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    Exclamation KLaw's Top 100 Prospects List (Complete)

    The geniuses at ESPN decided to divide his Top 100 into groups of 20 this year.

    As Casey Kasem used to say, "On with the countdown!".

    (Insiders can read his scouting reports.)


    Today: 81-100.

    81. Sean Newcomb, LHP, Atlanta Braves
    82. Matt Manning, RHP, Detroit Tigers
    83. Riley Pint, RHP, Colorado Rockies
    84. Justin Dunn, RHP, New York Mets
    85. Triston McKenzie, RHP, Cleveland Indians
    86. Dylan Cease, RHP, Chicago Cubs
    87. Kohl Stewart, RHP, Minnesota Twins
    88. Justus Sheffield, LHP, New York Yankees
    89. Jack Flaherty, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals
    90. Jahmai Jones, OF, Los Angeles Angels
    91. Stephen Gonsalves, LHP, Minnesota Twins
    92. Christin Stewart, OF, Detroit Tigers
    93. A.J. Puk, LHP, Oakland Athletics
    94. Luis Castillo, RHP, Cincinnati Reds
    95. Zack Collins, C, Chicago White Sox
    96. Jeff Hoffman, RHP, Colorado Rockies
    97. Alex Kirilloff, OF, Minnesota Twins
    98. Sam Travis, 1B, Boston Red Sox
    99. Robert Stephenson, RHP, Cincinnati Reds
    100. Brandon Woodruff, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers

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    Surprised to still see Kohl Stewart on a Top 100 list, let alone ahead of Gonsalves and Kirilloff. Wonder if Tyler Jay will make his Top 80, Nick Gordon will certainly be there.
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    I always look forward to seeing K.Law's top 100 lists, thanks Japs!

    Nice to see Newcomb still remaining on a top 100 list after his subpar 2016 season. His lack of command worries me and leads me to believe he no longer has frontline potential but if he can work on improving it he could still become a very good mid-rotation starter. I'm a little curious why he has Puk ranked so low as I would have thought he'd be somewhere around the 50-60 range. Seeing Kohl Stewart on there is a bit of a head scratcher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    I always look forward to seeing K.Law's top 100 lists, thanks Japs!

    Nice to see Newcomb still remaining on a top 100 list after his subpar 2016 season. His lack of command worries me and leads me to believe he no longer has frontline potential but if he can work on improving it he could still become a very good mid-rotation starter. I'm a little curious why he has Puk ranked so low as I would have thought he'd be somewhere around the 50-60 range. Seeing Kohl Stewart on there is a bit of a head scratcher.
    Puk is way lower here than I had him ranked. Clearly he's not nearly as optimistic about his inconsistent outings, but I see a potential ace if everything works out.
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    JP's list >>>>>KLaw's list. Never been a big fan of him...way too overrated imo.

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    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

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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

    ....and flowing....

    76. Robert Gsellman, RHP, New York Mets

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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 - #61-80 .

    80. Adrian Morejon, LHP, San Diego Padres
    79. Luis Ortiz, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers
    78. Forrest Whitley, RHP, Houston Astros
    77. Luiz Gohara, LHP, Atlanta Braves
    76. Robert Gsellman, RHP, New York Mets
    75. Yohander Mendez, LHP, Texas Rangers
    74. Ke’Bryan Hayes, 3B, Pittsburgh Pirates
    73. Jose De Leon, RHP, Tampa Bay Rays
    72. Sean Reid-Foley, RHP, Toronto Blue Jays
    71. Josh Hader, LHP, Milwaukee Brewers
    70. Lucas Erceg, 3B, Milwaukee Brewers
    69. Chance Sisco, C, Baltimore Orioles
    68. Kyle Lewis, OF, Seattle Mariners
    67. Trent Clark, OF, Milwaukee Brewers
    66. Franklin Perez, RHP, Houston Astros
    65. Fernando Romero, RHP, Minnesota Twins
    64. Ariel Jurado, RHP, Texas Rangers
    63. Ian Happ, 2B/OF, Chicago Cubs
    62. Tyler Beede, RHP, San Francisco Giants
    61. Delvin Perez, SS, St. Louis Cardinals

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    I see another Braves lefty....looks like you were right Jaypers, Gohara is indeed a top 100 prospect!
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    Just noticed De Leon at #73 . That really surprises me, I wasn't expecting to see his name until we got to the #21-40 rankings.

    I guess he has him ranked lower because he's 24 or maybe his poor debut in the majors (which was a very small sample size and sort of to be expected with most pitchers when first called up IMO)
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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    Just noticed De Leon at #73 . That really surprises me, I wasn't expecting to see his name until we got to the #21-40 rankings.

    I guess he has him ranked lower because he's 24 or maybe his poor debut in the majors (which was a very small sample size and sort of to be expected with most pitchers when first called up IMO)
    Saw his start against the Yankees in that band box and he held his own. The Rays will teach him a decent off speed pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    Just noticed De Leon at #73 . That really surprises me, I wasn't expecting to see his name until we got to the #21-40 rankings.

    I guess he has him ranked lower because he's 24 or maybe his poor debut in the majors (which was a very small sample size and sort of to be expected with most pitchers when first called up IMO)
    I can't take this list seriously after seeing that ranking.
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    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
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