Quote Originally Posted by MikeThierry View Post
I don't think any of those players were considered the top pitching prospect in baseball at any points in their minor league careers. Shelby Miller was ranked where he was for a reason. I'm not saying he will be THIS good but he has front of the rotation stuff. He's getting it done now with his fastball/curve and has yet to expose teams to his pretty good change up.
While Shelby Miller has certainly been highly rated, he's never been considered the top pitching prospect in baseball.

Baseball America had him #3 coming into this season.

I'm a big fan of his and he's as good as you say, but you don't need to overstate his case.