2019 ST. LOUIS CARDINALS TOP PROSPECTS VOTING

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  • #74430
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    Cardinals27
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    76) Jesus Cruz
    77) Andrew Warner
    78) SChlesener
    79) Nicasio
    80) Escobar
    81) Estarlin Arias
    82) Espinal
    83) C Thompson
    84) O Keefe
    85) B Riley
    86) Sisk
    87) Coward
    88) Whitley
    89) Dayton
    90) Woodall
    91) Baird
    92) Edgar Gonzalez
    93) Perri
    94) Purcell
    95) Pacheco
    96) Del Rio
    97) Moquette
    98) Oca
    99) P- Soto
    100) Hunt

    #74463
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    14NyquisT
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    ***THIS IS NOT MY 75-100.***

    Its BHC’s which he misplaced.

    espinal
    godoy
    cordero
    Acruz
    AnWarner
    ravelo
    morales
    Fsoto
    selmo
    RRamirez
    riley
    billings
    fuller
    schlesener
    O’reilly
    baird
    pearce
    myers
    dayton
    whalen
    coward
    longa
    Hsoto
    Mieses
    dellavalle

    #74477
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    BHC – I have your 25 players. I have flood21, BHC, Robert Cobb, Robert Reed, and Wiley’s.

    Robert Cobb needs to post one more player as he had a guy on there that had already been voted.

    #74486
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    I am done.After the 75 it is a crapshoot IMHO and I don`t feel I know enough about the rest to be a smart judge.Sorry gang but 75 is my stopping point.I leave the rest to you all.

    #74487
    BlackHillsCard
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    THanks Fam!!! Saves me the headache.

    #74488
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    76. Jean Selmo
    77. Brady Whalen
    78. Jacob Patterson
    79. Mike O’Reilly
    80. Adanson Cruz
    81. Johan Mieses
    82. Roel Ramirez
    83. Jacob Schlesener
    84. Sam Tewes
    85. Winston Nicacio
    86. Evan Guillory
    87. Yowelfy Rosario
    88. Ian Oxnevad
    89. Michael Baird
    90. Matt Pearce
    91. Brian Pirela
    92. Irving Lopez
    93. Donovan Williams
    94. Terry Fuller
    95. Rangel Ravelo
    96. Ronnie Williams
    97. Brendan Donovan
    98. Cristhian Longa
    99. Stefan Trosclair
    100. Stanley Espinal

    #74489
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    Thanks a lot, Pads.
    When I tried to enter my rankings, that seemed to be when the whole shebang crashed. Didn’t want to sift through all my grimy Post-it notes again. Whew.

    #74490
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    This has been a great deal of fun. At this point its a bit of a crap shoot. I don’t see a great deal to separate my #75 from my #126. Lots of younger guys in here that will break one way or the other over the next few years. There is a lot of upside in the GCL and DSL though. Lots to be excited about. Here’s another 26 players, on top of the 100, that I like, follow in the box scores.
    Nick Plummer
    Diomedes Del Rio
    Kevin Vargas
    Andrew Warner
    Francisco Justo
    Colin Schmid
    Jim Voyles
    John Kilichowski
    Tommy Parsons
    Evan Sisk
    Wilberto Rivera
    Oneiver Diaz
    Connor Coward
    Perry DellaValle
    Alex Gallegos
    William Jimenez
    Victor Villanueva
    Cole Aker
    Walker Robbins
    Lars Noobaar
    Kevin Woodall
    Tyler Webb
    Blake Drake
    Raffy Ozuna
    Jose Moreno

    #74493
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    Bob Reed
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    I can’t believe you didn’t mention Luis Montano or Sander Mora! Clearly you are but a casual follower of the Cardinal farm system, brother grenadier.

    Seriously, though, thanks for dropping so many names I never heard of before. I’ll be researching over the remainder of the weekend. And you could not be more right about the GCL and DSL; those rosters are overflowing with intriguing position players. Pitchers, not so sure. And that’s being diplomatic.

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    I’ll take that as a compliment. Frankly I’ve learned quite a bit from reading from a lot of the posters on this board and others. Certainly no expert, but these are the guys I look up on a regular basis. I know most of these guys won’t pan out for one reason or another, but I love an underdog and I love to see who fights through the “humble” beginnings and makes the show. I will say of these guys I’ve seen some writers that really like Justo’s stuff. Gonna keep an eye on him this year. I enjoy the minors almost as much as the big show, and I can afford it. This has certainly been enjoyable. I look forward to Brian and Derek’s write ups for all of the prospects. It’s especially cool when they agree with you (I mean why can’t everyone see that Mike ONeill and Alex Fagalde are basically the same person. Ha). Anyways I really enjoyed everyone’s input on this list. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to input. You guys really are some of the most knowledgeable fans around. Warm up the hot stove and trade rumors and let the next season begin, go Cards.

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    76 J Cruz
    77 R Ramirez
    78 I Lopez
    79 S Tewes
    80 J Godoy
    81 H Mendoza
    82 E Figuera
    83 K Woodall
    84 R Ascanio
    85 I Oxnevad
    86 E Escobar
    87 Z Kirtley
    88 E Sisk
    89 J Mieses
    90 Don Williams
    91 H Soto
    92 B Pirela
    93 E Arias
    94 F Pacheco
    95 S Trosclair
    96 A Warner
    97 Del Rio
    98 B Riley
    99 J Schlesener
    100 T Fuller

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    14NyquisT
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    76. AnWarner
    77. Espinal
    78. JCruz
    79. Woodall
    80. Figuera
    81. ACruz
    82. Schlesener
    83. Riley
    84. HSoto
    85. DellaValle
    86. Sisk
    87. O’Reilly
    88. Myers
    89. Kirtley
    90. Coward
    91. Shaw
    92. ILopez
    93. Perri
    94. Whalen
    95. Pirela
    96. Patterson
    97. YRosario
    98. Kraus
    99. Parsons
    100. Del Rio

    #74632
    Bob Cobb
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    Thanks Pads. My last pick is Ludwin Jimenez.

    #74653
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    This has got to be the best year ever for voting. Thank you Pads for hosting and to all the many posters here this season…..well done!!! This truly is a passion for me and ya’ll made it a ‘must participate’ this year. Watch for 14Nyquist’s thread, which will be an extension of this for more voting enjoyment.

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    My votes are:

    #76 – Roel Ramirez, RHP
    #77 – Andrew Warner, 1B/OF
    #78 – Johan Mieses, OF
    #79 – Ian Oxnevad, LHP
    #80 – Andrew Morales, RHP
    #81 – Nick Plummer, OF
    #82 – Jacob Schlesener, LHP
    #83 – Zach Kirtley, 2B
    #84 – Wood Myers, IF
    #85 – Brady Whalen, 1B
    #86 – Matt Pearce, RHP
    #87 – Hector Mendoza, RHP
    #88 – Mike O’Reilly, RHP
    #89 – Jean Selmo, OF
    #90 – Patrick Dayton, LHP
    #91 – Adanson Cruz, OF
    #92 – Freddy DeJesus, 1B
    #93 – Irving Lopez, 2B
    #94 – Jesus Cruz, RHP
    #95 – Donovan Williams, 2B
    #96 – Terry Fuller, OF
    #97 – Kodi Whitley, RHP
    #98 – Elvin DeJesus, 2B
    #99 – Stan Espinal, 1B/3B
    #100 – Raydar Ascanio, SS

    #74678
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    PadsFS
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    no problem wiley!

    #74706
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    14NyquisT
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    ROB COBB and ROB REED…. I didn’t get a chance to see your #76 – #100 selections. Any chance of a reposting? PADS? These lists are very interesting.

    Also…. has anyone else dropped out since 71-76, besides BW?

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    CariocaCardinal
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    Me! But hope to.post tonight

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    Bob Reed
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    ROB COBB and ROB REED…. I didn’t get a chance to see your #76 – #100 selections. Any chance of a reposting? PADS? These lists are very interesting.

    There’s no way I’m typing it all in again, brother Nyquist, if Pads can save me the work. I think he’s got it from when I posted the other day. C’mon Pads, I’m lazy!

    And please, Nyq, call me Bob. Pugs prefers Bobby and that’s fine too. Screen name is Robert now only by necessity not choice.

    #74748
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    CariocaCardinal
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    76. Ad. Cruz
    77 Myers
    78. O’Reilly
    79 Plummer
    80 Tewes
    81 Au Warner
    82.Pacheco
    83 Pearce
    84. J.Cruz
    85 Fuller

    86 Drake
    87. Riley
    88 Espinal
    89 Billings
    90. Franklin Soto
    91. Godoy
    92. Whalen
    93. Schleshinger
    94 W. Jimenez
    95 Oxynard

    96.R Wiilams
    97 McKinney
    98 I.Diaz
    99 Patterson
    100 Summerville

    #74757
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    CC – 81 Au Warner

    Do you mean Andrew Warner?

    14Ny – I have the voting saved in excel. I can’t really post it here. Just send me an email – jerbyrd25@gmail.com.

    #74759
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    Yes, 81 was Austin Warner but I see he has been picked. You can slide Donovan Williams straight into.his slot as somehow he disappeared from list.

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    Yes, 81 was Austin Warner but I see he has been picked. You van slide Donovan Williams straight into.his slot as somehow he disappeared from list.

    #74764
    Brian Walton
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    Minor point, but #100 Summerville retired.

    #74765
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    CariocaCardinal
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    Ok, you can plug Roel Ramirez into my 100 slot.

    Hardly a minor point!

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