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Postby Cleveland Steamers » Thu Mar 28, 2013 4:08 pm

Who is in your top 10?

I know I saw CBS did one. I believe Keith Law did one as well. I just saw on my twitter that a new blog at [url]baseballcombover.com[/url] did one all the way to 100 with commentaries which was really interesting. For those of us who follow prospects and love fantasy, these lists are always fun to look over. I'm just curious what others think are truly the top 10?
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Re: Top 100 fantasy prospects

Postby RedHopeful » Thu Mar 28, 2013 5:20 pm

My top 10:

1. Taveras
2. Boegarts
3. Bundy
4. Myers
5. Yelich
6. Sano
7. Puig
8. Profar
9. Baez
10. Miller
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Re: Top 100 fantasy prospects

Postby Cleveland Steamers » Fri Mar 29, 2013 10:09 am

RedHopeful wrote:My top 10:

1. Taveras
2. Boegarts
3. Bundy
4. Myers
5. Yelich
6. Sano
7. Puig
8. Profar
9. Baez
10. Miller


Brad Miller from Seattle? They have a very nice system with a handful of under-rated guys like Miller, Stefen Romero, Victor Sanchez, Gabriel Guerrero, etc.

I'd like to see how Puig hits in full season this year before jumping him into the stop 10. Sano's power potential it worthly of a top 10. I think it really depends on a mix of potential, readiness, etc for a fantasy situation. Would I take Sano over Profar in a redraft? Absolutely not. But I can assure he'd be close to Profar in a start up dynasty league.
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Re: Top 100 fantasy prospects

Postby RedHopeful » Fri Mar 29, 2013 2:14 pm

Cleveland Steamers wrote:Brad Miller from Seattle? They have a very nice system with a handful of under-rated guys like Miller, Stefen Romero, Victor Sanchez, Gabriel Guerrero, etc.

I'd like to see how Puig hits in full season this year before jumping him into the stop 10. Sano's power potential it worthly of a top 10. I think it really depends on a mix of potential, readiness, etc for a fantasy situation. Would I take Sano over Profar in a redraft? Absolutely not. But I can assure he'd be close to Profar in a start up dynasty league.

Sorry, no, Shelby Miller. Definitely like Brad Miller though.

Reason I've got Profar a little lower is because I don't see him having the highest of ceilings. On the other hand, Puig seems more enticing, from reading a bunch of first hand accounts to naturally his production.
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Re: Top 100 fantasy prospects

Postby Cleveland Steamers » Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:35 am

RedHopeful wrote:
Cleveland Steamers wrote:Brad Miller from Seattle? They have a very nice system with a handful of under-rated guys like Miller, Stefen Romero, Victor Sanchez, Gabriel Guerrero, etc.

I'd like to see how Puig hits in full season this year before jumping him into the stop 10. Sano's power potential it worthly of a top 10. I think it really depends on a mix of potential, readiness, etc for a fantasy situation. Would I take Sano over Profar in a redraft? Absolutely not. But I can assure he'd be close to Profar in a start up dynasty league.

Sorry, no, Shelby Miller. Definitely like Brad Miller though.

Reason I've got Profar a little lower is because I don't see him having the highest of ceilings. On the other hand, Puig seems more enticing, from reading a bunch of first hand accounts to naturally his production.


I have no idea how I jumped to Brad Miller when I saw the last name Miller. I had Shelby high in my ranks and didn't think the same when I saw yours. I have no idea how that happened. With Profar being at SS and being so young, it's hard to say. I've seen scouts saying his ceiling is 30/30+ but then another say it's more likely 15-20HR, 30SB. There's a big difference there, no doubt.
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