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  • #154663
    Brian Walton
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    You are correct on timing. Ideally, I would get to see them first and get the informal word on them in camp.

    #154664
    14NyquisT
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    BW…. that’s the best thing to do. Thx

    #156840
    14NyquisT
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    Flores Jr. was # 27 on CWS top-30 prospect list. Where does he fit in here?

    #156841
    stlcard25
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    I think our new international signing, Luis Piño, may have fit into the top 50 as well if he’d been eligible in time.

    #156852
    Cardinals27
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    I would think Pino would be somewhere in the 15-20 range, Flores would be in a similar place as Garret Williams in the 30s, IMO.

    #156959
    14NyquisT
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    Agree

    #164334
    Cardinals27
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    Wow, I just did my best guess at a top 30, plus honorable mentions. There is a ton of turnover, downgrades, and upgrades. While there is an an increase of hitting prospects and depth, the pitching depth is `at all time low that can remember. I am keeping in mind that some will not keep up a hot streak, as they are now. Winn and Jew may fit in this category, but there is no denying their talent. In my mind, Burleson and Nootbaar are the biggest surprises. Nootbaar’s obp was always intriguing, but he has been hitting with power, which he had not shown before. I hope Burleson (along with Nootbaar) can keep up what he is doing, as he may vie for a starting outfield job in the next year or 2. I have Burleson up to my number 8 prospect.

    #164347
    14NyquisT
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    I’d be interested where Nootbaar, Pallante and Prater showed up.

    #164495
    Cardinals27
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    Assuming that Whitley, Oviedo, Carlson, Williams and Sosa are not eligible, I have Walker moving up to 3, Burleson at 8, Pallante at 9, Nootbaar at 18, and Prater at 23.

    #164514
    14NyquisT
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    It seems that you got the guys that will move up this fall/winter.

    #164608
    CardsFanInChiTown
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    If Walker keeps doing what he’s doing, I could see him leap frogging Gorman, Liberatore and Herrera actually.

    19 years old, in A ball, 17/17 BB/K, 6 HR in 100 AB’s, 14 XBH’s in 100 AB’s, 1.185 OPS….. That’s not to shabby!

    #164685
    14NyquisT
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    Yep….IMO Walker will be moved up asap. There are a few more that will push their way into a step up. Herrera is not having a top3 season. There will be a handful of prospect losing eligibility so spots will open up but that won’t make the farm system any better. We’ll see how the season numbers play out and select accordingly in the Fall.

    #166794
    Cardinals27
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    I am guessing Mcgreevy is in the top 6, and Baez in the top 15?

    #166814
    14NyquisT
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    I’m guessing both will be a bit higher

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