Originally Posted by dougdirt
There is no way that a 49th round pick would make this list, even if he went out and threw 25 innings without allowing a run and striking out 40.
Than it's not a prospect list it's a popularity list. Which most of these list are.
Muhammad had an outstanding season and at the very least should have made the bottom 5. The list lost all validaty when I saw Donavan Tate #6 on the list.
Tate posted a .222 BA, a.681 OPS and Struck out 46% of his plate appearances. It is based of his draft position. Quite frankly it's the same for Arias. He is no way shape or form a better prospect than Guillon.
Yet Guillon who was easily the best pitcher in the league, is LH, throws in the mid 90's, dominated in a hitter's league and is only 18 was ranked 9th? Yet Yambati who is a year older, allowed more hits and had way less K's is 3rd? List is all kinds of jacked up.
Guillermo Pimentel on the other hand has all kinds of superstar written all over him. That much power at 17 and LH is scary. I could see a season where him and Yorman battle it out for MiLPOY...