2019 ST. LOUIS CARDINALS TOP PROSPECTS VOTING

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    UncleDenny
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    FWIW Derian Gonzales appears to have been removed from 40 man

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    If Bowman and Greene were kept over Gonzalez I am scratching my head.

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    I’m not sure where you got that DJ. Derian Gonzalez is still listed on the Cardinals 40-man roster on their website. The only players removed have been Francisco Pena and Greg Garcia.

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    Sorry all, I had a rather long meeting today ~ 6 hours!

    Anyway, I am closing the vote:

    #61 – Nick Dunn, 2B
    #62 – Zach Jackson, CA
    #63 – Juan Yepez, 1B
    #64 – Justin Toerner, OF
    #65 – Julio Puello, RHP

    Voting is open for #66-70. We will finish up at #75!

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    61. Robertson
    62. Ad. Cruz
    63. Myers
    64.Ra. Mendoza
    65. O’Reilly

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    Wow….6 hours worth! If you haven’t seen Alec Baldwin’s epic performance in the hit movie “Glengarry Glen Ross”, do yourself a favor and put it on your bucket list. Anyway, that’s the distinct vision I get of Pads….giving his work crew 6 full hours of that treatment and closing with the words “I’d wish you good luck……but you gentlemen wouldn’t know what to do with it if you got it”.

    For our second to last round of 2018 I’ll tab:

    66. Ascanio

    67. Shew

    68. Soler

    69. Pereira

    70. Nogowski

    Gracias senor Pads

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    I just want to say how enjoyable this year’s thread has been. Outstanding participation, great diversity of opinion, everyone respectful of others opinions.

    Great job by Pads and everyone!

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    66. Jesus Cruz
    67. Zach Prendergast
    68. Andrew Morales – He’ll make his major league debut in 2019, so he must be a prospect.
    69. Irving Lopez – I had at least 7 infielders ahead of Nick Dunn, starting with Irving, which shows how varied our opinions are. CC named 3 more. Was Lopez or Edwin Figuera at 69 and I really and truly believe Edwin doesn’t get the love he deserves.
    70. Wadye Ynfante – How did he go from top prospect to a nobody from one bad season when Delvin Perez seems to get a free pass for being a steroid user and bust? Can Wadye not hit a breaking pitch or something. Someone please enlighten me on why we’ve all given up on him??? I’m as guilty as anyone.

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by Avatar Wiley.
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    Pugsley Adams, wasn’t Carlos Soler already selected at 59?

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    66) CSoto

    67) NOgowski

    68) Pendergrast

    69) R MEndoza

    70) Ynfante

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    I agree CC, its’ been a lot of fun. So much so that I’d go to 100 to get all the people I ranked and that’s just because I think there’s that much potential in our system. Mostly the DSL players like Jose Godoy whose solid and a backup prospect, but also players like Adanson Cruz, Freddy (I led the entire DSL in doubles by a big margin) De Jesus, Franklin Soto, Ramon Mendoza, Freddy Pacheco, Hector Soto, Jose Moreno, Carlos Soto, Jean Selmo, Diomedes Del Rio, Emmanuel Solano & Diego Cordero to name many.

    What about North American guys like Perry DellaValle and Connor Coward; Brandon Riley, Kevin Woodall, Wood Myers, Matt Pearce, Donivan Williams & Terry Fuller; Mike O’Reilly and Bryan Dobzanski. There’s potential there in them and more. People mature at different levels.

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    66. Kramer Robertson SS
    67.Jacob Patterson LHP
    68.Anthony Shew RP
    69.Zack Kirtley 2B
    70.Wood Myers INF

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    66. Carlos Soto
    67. A. Cruz DSL
    68. Denton
    69. Cordero
    70. Fuller

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    Thanks Wiley! When in doubt I usually sneak a peek at one of VegasJim’s picks…… I’ll tab Fuller where I had Soler, Pads.

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    66. Zach Pendergast
    67. Stanley Espinal
    68. Austin Warner
    69. Jose Godoy
    70. Jake Dahlberg

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    66) Ramon Mendoza

    67) Carlos Soto

    68) John Nogowski

    69) Adanson Cruz

    70) Kramer Robertson

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    Hey BlackHillsCard, you and I seem to agree a lot on our picks. You must be a very astute judge of talent. LOL. just so you know, Jake Dahlberg was already selected at # 54. Keep up the great work though.

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    Damn it, Wiley. I was taking pride in the fact I hadn’t picked anyone that was already off the board.

    Alright, let’s try this again:

    66. Zach Pendergast
    67. Stanley Espinal
    68. Austin Warner
    69. Jose Godoy
    70. Diego Cordero

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    66. Dobzanski
    67. Carlos Soto
    68. Robertson
    69. Shew
    70. Denton

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    66. Jean Selmo – It’s hard to argue personal preference as far as DSL outfielders. I think Selmo has a great swing with a big arm and lots of potential. It’s a pretty exciting DSL outfield. Just wonder how much of all of their stats was due to a down turn in pitching talent in the DSL this year that some people were talking about. Either way I think he has as much potential as any of the DSL hitters.

    67. Wadye Ynfante – Had him a little higher on my list but frankly the power hasn’t developed like most thought. Still a lot of potential but a rough year with the bat brought some of the excitement of last year back to earth.

    68. Carlos Soto – Another exciting catching prospect. Gonna be tough to get playing time for all of them with great/good prospects at every level and HOF’er holding down the next few years at the top of the food chain.

    69. Bryce Denton – Really fell down the prospect board. Lost his first year in Peoria with a poorly timed bout of appendicitis. Seemed to really effect him that year. Has started to come on at the end of every year. Still has time to show that hitting prowess that had the Cards pull him away from Vandy. Kind of feels like a make or break year for him in PB.

    70. Brady Whalen – I think this guy could really break out with the bat this year. I think he’ll end up in Peoria and really start to put it all together. 14% BB and 20% strikeout with a surprisingly low BABIP .250. Still had an OBP around .350 with a low average. Got better throughout the year at SC. It just seemed like something was starting to click. Here’s hoping for a big rise up the rankings for the big guy.

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    Not to pick on BlackHills here, but just a friendly reminder to all…..let’s keep our eye on the ball, gang! Selecting a player who has already been tabbed is something one might find with great frequency on a cubbies bored….not on a Cardinals board! May I suggest keeping a large grease board in the living room right next to the tv with all of our picks staring you right in the face, so to avoid a recurrence. Thank you. Go Cards!

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    #66 – Anthony Shew, rhp

    #67 – Austin Warner, lhp

    #68 -Kramer Robertson, ss

    #69 – Bryce Denton, of

    #70 – John Nogowski, 1b

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    66) Jesus Cruz
    67) Andrew Warner
    68) Jacob Schlesener
    69) GCL closer Escobar
    70) Espinal

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    66 Denton
    67 J Cruz
    68 Dobzanski
    69 Robertson
    70 Soto

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    No. 66 Andrew Warner

    No. 67 Nogowski

    No. 68 Shew

    No. 69 Prendergast

    No. 70 Espinal

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