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I meant Mendoza as the Utility infielder for Memphis (still haven’t figured out the editing process)
C- Molina, Wieters
1- Goldschmidt, Ravelo
ss- DeJong, Miller
3- Carpenter, Edmon
C- Knizner, Hernandez
3- Montero, Menendez
CF Carlson, Capel
Saw on Baseball America where the Cardinals made a lot of low level roster cuts and a few “name” players, Andrew Morales and Ben Yokley
Read the article wrong we didn’t get the pitcher.
The Texas Rangers website said that the Cardinals also received a RH AAA reliever Jimmy Herget, 26 year old.
The Cardinals also lost first baseman Dariel Gomez from State College to Seattle.
Interesting that Helsley and Thomas were eligible for Baseball America’s,
but not The Cardinal Nation’s prospect list.
I’d protect SeiJas also but if it came down between Woodford and Leone, its bye bye Dominic.
I thought it was that, but didn’t know if Nogowski was blackmailing someone. lol
Ramon Santos didn’t make our top 75 list but he had a pretty good year at Palm Beach and figure he would be at Double A next year if he would sign back with Cards.
66. Roel Rameriez
70. Rayder Ascanio
62. Roel Rameriez
63. Tyler Reichenborn
58. Roel Rameriez
55. Nathaniel Heredia
CC: Edgar Escobar is #37. Unless this is some other.
43. Ludwin Jimenez
44. Max Schrock
46. Yariel Gonzo
41. Ludwin Jimenez
42. Madmax Schrock
Our top 30 has a pretty good distribution by position but is top heavy by league:
Majority of playing time:
12 AAA, 6 AA, 4 A+, 2 A, 6 A-) (A- = (State college, Johnson City, GCL and DSL)
13 Pitchers (4 AAA,4 AA, 2 A+, 1 A, 2 A-)
3 Catchers (1 AAA, 1 AA, 1 A+)
1 First (A+)
1 Second (AAA)
3 Short (1 AAA, 1 A, 1 A-)
3 Third (1 AA, 1 A+, 1 A-)
6 Outfield ( 3 AAA, 1 AA, 2 A-)
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31. E Mendoza