BaseballAmerica's New-York Penn League top 20 prospects list is out, and two Rays made the cut: Righty Alex Colome at #2, and left-hander Kyle Lobstein at #10. The list and a small write-up is free, but the scouting reports are insider-only. Here's a little taste:
#2 RHP Alex Colome
[He] attacks hitters with a lively 92-94 mph fastball that touches 95-96, even deep into outings. He complements it with a 78-80 mph curveball with sharp, late 11-to-5 break. He's working on a changeup to use against lefthanders, and it has excellent movement at times, but he has a tendency to throw it too hard and still is developing feel for the pitch.
#10 LHP Kyle Lobstein
Lobstein's size, clean arm action and textbook delivery suggest projection, but some scouts think his mechanics are too manufactured and that he'll never have better than an average fastball. He's always around the plate with three pitches, and his 78-79 mph downer curveball is a solid-average offering. His changeup could develop into an average pitch.
The only other Renegade who really had a chance to make the list was Jason McEachern, who might've had a better shot had he not started in Princeton.