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    Four unsigned Jays picks from the 2014 draft are ranked in BA's top 100 College prospects for this year.

    8) RHP Tanner Houck (12th round)
    74) RHP Zach Pop (23rd round) - from Brampton
    77) LHP Jake Latz (11th round)
    79) C Mike Papierski (16th round)

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/colle...QIszXl58jwr.97

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    Hoping Zach Pop makes it to the bigs one day. It'll make up for the failures of Chip Cannon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pendleton View Post
    Four unsigned Jays picks from the 2014 draft are ranked in BA's top 100 College prospects for this year.

    8) RHP Tanner Houck (12th round)
    74) RHP Zach Pop (23rd round) - from Brampton
    77) LHP Jake Latz (11th round)
    79) C Mike Papierski (16th round)

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/colle...QIszXl58jwr.97
    Meh, just the part of drafting prospects you aren't able to sign. Every team has that.

    Cleveland has 3:

    11 Wil Crowe, rhp, South Carolina R-R 6-2 250 Indians ’16 (21)
    26 Joe Dunand, ss/3b, North Carolina State R-R 6-2 205 Indians ’14 (35)
    48 K.J. Harrison, 1b, Oregon State bba_video_icon_red R-R 6-0 208 Indians ’14 (25)

    I guess technically as Steve Sanders is the new scouting director, should look at Boston's list.

    2 Jeren Kendall, of, Vanderbilt bba_video_icon_red L-R 6-0 190 Red Sox ’14 (30)
    30 David Peterson, lhp, Oregon bba_video_icon_red L-L 6-6 242 Red Sox ’14 (28)
    53 J.J. Matijevic, of/1b, Arizona bba_video_icon_red L-R 6-0 206 Red Sox ’14 (22)

    Dang! Did not know they nabbed Kendall. Hopefully Sanders/Cherington magic has a few steals this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baubau View Post
    Meh, just the part of drafting prospects you aren't able to sign. Every team has that.

    Cleveland has 3:

    11 Wil Crowe, rhp, South Carolina R-R 6-2 250 Indians ’16 (21)
    26 Joe Dunand, ss/3b, North Carolina State R-R 6-2 205 Indians ’14 (35)
    48 K.J. Harrison, 1b, Oregon State bba_video_icon_red R-R 6-0 208 Indians ’14 (25)

    I guess technically as Steve Sanders is the new scouting director, should look at Boston's list.

    2 Jeren Kendall, of, Vanderbilt bba_video_icon_red L-R 6-0 190 Red Sox ’14 (30)
    30 David Peterson, lhp, Oregon bba_video_icon_red L-L 6-6 242 Red Sox ’14 (28)
    53 J.J. Matijevic, of/1b, Arizona bba_video_icon_red L-R 6-0 206 Red Sox ’14 (22)

    Dang! Did not know they nabbed Kendall. Hopefully Sanders/Cherington magic has a few steals this draft.
    I don't know if you got the impression that I was complaining or something but I was just merely posting the info in case someone found it interesting. I'm aware that lot's of HS picks go unsigned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pendleton View Post
    I don't know if you got the impression that I was complaining or something but I was just merely posting the info in case someone found it interesting. I'm aware that lot's of HS picks go unsigned.
    Something haha. Got you now tho. Thanks for sharing it! Was interesting indeed.

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    Havent posted in a while. Has Alford moved out of the 103rd best prospect range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebel111 View Post
    Havent posted in a while. Has Alford moved out of the 103rd best prospect range?
    When Alford makes it to the show I'm getting a jersey with the number 103 on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King View Post
    Tellez and Pimp Foley too

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    That's a whole lot of handsome 😉

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    Leave it to King to be on top of the Tim Leiper tweets.

    Also, looks like Borucki in the middle behind Greene and Urena second from the left.

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    I don't see Alford?


    Edit. Nevermind lol

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    Do you see the Blue Jays' Vladimir Guerrero Jr. staying at third base long term? And has he made his way into your Top 50 yet?
    -- Peter C., Chicago
    Though it's unclear whether Guerrero can remain at the hot corner, he looked better than expected in his pro debut last summer. He possesses the arm strength for third base and has improved his range, but he still has a very thick lower half and may not have enough quickness or range once he's physically mature.
    Guerrero, who signed for $3.9 million out of the Dominican Republic in 2015 -- his father got a mere $2,100 from the Expos 22 years earlier -- will be a star no matter where he plays. He has advanced hitting ability and massive power potential, and he easily handled the Rookie-level Appalachian League as its youngest regular (age 17). He easily cracked my personal Top 50 at No. 31 and I may rue placing him that low when I look back later this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King View Post
    Do you see the Blue Jays' Vladimir Guerrero Jr. staying at third base long term? And has he made his way into your Top 50 yet?
    -- Peter C., Chicago
    Though it's unclear whether Guerrero can remain at the hot corner, he looked better than expected in his pro debut last summer. He possesses the arm strength for third base and has improved his range, but he still has a very thick lower half and may not have enough quickness or range once he's physically mature.
    Guerrero, who signed for $3.9 million out of the Dominican Republic in 2015 -- his father got a mere $2,100 from the Expos 22 years earlier -- will be a star no matter where he plays. He has advanced hitting ability and massive power potential, and he easily handled the Rookie-level Appalachian League as its youngest regular (age 17). He easily cracked my personal Top 50 at No. 31 and I may rue placing him that low when I look back later this year.
    Who's replying to the question?
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    Synder is mediocre at best this year. Let me know when Synder is giving up less runs per game than Sanchez, until then I'll take Sanchez

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orgfiller View Post
    Who's replying to the question?
    Callis

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    Quote Originally Posted by King View Post
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    Wow, good to hear! When is the overall Top 100 coming out?

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