Repeating a post here for visibility...
OK, Just for fun, here is my early season all-prospect team by position. Mostly guys I would love to see continue to do well. A personal list, not based on top-prospect lists: (alternates with a *)
C--Caleb Ricketts, JS: 954 OPS at CLW, Hitting almost .300 at JS
1B--Carlos De la Cruz Reading: .509 SLG at Reading, looks good defensively at 1B
1B*--Rixon Wingrove, JS: 874 OPS at JS is nothing to sneeze at, even for a LHB
2B--Hao Yu Lee, JS: .405 OBP ất Jerseey Shore in a pitcher's environment
SS--William Bergolla, Rookie League: (no stats yet)
SS*--Casey Martin, JS: 777 OPS for the defensive wizard, but he's a senior citizen in A+ ball
3B--Otto Kemp, CLW: 880 OPS, but old for the league [Drew Ellis, Matt Kroon, and Nick Ward are all playing well, Ellis especially with a +1000 OPS in 10 games at Reading, but all appear to be career minor league type players]
LF--Simon Muzziotti, LV: 962 OPS with a .395 AVG, I'm not happy he's playing so much LF
RF--Ethan Wilson, Reading: 1010 OPS is encouraging even though the sample size is small
CF--Justin Crawford, CLW: 757 OPS, but patience and power are still developing
Pitching...(top 3 guys are all either missing (Painter, McGarry) or inconsistent(Abel))
RHSP--Alex MacFarlane, CLW: AM has 31 Ks in only 22 innings so far.
LHSP--Samuel Aldegheri, CLW: 30 Ks in 21 IP against only 6 walks
[starting pitching prospects are scarce right now above low-A]
RHRP-- Orion Kierkering, JS: 19 Ks and 2 BBs in 12 innings actross two levels
RHRP--Jack Dallas, CLW: 0.44 ERA with 23 Ks in 20 IP; they might be stretching him out to start
RHRP--Brett Schulze, Reading: 21 Ks and only 4 BBs, a few too many HRs early
LHRP--Wesley Moore, CLW: 26 Ks and 6 BBs in 15 IPs with a 0.60 ERA
LHRP--Jordi Martinez, JS: 17 Ks in 14 IP with good control
RHP(no designation)--Wen Hui Pan, CLW: 19Ks in 17 IP with one ER allowed.
Comments welcome!! Who are your "wanna-see" guys?