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  • #177829
    mudville
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    26. Matt Koperniak – Signed as a nondrafted free agent after the 2020 draft. If he can develop more power, he will rise as quickly in the rankings as he did through the Cardinals’ system.
    27. Ian Bedell – He might have had a bad elbow when he was drafted because he had to have TJ surgery after pitching two games for the Cardinals. No matter. He’s going to win some game at the major league level.
    28. Patrick Rom3eri – Started showing his potential in 2021.
    This is another one that could move up the rankings fast.
    29. Jeremy Rivas – Young shortstop. Big signing bonus.
    30. Andre Granillo – Stats for 2021 – IP 18, SO 23, WHIP 1.06, ERA 1.50, plus 9 BB’s in those 18 innings pitched. Wild. But there’s something to dream on with this kid.

    #177830
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    26. Matt Koperniak – Signed as a nondrafted free agent after the 2020 draft. If he can develop more power, he will rise as quickly in the rankings as he did through the Cardinals’ system.
    27. Ian Bedell – He might have had a bad elbow when he was drafted because he had to have TJ surgery after pitching two games for the Cardinals. No matter. He’s going to win some game at the major league level.
    28. Patrick Romeri – Started showing his potential in 2021.
    This is another one that could move up the rankings fast.
    29. Jeremy Rivas – Young shortstop. Big signing bonus.
    30. Andre Granillo – Stats for 2021 – IP 18, SO 23, WHIP 1.06, ERA 1.50, plus 9 BB’s in those 18 innings pitched. Wild, so far. But there’s something here to dream on.

    #177833
    flood21
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    26. Torres
    27. Romeri
    28. Befell
    29. Redmond
    30. Koperniak

    #177842
    cardsfan64
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    #26 – Ian Bedell
    #27 – Edwin Nunez
    #28 – Jeremy Rivas
    #29 – Matt Koperniak
    #30 – Jhon Torres

    #177845
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    26- Jhon Torres: I am shocked he has dropped this far.
    27- Tre Fletcher: Ditto above.
    28- Conner Capel: Solid number 4 OF type. I think he will be a big leaguer somewhere.
    29- Brady Whalen: Continuing steady progress. He has a shot at the bigs.
    30- Julio Rodriguez: A lot of competition in the catcher ranks but he is holding his own.

    #177846
    gscottar
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    You can’t vote twice mud….this isn’t Chicago..lol just kidding…

    #177849
    stlcard25
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    Don’t worry, I am only going to count mud’s votes as one. We have strict anti-fraud rules here at TCN. Lol

    #177860
    PugsleyAddams
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    This is Mud we’re speaking of here, gentlemen. If Mud wants to vote twice, I think it appropriate that we allow him to do so. This only goes for Mud though.

    #177861
    Cardinals27
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    Thanks for the comedy, 25 & Pugs!!! Hey at least Mud posted 2 LIVE votes.

    #177862
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    26 – Dionys Rodriguez, RHP
    27 – Jack Ralston, RHP
    28 – Tre Fletcher, CF
    29 – Jhon Torres, OF
    30 – Edwin Nunez, RHP

    #177863
    Cardinals27
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    26 Ralston
    27 Antico
    28 D Rodriguez
    29 Torres
    30 Romeri

    #177916
    PugsleyAddams
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    26. Andre Anthony “Granny” Granillo

    27. Jhon Hansser “The Table Setter” Torres

    28. Edwin Manuel Nunez

    29. Jeremy Alejandro Rivas

    30. Patrick Aidan “Romeo Where Art Thou” Romeri

    #177924
    TheBeave
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    #26 ~ Torres
    #27 ~ Koperniak
    #28 ~ Bedell
    #29 ~ Redmond
    #30 ~ Capel

    #177925
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    26. Edwin Nunez

    27. Jhon Torres

    28. Luis Pino

    29. Ian Bedell

    30. Jeremy Rivas

    #177938
    14NyquisT
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    26 – Bedell
    27 – Koperniak
    28 – Redmond
    29 – Ralston
    30 – Romeri

    #177941
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    With StlCard25’s unwavering blessing, let’s do a quick check to see how our 26-30 candidates are faring, shall we? This is NOT an official tally, as our quick check simply awards 5 points for a #26 placement, 4 points for a #27, 3 points for a #28, 2 points for #29 and 1 point for a #30:

    Torres-29
    Bedell-25
    Koperniak-22
    Romeri-15
    Nunez-13
    Ralston-11
    Redmond-11
    Rivas-10
    Granillo-8
    D. Rodriguez-8
    Fletcher-7
    Antico-7
    Mills-4
    Capel-4
    Pino-3
    Whalen-2
    J. Rodriguez-1

    #177945
    Nigel T
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    26 Redmond
    27 Torres
    28 Romeri
    29 J. Rodriguez
    30 Koperniak

    #177946
    stlcard25
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    My picks:

    26. Edwin Nunez. 100 mph but can’t hit the broad side of a barn yet.

    27. Matt Koperniak. A lefty with a strong record of hitting and OBP, with developing power.

    28. Patrick Romeri. He is showing his ability this past year, and I think he will start at Peoria next year. He’s taking the slow and steady track.

    29. Jeremy Rivas. The young SS didn’t show much power, but he will develop it as he goes. I think he has a chance to move up next year.

    30. Ian Bedell. He might need to show that he’s not the next Gingery and get healthy, but the talent is there.

    #177949
    stlcard25
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    Voting is in! Here are your #26-30:

    26. OF Jhon Torres
    27. OF Matt Koperniak
    28. RHP Ian Bedell
    29. OF Patrick Romeri
    30. RHP Edwin Nunez

    Voting for #31-35 is now OPEN. Voting will end at 8 PM EST 7 PM CST on December 8th.

    #177950
    Cardinals27
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    31 Ralston
    32 Antico
    33 D Rodriguez
    34 Eli Sanchez
    35 DSL Red Felix Taveras

    #177953
    mudville
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    31. Dionys Rodriguez System wide TCN Starting Pitcher of the
    Year means something,
    32. Andre Granillo
    33. Jeremy Rivas $800,000 bonus. Played the whole year for
    DSL Blue at age 17.
    34. Maycol Justo – 18 years old. Should make it to Palm Beach
    in 2022.
    35, Jack Ralston

    #177955
    TheBeave
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    #31 ~ Chandler Redmond
    #32 ~ Conner Capel
    #33 ~ Jack Ralston
    #34 ~ Jacob Buchberger
    #35 ~ Dionys Rodriguez

    #177957
    flood21
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    31. Ralston
    32. Redmond
    33. Granillo
    34. Antico
    35 Capel

    #177959
    stlcard25
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    My picks:

    31. Jeremy Rivas. He may the next best SS hope in the system after Masyn Winn.

    32. Conner Capel. Like gscottar said, he’s probably a 4th OFer long term but his defense is better than I realized, thanks to some recent TCN member reporting. He may end up similar to Lars Nootbaar.

    33. Jack Ralston. I admit that he’s a little old for his league but he did strike out 101 in 67 IP. The walk rate was a little high so it’s not a given that he starts long term. Still, he should be in Springfield next year.

    34. Dionys Rodriguez. I’ll admit that peer pressure caused me to jump on this one. Excellent K rate, manageable walk rate. He should start in Peoria and have a shot to move up.

    35. Logan Gragg. He had a tough start to his season, but improved every month from June on. His August and September were especially solid. He should start in Springfield, like Ralston.

    #177965
    gscottar
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    31. Tre Fletcher
    32. Conner Capel
    33. Brady Whalen
    34. Julio Rodriguez
    35. Todd Lott

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