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    Midseason Prospect Reports

    Sickels comes out tomorrow. I believe Keith Law and Baseball America also come this week or next. It will be interesting to see where Hamilton, Corcino and Cingrani rank. Any predictions?
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    Re: Midseason Prospect Reports

    Hamilton around 25, with questions about his bat still and at least one caveat about his glove and CF.

    Corcino around 45, with mention about how similar he is to Cueto, no-hitter.

    Cingrani just behind Corcino, with mention of monster relief role, acquisition of slider, plus stuff.

    All three make the top 50.
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    Re: Midseason Prospect Reports

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Hamilton around 25, with questions about his bat still and at least one caveat about his glove and CF.

    Corcino around 45, with mention about how similar he is to Cueto, no-hitter.

    Cingrani just behind Corcino, with mention of monster relief role, acquisition of slider, plus stuff.

    All three make the top 50.
    I agree with this.

    Outside chance a guy like Stephenson makes the back end of a Top 100 list, if they go that far. Sickels does 120. Doubtful any of the new draftees make it.
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    Re: Midseason Prospect Reports

    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    I agree with this.

    Outside chance a guy like Stephenson makes the back end of a Top 100 list, if they go that far. Sickels does 120. Doubtful any of the new draftees make it.
    I believe that Sickels has said that he will not be including any draftees with his list, as he will save that for the end of the year list.

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    Re: Midseason Prospect Reports

    Henry Rodriguez might also get a mention, as could Donnie Joseph. Rodriguez, IMO, should be in the top 50, but, with his injury, might not get the credit he deserves.
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