1st annual mid season top 20 Sal league prospects list

Brendan Rodgers, courtesy of milb.com

Hey guys, were halfway through through the season in the SAL, 70 games down and 70 to go.  It’s been a fun ride so far.

I’m introducing a new annual feature at Notes. Here’s my 1st annual Mid Season Sally top 20 prospect list.

If I’ve written about the player I will include the link. Cheers

Questions/comments feel free to use the bottom of the page or I’m on Twitter @AshevilleSoxFan Thank You.

 

1) Brendan Rodgers- My 1st look at Brendan Rodgers, SS, Asheville

2) Victor Robles- My 1st look at Victor Robles, CF, Hagerstown

3) Anderson Espinosa- Scouting Anderson Espinoza, RHP, Greenville

4) Dillon Tate- Scouting Dillon Tate, RHP, Hickory

5) Mike Soroka- Scouting Mike Soroka, RHP, Rome

6) Peter Lambert- Scouting Peter Lambert, RHP, Asheville

7) Kolby Allard- Scouting Kolby Allard, LHP, Rome

8) Cornelius Randolph- My 1st look at Cornelius Randoph

9) Michael Chavis- Thoughts on Michael Chavis, 3B, Greenville

10) Josh Naylor- My 1st look at Josh Naylor 1B, Greensboro

11) Lucius Fox- My 1st look at Lucius Fox, SS, Augusta

12) Tito Polo- Two under the radar Toolsy center fielders

13) Ke’Bryan Hayes- My 1st look at Ke’Bryan Hayes, 3B, WV Power

14) Ryan Mountcastle- My 1st look at Ryan Mountcastle, SS, Delmarva

15) Yeyson Yrizarri- My 1st look at Yeyson Yrizarri SS, Hickory

16) Josh Ockimey- Thoughts on Josh Ockimey, 1B, Greenville

17) Jalen Miller- My 1st look at Jalen Miller, 2B, Augusta

18) Touki Toussaint- Sally SP matchup of the day: Tinoco vs Toussaint

19) Milton Ramos- MY 1st look at Milton Ramos, SS, Columbia

20) Mitch Keller

21) Ronald Acuna

 

Rodgers vs Robles is a tough call, two very talented players, many people would have the order reversed.  For me it comes down to Rodgers power potential. Would you rather have potential 310-25-10 in the middle infield or potential  310-10-40 in center.  I’ll take the middle infield power but there’s no wrong answer here.

There’s a gap after 4 and after 10.

Touki was difficult to place, his range of outcomes are enormous he could be up with Tate and Espinosa in a couple of years or outside the top 200.

20-21 I haven’t seen yet, I’m confident they’re top 25 talent but I can’t rank them or write about them until I see them.

There are pitchers who had very good 1st halves that I didn’t get to see but might have been top 25 material.  Patrick Weigel and Pedro Payano are good examples of this.

I tinkered with the order for a few hours but at some point you just have to submit it.

 

 

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10 thoughts on “1st annual mid season top 20 Sal league prospects list”

    1. Conlon I didn’t see, Riley didn’t make my list and Acuna I forgot to add him at the end I hadn’t seen him yet but I’m confident he’ll make the list when I do. So now he’s #21 thanks for the reminder.

      1. Thanks! I’ve seen Conlon twice including the game he pitched 10 innings in under 100 pitches, he’s got a great changeup. I think Ocuna might still be on the DL but he was definitely impressive last year.

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