The Top 150 Prospect Pitcher List

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Today marks the unveiling of Pitcherlist’s Prospect Pitcher List, it is designed to help get you all caught up and informed on MLB prospects for your fantasy baseball leagues. We do apologize for the delay between our positional rankings and the top 150 lists – we encountered some technical difficulties along the way. Although this table is static, we are working toward crafting a fluid Hitter/Pitcher Lists as our leader Nick uses in his Pitcher List. Our goal is now to have that ready by August to demonstrate the shift in rankings month-to-month.

Without further ado, my colleague Adam Garland and I have released our rankings for each position and now present our mid-season top 150 pitchers. The rankings are geared toward fantasy baseball. If you notice, we also made a slight departure from traditional rankings and kept our rankings separated by hitters and pitchers. We feel that such general comparisons between hitters and pitchers are, at the end of the day, impossible to create comparative values – particularly in the minor leagues. So, to mirror our MLB lists – we have opted to keep the general comparisons between respective positions. What did we get right? What did we get wrong? If you have a specific valuation you’d like advice on – drop us a line, after all, we’re here for your dynasty. Cheers!

Top 30 Catchers
Top 30 1st Basemen
Top 30 2nd Basemen
Top 30 3rd Basemen
Top 30 Shortstops
Top 25 Outfielders
Top 50 Outfielders
Top 150 Overall Hitters
Top 150 Overall Pitchers
Adam’s Disagreements – July 23rd
Brennen’s Disagreements – July 24th

Rank Player Organization Level Age
1. Forrest Whitley Houston Astros AA 20
2. Mitch Keller Pittsburgh Pirates AAA 22
3. Brent Honeywell Tampa Bay Rays AAA (DL) 23
4. Jesus Luzardo Oakland Athletics AA 20
5. MacKenzie Gore San Diego Padres A 19
6. Michael Soroka Atlanta Braves MLB/AAA 20
7. Sixto Sanchez Philadelphia Phillies A+ 19
8. Michael Kopech Chicago White Sox AAA 22
9. Triston McKenzie Cleveland Indians AA 20
10. Hunter Greene Cincinnati Reds A 18
11. Casey Mize Detroit Tigers 21
12. Chris Paddack San Diego Padres AA 22
13. A.J. Puk Oakland Athletics AA 23
14. Brendan McKay Tampa Bay Rays A+ 22
15. Kyle Wright Atlanta Braves AA 22
16. Justus Sheffield New York Yankees AAA 22
17. Brusdar Graterol Minnesota Twins A+ 19
18. Shane Bieber Cleveland Indians MLB/AAA 23
19. Jalen Beeks Boston Red Sox AAA/MLB 24
20. Michel Baez San Diego Padres A+ 22
21. Touki Toussaint Atlanta Braves AAA 22
22. Kolby Allard Atlanta Braves AAA 20
23. Ian Anderson Atlanta Braves A+ 20
24. Nate Pearson Toronto Blue Jays A+ 21
25. Enyel De Los Santos Philadelphia Phillies AAA 22
26. Jon Duplantier Arizona Diamondbacks AA 24
27. Dane Dunning Chicago White Sox AA 23
28. Adrian Morejon San Diego Padres A+ 19
29. Dylan Cease Chicago White Sox AA 22
30. Luiz Gohara Atlanta Braves AAA/MLB 21
31. Taylor Widener Arizona Diamondbacks AA 23
32. Stephen Gonsalves Minnesota Twins AAA 24
33. Joey Wentz Atlanta Braves A+ 20
34. Matt Manning Detroit Tigers A+ 20
35. Franklin Perez Detroit Tigers A+ 20
36. Alex Faedo Detroit Tigers AA 22
37. Yusei Kikuchi 27
38. Alec Hansen Chicago White Sox AA 23
39. Dennis Santana Los Angeles Dodgers AAA/MLB 22
40. Eric Pardinho Toronto Blue Jays R 17
41. Corbin Burnes Milwaukee Brewers AAA 23
42. Jonathan Loaisiga New York Yankees MLB/AAA 23
43. Brady Singer Kansas City Royals 21
44. Shane Baz Pittsburgh Pirates R 19
45. Josh James Houston Astros AAA 25
46. Adonis Medina Philadelphia Phillies A+ 21
47. Matt Liberatore Tampa Bay Rays R 18
48. Zack Burdi Chicago White Sox AAA 23
49. Sean Reid-Foley Toronto Blue Jays AAA 23
50. Griffin Canning Los Angeles Angels AAA 22
51. Mitchell White Los Angeles Dodgers AA 23
52. Bryse Wilson Atlanta Braves AA 20
53. Dustin May Los Angeles Dodgers A+ 20
54. Ryan Borucki Toronto Blue Jays MLB/AAA 24
55. Peter Lambert Colorado Rockies AAA 21
56. Ryan Weathers San Diego Padres 18
57. Yadier Alvarez Los Angeles Dodgers AA 22
58. Jay Groome Boston Red Sox A 19
59. Corbin Martin Houston Astros AA 23
60. Zac Lowther Baltimore Orioles A+ 22
61. Cole Winn Texas Rangers 18
62. Jose Suarez Los Angeles Angels AAA 20
63. Logan Allen San Diego Padres AA 21
64. Austin Voth Washington Nationals AAA/MLB 26
65. Cole Ragans Texas Rangers A- 20
66. Justin Dunn New York Mets AA 22
67. Logan Gilbert Seattle Mariners A- 21
68. Dakota Hudson San Francisco Giants AAA 23
69. Grayson Rodriguez Baltimore Orioles 18
70. Yonny Chirinos Tampa Bay Rays MLB/AAA 24
71. Mason Denaburg Washington Nationals 18
72. Taylor Hearn Pittsburgh Pirates AA 23
73. J.B. Bukauskas Houston Astros A- 21
74. Jorge Guzman Miami Marlins A+ 24
75. Jackson Kowar Kansas City Royals 21
76. T.J. Zeuch Toronto Blue Jays AA 22
77. Ramon Rosso Philadelphia Phillies A+ 22
78. Cionel Perez Houston Astros MLB/AAA 22
79. Max Fried Atlanta Braves MLB/AAA 24
80. Beau Burrows Detroit Tigers AA 21
81. Braxton Garrett Miami Marlins A 20
82. James Kaprielian Oakland Athletics A+ 24
83. Hans Crouse Texas Rangers A- 19
84. Shane McClanahan Tampa Bay Rays 21
85. Garrett Whitlock New York Yankees A+ 22
86. Eli Morgan Cleveland Indians A+ 22
87. Cristian Javier Houston Astros A+ 21
88. Luis Patino San Diego Padres A 18
89. Sandy Alcantara Miami Marlins MLB/AAA 22
90. Jordan Yamamoto Miami Marlins AA 22
91. Rogelio Armenteros Houston Astros A- 21
92. DL Hall Baltimore Orioles A 19
93. Ethan Hankins Cleveland Indians 18
94. Daniel Lynch Kansas City Royals R 21
95. Kyle Funkhouser Detroit Tigers AAA 24
96. Nick Neidert Miami Marlins AA 21
97. Adbert Alzolay Chicago Cubs AAA 23
98. Thomas Szapucki New York Mets A 22
99. Colin Poche (RP) Tampa Bay Rays AAA 24
100. Kyle Muller Atlanta Braves A+ 20
101. Cal Quantrill San Diego Padres AA 23
102. Edgar Arredondo Texas Rangers AA 21
103. Sam Carlson Seattle Mariners R 19
104. Eric Lauer San Diego Padres AAA/MLB 23
105. Bruce Zimmermann Atlanta Braves AA 23
106. Ryan Helsley St. Louis Cardinals AAA 23
107. JoJo Romero Philadelphia Phillies AA 21
108. Alex Lange Chicago Cubs A+ 22
109. Seth Romero Washington Nationals A 22
110. Erik Swanson New York Yankees AAA 24
111. Lineras Torres Jr. Cleveland Indians 17
112. Trevor Rogers Miami Marlins A 20
113. Zack Brown Milwaukee Brewers AA 23
114. Albert Abreu New York Yankees A+ 22
115. Clarke Schmidt New York Yankees R 22
116. Daulton Jeffries Oakland Athletics A+ 22
117. Hunter Harvey Baltimore Orioles AA 23
118. Anderson Espinoza San Diego Padres A+ 20
119. Riley Pint Colorado Rockies A 19
120. Ryan Rolison Colorado Rockies R 21
121. Chance Adams New York Yankees AAA 23
122. Jorge Alcala Houston Astros AAA 22
123. Kyle Cody Texas Rangers R 23
124. Kris Bubic Kansas City Royals 20
125. David Peterson New York Mets A+ 22
126. Deivi Garcia New York Yankees A+ 19
127. Hector Perez Houston Astros A+ 22
128. Tanner Houck Boston Red Sox A+ 22
129. Jacob Nix San Diego Padres AA 22
130. Ranger Suarez Philadelphia Phillies AAA 22
131. Jairo Solis Houston Astros R 18
132. Cole Irvin Philadelphia Phillies AAA 24
133. Aaron Civale Cleveland Indians AA 23
134. Richard Gallardo Chicago Cubs 16
135. Garrett Williams San Francisco Giants AA 23
136. Pablo Lopez Miami Marlins MLB/AAA 22
137. Genesis Cabrera Tampa Bay Rays AA 21
138. Luis Medina New York Yankees R 19
139. Marcus Diplan Milwaukee Brewers AA 21
140. Tony Santillan Cincinnati Reds AA 21
141. Emilio Vargas Arizona Diamondbacks A+ 21
142. Gregory Santos San Francisco Giants A- 18
143. Josh Rogers New York Yankees AAA 24
144. Starlyn Castillo Philadelphia Phillies 16
145. Franklyn Kilome Philadelphia Phillies AA 23
146. Dean Kremer Baltimore Orioles AA 22
147. Rico Garcia Colorado Rockies AA 24
148. Shaun Anderson San Francisco Giants AA 23
149. Thomas Pannone Toronto Blue Jays AAA 24
150. Jason Bahr Texas Rangers A+ 23

Missed the Cut:
Gregory Soto, Sean Hjelle, Denyi Reyes (SP/RP), Phil Bickford, Osiel Rodriguez, Tony Gonsolin, Francisco Morales, Freddy Tarnok, Jimmie Sherfy, Yefry Ramirez, Luis Oviedo, Wyatt Marks, Sam McWilliams, Tyler Phillips.

Brennen Gorman

A lifetime Tigers fan (oh boy) getting ready to watch some good minor league baseball for the next few years. Liquor lawyer by trade, consumed by baseball statistics for pleasure? Yep. Seems about right.

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Comments


Jon

Isn’t Chris Paddack a part of the Padres organization? And isn’t there some worry that his curveball hasn’t developed a ton just yet? I almost took him in an FYPD, but went with Graterol over him because I worry that Paddack will end up as a 2 pitch pitcher.

Brennen Gorman

His fastball and changeup are definitely what has gotten Paddack by thus far, but his changeup is starting to look above average. If his changeup sticks – he’ll be a solid 3 pitch pitcher. I think its reasonable to draft Graterol over Paddack – I think Graterol could have a higher ceiling, but Paddack’s floor is much higher.

Mike Harrington

Awesome job with the prospect lists!!!! Just wondering why no Alex Reyes? I believe he’s still a prospect.
Keep up the great work and I always look forward to my morning read on your site.
Mike

ABones

Sean Doolittle & Ryan Madson for Blake Treinen, Jesus Luzardo & Sheldon Neuse….wow did Oakland do well on this trade!
Luzardo has to be up next year right? The guy is showing Ace type of stuff this year and made the Angels starting lineup look silly this spring.

Brennen Gorman

I’m thinking so, yeah. Maybe even a taste of September this year then a mid-April call-up in 2019. Then again, it is Oakland – so perhaps 2020 is more of a realistic projection.

Joe

What are your thoughts about Domingo Acevedo? I would think he’d be a top 150 pitching spec.

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