2019 ST. LOUIS CARDINALS TOP PROSPECTS VOTING

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    O’Neill #2, at least until his rookie status expires. I just hope he is not a AAAA guy.

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    Reyes #1. Absolutely dominated in his few starts to remind everyone of his ceiling. Couldn’t find anyone who had the same injury, so banking on modern medicine to allow for a strong come back.

    Noah Syndergaard had the exact same injury.

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    #2 Hudson. I would take O’Neill but no way he stays eligible. I think Dakota will refine his control a bit and be a mid rotation starter or be a high leverage reliever at worst.

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    #2-Tyler O’Neill

    I still have some concerns about his contact, but I think his power could offset his problem.

    Oh, and thank you for the reply yesterday! Forgot to check it.

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    #2 Hudson – hope to see him take his place in the rotation in 2019 for many years forward.

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    #2. Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Year, Dakota Hudson.

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    Hey strangers!

    I would vote for T.O. here, but he will surely lose eligibility so I will go with Hudson at #2. I will add that Gorman sure is tempting to vote for….

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    Glad to see you back on the board chi town! I’ve missed your posts!

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    I will still be removing O’Neill when he actually hits the 130 ABs so including him won’t be an issue. He could get hurt tomorrow or have a “flare-up” again and not make it to the required 130.

    I never thought we would be voting for Reyes again.

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    My vote is O’Neill for #2. He just crushes the ball and has proven he already belongs. I would support him over Ozuna in LF going forward at this rate.

    I liked the Fowler and Ozuna decisions at the time, since major questions existed regarding Piscotty, Grichuk, and Pham, but Bader and O’Neill have proven to be more than capable since.

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    Would love to see Ozuna healthy and what the impact would be.

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    Hudson

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    Hudson for #2

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    Hudson #2

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    I am intrigued by where Gorman, Nunez and Torres will be ranked?

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    Hudson

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    #2 Tyler O’Neill. I’m pretty confident he’ll break the 130 AB threshold, however he’s still eligible so I’ve included him in my list. His combination of power and defensive ability should lead to a productive ML career, especially if his current strikeout rate in the majors trends towards his career norm closer to 25%, which I think it will.

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    Noah Syndergaard had the exact same injury.

    Thanks PadsFS. My quick google search at work only returned Reyes and I didn’t want to waste too many of your tax dollars looking for a good answer. Hopefully that bodes well for Reyes’ rehab.

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    Hudson is official at #2 I assume?

    Gorman is my #3 pick, what he did at his age (minus the BA at full season) with the power numbers is something special. Random reports say he can stick at 3rd, I base that on what I’ve read only so take that with a grain of salt.

    With the “Big 3 3B prospects” the cards have, signing someone like Donaldson for 2 years actually fits quite perfectly. Elehuris M likely won’t get the love he deserves doing what he did at 19…. Nunez,same because of the league but WOW on his numbers, and at a proper age.

    A year ago I recall seeing how the Cards have Wisdom as a 3B prospect and no one else, how things can change in a year….. turned out fantastic on this “issue”!

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    Geez, I’m always late to the party, but let’s go for Dakota Hudson at #2

    This year is going to be a major change in the prospect list. It will not resemble last years other then Reyes at #1. Lots of graduation and intriguing prospects added; Nunez, Gorman, Baker, De Los Santos etc. MY man Elehuris Montero stepping up in a big way. I think our voting is going to be very mixed right from the get go. So….let’s have at it!

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    I thought I voted but I guess I didn’t. Hudson at #2. He’s a solid big league pitcher already, and he’s only going to get better.

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    I’m with you; let’s get Donaldson on a three year contract. The man is a gamer and a beast on the base paths. Upper echelon defense and offense.

    I’m not sure Montero’s defence will keep him at 3B, so Nolan Gorman’s our future there.

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    #2 – Gorman. I wavered a little based on his Peoria showing but he looks like a great pick this year. I think he could end up being the next “Pujols” but just a little less successful.

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    Oneill #2 (Hudson 3 and Gorman 4 and Knizner for me is 5 even if it is a bit high…as i will be away from the computer to probably vote for the next couple)

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    I’ll keep your votes tucked away thejager! I am interested in who will have Knizner above Kelly since Kelly is still able to be picked here too. Where is Brianpnoonan when you need him?

    Do we chalk up Kelly’s semi-subpar 2018 to playing behind Yadi or just more that he’s playing at his true talent level?

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