The new lists will begin posting on Thursday. Joining Kevin and I this time will be BurGi, who replaces Jake, who replaced Andy. We are still working on the lists, so there is plenty of time to lobby for the players you feel should be included. Let us know what you think!
For convenience, the November lists by Kevin and I are republished below.
Rk Doug Milhoan Rk Kevin Gengler 1 Jeremy Hellickson 1 Jeremy Hellickson 2 Matt Moore 2 Matt Moore 3 Desmond Jennings 3 Desmond Jennings 4 Alex Cobb 4 Alex Torres 5 Jake McGee 5 Alex Cobb 6 Alex Colome 6 Alex Colome 7 Alex Torres 7 Jake McGee 8 Jake Thompson 8 Josh Sale 9 Joseph Cruz 9 Joseph Cruz 10 Drew Vettleson 10 Nick Barnese 11 Josh Sale 11 Jake Thompson 12 Nick Barnese 12 Wilking Rodriguez 13 Tyler Bortnick 13 Justin O'Conner 14 Enny Romero 14 Luke Bailey 15 Wilking Rodriguez 15 Drew Vettleson 16 Justin O'Conner 16 Tim Beckham 17 Albert Suarez 17 Ty Morrison 18 Scott Shuman 18 Derek Dietrich 19 Luke Bailey 19 Enny Romero 20 Tim Beckham 20 Ryan Brett 21 Kyle Lobstein 21 Scott Shuman 22 Stephen Vogt 22 Hector Guevara 23 Shane Dyer 23 Todd Glaesmann 24 Wilmer Almonte 24 Tyler Bortnick 25 Ryan Brett 25 Albert Suarez 26 Aneury Rodriguez 26 Jesse Hahn 27 Zach Quate 27 Kyle Lobstein 28 Todd Glaesmann 28 Zach Quate 29 Ty Morrison 29 Cesar Perez 30 Derek Dietrich 30 Braulio LaraNotes:
- The only players from the November lists who are no longer eligible are Jeremy Hellickson (over MLB innings cutoff) and Aneury Rodriguez (lost in Rule 5 draft). We use the same prospects cutoffs as BA: 130 MLB at-bats, 50 MLB innings pitched, and 30 MLB relief appearances.
- The November lists were done prior to the Rays trades with the Padres and Cubs, so none of the players acquired were included. You might see a couple of those players in our new lists.
- Original summary post (including Jake's rankings) is here.
- Doug's November list with commentary is here.
- Kevin's November list with commentary is here.
Ahh, am I missing something? Is there supposed to be an updated list?ReplyDelete
Sorry, I wasn't very clear. The lists begin on Thursday. This post is just to let you know there will be new lists, remind you of the last lists, and give you a chance to weigh in. I moved a few things around and deleted some words, so it was confusing. Thanks for pointing that out. Just added a bold sentence that they begin Thursday.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the clarification. The in-season updated list is a great idea. I'll be checking back Thursday.ReplyDelete
My vote is for Vogt no position player on this list including Jennings and Beckham comes close to these numbers. Not to mention that he is averaging almost an RBI a game. It's a shame that he missed all of 2009 or he might be on the big league team right now given all the positions he can play.ReplyDelete
AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO OBP SLG OPSReplyDelete
.368 95 28 35 7 2 5 38 8 15 .402 .642 1.044
.344 61 22 21 4 1 1 28 5 14 .371 .492 .863