2017 St. Louis Cardinals Top Prospects Voting

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  • #36986

    Cards1776
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    66. Nogowski
    67. Jenner
    68. Summerville
    69. Guillory
    70. Cedano

    #36989

    Wiley
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    66. Ivan Herrera
    67. Rangel Ravelo
    68. Austin Warner
    69. Andrew Summerville
    70. Evan Guillory

    #36990

    Wiley
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    All in favor of going to 100 even say aye!

    With all the talent in Memphis, it’s easy to overlook a player like Rangel Ravelo, who was signed early-season after being released from another organization, but he’s only 22 and played very well for Memphis. And if you’re Nick Martini, do you leave as a minor league free agent and catch on with a team desperate for outfielders. He’s not quite Jose Martinez, but he could make it in the majors as a fifth outfielder. Mark Montgomery will certainly draw interest from other teams to be in their pens. I just wonder how many minor league free agents we lose. We are top heavy in young prospects at AAA & AA, so the older players being pasted can certainly see their futures backing up in our system.

    #37013
    BlackHillsCard
    BlackHillsCard
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    I’ve already posted that I wouldn’t mind going to 100

    #37026

    Bw52
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    CC-voted for Thomas just on potential.Toronto was high on him once and he is still young.

    #37065

    PadsFS
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    I’m going to close it for #66-70.

    #66 – Andrew Summerville (24)
    #67 – Evan Guillory (16)
    #68 – Ivan Herrera (13)
    #69 – Jesse Jenner (12)
    #70 – Leandro Cedeno (10)

    #37066

    PadsFS
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    I’m not sure I’ll be able to continue voting either. I don’t know any of these guys hardly at this point.

    We can vote for #71-75 and see how many voters we have and maybe it can spark some discussion too.

    #37071
    BlackHillsCard
    BlackHillsCard
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    #71 Jose Godoy
    #72 Shane Billings
    #73 Jake Walsh
    #74 Estarlin Arias
    #75 Tyler Bray

    #37075

    14NyquisT
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    There were a couple of guys that I thought would get more noise: John Nogowski and Austin Warner.

    And a few who didn’t even get a peep: Zach Prendergast, Yariel Gonzales and Zach Jackson.

    #37078

    Bw52
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    I`m out

    #37080

    Wiley
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    71. Warner
    72. Ravelo
    73. Zach Prendergast
    74. Freddy De Jesus –
    75. Victor Garcia – Rated 19th on 2016 International class; one ahead of Arozarena and two behind Machado. Raw power to all fields. Started slow but had a much better second half.

    #37081

    CariocaCardinal
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    I’ll be voting but probably not until.tomorrow

    #37094

    CariocaCardinal
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    Billups
    Drake
    Neilsen
    Soto
    Carlos Soler

    #37108

    vegasjim
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    I am out – thank you for running this.

    #37241

    14NyquisT
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    Has there been a list of the Community’s top 50 prospects posted anywhere?

    #37249

    CariocaCardinal
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    I dont follow your question Nyquis. There is a list on page 1 of this thread but I sense that you mean something else.

    #37256
    BlackHillsCard
    BlackHillsCard
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    I feel like this thread is dead. I was hopeful we could have made it to 100

    #37373

    Wiley
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    Interestingly enough, after a year in which we signed a record number of latino players for the DSL, it took me until pick 68 to get you guys to vote for at least one; Herrera, in the top 70. Now 18 of our current selections have played in the DSL, so it can’t be a talentless league. And with all the talent we placed on the team, some of it must be good right?
    Like: 1. Ivan Herrera – c- 17 year old lead team with .335ba, 15dbs, .425obp, .866ops
    2. Freddy De Jesus – 3b – Who hit 7 homers as a 17 year old, .429 slg
    3. Victor Garcia – of – Missed part of the season, but came back strong. Ranked 19th in 2016 International class. Has big time power to all fields.
    4. Jose Moreno – 16 year old starting pitcher; 3.18 era, 1.20 whip
    5. Enmanuel Solano – Cardinal Nation starting pitcher of the year. 3.28 era, 49.1 ip & 39 hits
    6. Dionis Zamora – 2.56 era, 42ks in 39ip, 6 saves
    7. Pablo Gomez – ss- 17 years old and a .300 hitter, 8sb’s,
    8. Cristhian Longa – c – .284 ba, .371 obp and 17 years old.
    9. Jesus Cruz – P – Was terrific in DSL so promoted to State College; combined 17.1 ip, 9h, 27k’s
    10. Franklin Soto – ss – 17 also, but .280ba, 8sb’s, 13dbs (second on team)

    I wonder if we’ve undersold them and how many will make the list next year.

    #37379

    CariocaCardinal
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    And I like Carlos Soler better than any of the 10 you listed!

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