    23. Cal Quantrill, RHP, San Diego Padres
    22. Blake Rutherford, OF, New York Yankees
    21. Anderson Espinoza, RHP, San Diego Padres

    Keith Law's 2017 prospect rankings: 40-21 - Keith Law Blog- ESPN
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    Today: 21-40.

    40. Walker Buehler, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
    39. Amir Garrett, LHP, Cincinnati Reds
    38. Lewis Brinson, CF, Milwaukee Brewers
    37. Francis Martes, RHP, Houston Astros
    36. Ronald Acuna, CF, Atlanta Braves
    35. Leody Taveras, OF, Texas Rangers
    34. Corey Ray, OF, Milwaukee Brewers
    33. Kevin Newman, SS, Pittsburgh Pirates
    32. Kolby Allard, LHP, Atlanta Braves
    31. Alex Verdugo, OF, Los Angeles Dodgers
    30. Mickey Moniak, OF, Philadelphia Phillies
    29. Dominic Smith, 1B, New York Mets
    28. James Kaprielian, RHP, New York Yankees
    27. Clint Frazier, OF, New York Yankees
    26. Ozhaino Albies, SS/2B, Atlanta Braves
    25. Tyler Glasnow, RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates
    24. Manuel Margot, CF, San Diego Padres
    23. Cal Quantrill, RHP, San Diego Padres
    22. Blake Rutherford, OF, New York Yankees
    21. Anderson Espinoza, RHP, San Diego Padres

    Keith Law's 2017 prospect rankings: 40-21 - Keith Law Blog- ESPN
    I'm a Yankees fan and all that, but Rutherford is not better than Frazier. NO WAY. Rutherford is easily a top 50, but not at 22. I'd slot him in the 45-50 mark. Cal Quantrill at 23? NO WAY. You're lucky if he cracks the 80 mark on most lists. I cannot take Law seriously right now.
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    The BO boards are going nuts over Quantrill's high ranking. Law explains that he came back from injury and excelled. Says he was the consensus top pitching prospect of the 2016 class.

    And FYI, no sign of Juan Soto, so either he's in the top 20 or he missed. Neither explanation makes sense to me.
    J.P.

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    Wow, Acuna did break the top 40. That's crazy.

    However, still no sign of Soroka so I'm assuming K Law left him off the list which is ridiculous (no way is he a top 20 prospect).

    Still, 9 Braves players once Swanson is included (unless K. Law no longer considers him a prospect).

    Side note: Glasnow as low as #25 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    Still, 9 Braves players once Swanson is included (unless K. Law no longer considers him a prospect).

    Side note: Glasnow as low as #25 ?
    Swanson will be in the top 20. Most likely the top 10. Hell, he's in my personal top 5.

    Glasnow struggled some this past year, so he fell a bit. But he's still projected to be a frontline SP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    The BO boards are going nuts over Quantrill's high ranking. Law explains that he came back from injury and excelled. Says he was the consensus top pitching prospect of the 2016 class.

    And FYI, no sign of Juan Soto, so either he's in the top 20 or he missed. Neither explanation makes sense to me.
    Quantrill can be good, but that ranking is awful. I cannot believe Soto got snubbed. He's basically Victor Robles 2.0.
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    Kyle Lewis #68 & Corey Ray #34 .
    Personally I would have switched those two around. I see a bit more potential in Lewis
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    The BO boards are going nuts over Quantrill's high ranking. Law explains that he came back from injury and excelled. Says he was the consensus top pitching prospect of the 2016 class.

    And FYI, no sign of Juan Soto, so either he's in the top 20 or he missed. Neither explanation makes sense to me.
    So did Hoffman...who has higher up side imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    Swanson will be in the top 20. Most likely the top 10. Hell, he's in my personal top 5.

    Glasnow struggled some this past year, so he fell a bit. But he's still projected to be a frontline SP.
    Outside his increased walk rate he still did really well in the minors but he did struggle a bit in the majors, although I pretty much expect that to happen to most pitching prospects when they first reach the major league level (i.e. Urias, Giolito, Berrios). I expected him to dip a bit just like those other names but I still think he's one of the top 3 RHP. I just can't believe that K. Law has Quantrill ahead of him!

    Swanson is certainly a top 10 prospect & in mind no lower than 5th. In fact I'd rank him as one of the top 3 prospects but I do realize I'm a Braves fan so...
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