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texasdave
12-19-2012, 12:47 PM
1) Billy Hamilton
2) Robert Stephenson
3) Tony Cingrani


This may be the last of the runaway votes. I am suprised Henry Rodriguez hasn't gotten any mention at all yet.

mace
12-19-2012, 02:21 PM
[This may be the last of the runaway votes. [/QUOTE]

Not so sure about that. I'm thinking that, after Corcino is elected here, Winker might rout the field in the next one. Actually, I wouldn't be surprised if Winker made a little noise in this round.

19braves77
12-19-2012, 03:41 PM
gotta go with Daniel Corcino. With no injuries, he will probably have a career like Edwin Jackson. He throws hard. He throws strikes. His mechanics are good. He doesn't have huge amounts of mileage on his arm.

Edd Roush
12-19-2012, 04:49 PM
I went with Corcino. I think it is very close between Cingrani and Corcino, and I like both of them based on results and proximity to the majors. Winker will be next for me, but Corcino has done it for longer than Winker and against tougher competition.

Kc61
12-19-2012, 05:13 PM
gotta go with Daniel Corcino. With no injuries, he will probably have a career like Edwin Jackson. He throws hard. He throws strikes. His mechanics are good. He doesn't have huge amounts of mileage on his arm.

Jackson is a bigger, more projectable pitcher. Corcino is 5'11". I think Cueto would be a good comparison, but not every smallish pitcher turns out so well.

I think the jury is still out on Corcino. He skipped High A ball, went directly to AA from Dayton.

He pitched well, although his K rate was down and his BB rate was up.

Still, he made a big jump to AA and he's entitled to another year in the high minors to show his stuff.

Corcino has a quality arm, I'm just hopeful he can progress. In my mind, Winker is more likely to succeed in the majors, but Corcino certainly has a good chance too.

AAA should be interesting next year if both C pitchers are there.

Scrap Irony
12-19-2012, 05:34 PM
I went Winker.

Love the BB rate and power as an 18 year old in the Pioneer League.

I could definitely see the reasoning behind putting Corcino here instead, as he's already been through all the travails a minor league guy could go through. However, Winker's possible upside (All-Star-level bat with above average to average RF defense) and ridiculous BB:K rate makes him my choice.

Red Swagger
12-19-2012, 05:59 PM
Where is Kyle Waldrop? Not even on the list, dude is going to be a stud, 5 tool OF

mace
12-19-2012, 06:40 PM
Where is Kyle Waldrop? Not even on the list, dude is going to be a stud, 5 tool OF

While I can't quite match that enthusiasm, the man has a point.

HokieRed
12-19-2012, 07:56 PM
Absolutely agree Waldrop, my breakout player of the year, is the best player not on the list and, on my personal list, higher than at least a third of those on the list.

texasdave
12-19-2012, 09:07 PM
I asked if anybody needed to be put on the list and didn't get a reply. I also stated that I was going down Doug's top 25 to start with. Maybe that's why you don't see him. He will be on the next list.

JaxRed
12-19-2012, 09:22 PM
No one has voted for Waldrop either.

HokieRed
12-19-2012, 09:22 PM
I asked if anybody needed to be put on the list and didn't get a reply. I also stated that I was going down Doug's top 25 to start with. Maybe that's why you don't see him. He will be on the next list.

Thanks, texasdave. Didn't mean to sound like a complaint about the list. I was going to ask that he be put on later. I don't see him getting any votes for a while. Just wanted to speak up for Waldrop.

texasdave
12-19-2012, 09:37 PM
Thanks, texasdave. Didn't mean to sound like a complaint about the list. I was going to ask that he be put on later. I don't see him getting any votes for a while. Just wanted to speak up for Waldrop.


No problem. Anytime anybody wants a name on the list, aside from that Golf Shirt dude, just request it. :beerme:

RedsManRick
12-20-2012, 12:11 AM
Where is Kyle Waldrop? Not even on the list, dude is going to be a stud, 5 tool OF

Once he turns some of that talent in to baseball skills, his star will rise. Nobody gets to excited about a .775 OPS in A ball.

OGB
12-20-2012, 12:37 AM
Because I consider him more of a sure thing than Cingrani or Stephenson, Corcino is my number two prospect. I see him being anywhere from a really good #2 to an average #3. I think he takes Arroyo's spot next year.

klw
12-20-2012, 09:18 AM
Do we really need to keep this open for two more days? Pitchers and catchers report in roughly 54 days and the first ST game is on Feb 22- that's only 64 days away. Depending on if we are doing 40 or 50 guys we may get distracted come February.

texasdave
12-20-2012, 09:28 AM
Do we really need to keep this open for two more days? Pitchers and catchers report in roughly 54 days and the first ST game is on Feb 22- that's only 64 days away. Depending on if we are doing 40 or 50 guys we may get distracted come February.


I agree. Number five is coming up.