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  • Bryce Hubbart

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  • Logan Tanner

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  • Allan Cerda

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  • Javi Rivera

    1 3.03%
  • Victor Acosta

    4 12.12%
  • Matheu Nelson

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  • Carlos Jorge

    6 18.18%
  • Tyler Callihan

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  • Alex McGarry

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  • Ariel Almonte

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  • Hector Rodriguez

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  • Lyon Richardson

    7 21.21%
  • Jose Acuna

    4 12.12%
  • Justin Boyd

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  • Ivan Johnson

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  • Bryce Bonnin

    6 18.18%
  • Jose Torres

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  • Julian Aguiar

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Thread: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

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    Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    Christian Roa rounds out our top 20 prospects here on Redszone. Ivan Johnson is next up.

    01. Elly De La Cruz SS/3B AA 20
    02. Noelvi Marte SS A+ 21
    03. Cam Collier 3B ROK 17
    04. Edwin Arroyo SS A 19
    05. Christian Encarnacion-Strand 1B/3B AA 22
    06. Matt McLain SS AA 23
    07. Chase Petty RHP A+ 19
    08. Spencer Steer INF MLB 24
    09. Brandon Williamson LHP AAA 24
    10. Connor Phillips RHP AA 21
    11. Sal Stewart 3B ROK 18
    12. Andrew Abbott LHP AA 23
    13. Joe Boyle RHP AA 23
    14. Levi Stoudt RHP MLB 24
    15. Jay Allen II OF A+ 20
    16. Michael Siani OF MLB 23
    17. Austin Hendrick OF A+ 21
    18. Rece Hinds OF AA 22
    19. Ricardo Cabrera SS ROK 18
    20. Christian Roa RHP AA 23


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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    Quote Originally Posted by podgejeff_ View Post
    Christian Roa rounds out our top 20 prospects here on Redszone. Ivan Johnson is next up.

    01. Elly De La Cruz SS/3B AA 20
    02. Noelvi Marte SS A+ 21
    03. Cam Collier 3B ROK 17
    04. Edwin Arroyo SS A 19
    05. Christian Encarnacion-Strand 1B/3B AA 22
    06. Matt McLain SS AA 23
    07. Chase Petty RHP A+ 19
    08. Spencer Steer INF MLB 24
    09. Brandon Williamson LHP AAA 24
    10. Connor Phillips RHP AA 21
    11. Sal Stewart 3B ROK 18
    12. Andrew Abbott LHP AA 23
    13. Joe Boyle RHP AA 23
    14. Levi Stoudt RHP MLB 24
    15. Jay Allen II OF A+ 20
    16. Michael Siani OF MLB 23
    17. Austin Hendrick OF A+ 21
    18. Rece Hinds OF AA 22
    19. Ricardo Cabrera SS ROK 18
    20. Christian Roa RHP AA 23
    So we close out the top 20 with:

    9 Infielders (including all of the top 6 overall)
    4 Outfielders (all 4 ranked outside of the top 14)
    7 Pitchers (5 RHP/2LHP all seven being used as SP currently)
    0 Catchers

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    Glaring omissions: Carlos Jorge (he’s getting some votes, at least), Almonte, Balcazar, Justin Boyd (#2 round pick, batted .373 for Oregon in 2022), Bryce Hubbart. Other than this board, these guys are rated higher than Boyle, Stoudt, Siani, Hendrick, Roa and Richardson (he’s not in anyones top 30 even)
    Picking a couple guys that are out of line with the rest of the world is interesting and idiosyncratic. But elevating this many prospects with significant risks signifies knowledge gaps. Of course, that only matters if data science and using knowledge and information to predict future outcomes is important to you.

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    If you're wondering who the one person voting for Yerlin the last few rounds has been...it's me.
    “I don’t care,” Votto said of passing his friend and former teammate. “He’s in the past. Bye-bye, Jay.”

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    Quote Originally Posted by Betterread View Post
    Glaring omissions: Carlos Jorge (he’s getting some votes, at least), Almonte, Balcazar, Justin Boyd (#2 round pick, batted .373 for Oregon in 2022), Bryce Hubbart. Other than this board, these guys are rated higher than Boyle, Stoudt, Siani, Hendrick, Roa and Richardson (he’s not in anyones top 30 even)
    Picking a couple guys that are out of line with the rest of the world is interesting and idiosyncratic. But elevating this many prospects with significant risks signifies knowledge gaps. Of course, that only matters if data science and using knowledge and information to predict future outcomes is important to you.
    Huh? You’re kidding right?

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    If you're wondering who the one person voting for Yerlin the last few rounds has been...it's me.
    While I haven’t voted for Confidan yet, I do like him as a prospect and would have probably had him just outside my top 15. But, I voted for Cabrera for a long stretch and will be doing the same with Jorge now it appears. I would have all three well ahead and some of the more recent selections.

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    Quote Originally Posted by Betterread View Post
    Glaring omissions: Carlos Jorge (he’s getting some votes, at least), Almonte, Balcazar, Justin Boyd (#2 round pick, batted .373 for Oregon in 2022), Bryce Hubbart. Other than this board, these guys are rated higher than Boyle, Stoudt, Siani, Hendrick, Roa and Richardson (he’s not in anyones top 30 even)
    Picking a couple guys that are out of line with the rest of the world is interesting and idiosyncratic. But elevating this many prospects with significant risks signifies knowledge gaps. Of course, that only matters if data science and using knowledge and information to predict future outcomes is important to you.
    fart noise

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    Quote Originally Posted by Betterread View Post
    Glaring omissions: Carlos Jorge (he’s getting some votes, at least), Almonte, Balcazar, Justin Boyd (#2 round pick, batted .373 for Oregon in 2022), Bryce Hubbart. Other than this board, these guys are rated higher than Boyle, Stoudt, Siani, Hendrick, Roa and Richardson (he’s not in anyones top 30 even)
    Picking a couple guys that are out of line with the rest of the world is interesting and idiosyncratic. But elevating this many prospects with significant risks signifies knowledge gaps. Of course, that only matters if data science and using knowledge and information to predict future outcomes is important to you.
    You wrote off 19-year-old Jay Allen for only managing a .670 OPS between the A leagues but are now pumping up Justin Boyd who at 21 barfed up a .502 OPS in Dayton. Alright.
    “I don’t care,” Votto said of passing his friend and former teammate. “He’s in the past. Bye-bye, Jay.”

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    You wrote off 19-year-old Jay Allen for only managing a .670 OPS between the A leagues but are now pumping up Justin Boyd who at 21 barfed up a .502 OPS in Dayton. Alright.
    I rate Allen higher than Boyd. I Didn’t “write him off”. I don’t use those words.

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    I have Yerlin ahead of Hinds and Hendrick and Lyon Richardson but I’ve been voting Javi Rivera

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    Re: Redszone 2023 Top 40 prospects Poll: #21

    NM, I was just seeing if I could embed a file type. Did not work. Carry on.
    Last edited by klw; 12-09-2022 at 10:57 AM.
    “The guys we've had for the most part have been serviceable at this level.”


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