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Philly_05 wrote:I see 1 lists with Trout in the top 30 and only 2 have him in the top 50. ESPN and PP are not the best sites and the only ones that come close to supporting your claims. PP moves prospects around way to easily jumping 20-30 spots on a whim.
SB - 102
BA - 85
BP - 53
MLB - 57
ESPN - 49
PP - 54/24
Trout went 6-for-14 with a pair of doubles and three stolen bases over the weekend, but that's nothing new, as the 2009 first-round pick is now batting .373/.450/.554 with 37 stolen bases in 69 games. Nobody in the Midwest League is generating scouting reports anywhere close to Trout's, and in the span of fewer than three months, he's gone from an intriguing, toolsy outfielder to one of the best prospects still in the minors.
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