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FutureSox Top 30: Midseason


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Nice list.  Very informative. The only real surprise for me was Veras.  He has outperformed Kath at 2 levels. Neither of them look that great at 3rd. I get the bat-first profile, but I can’t think of 20 guys I’d have ahead of him let alone 30.  Then again, I have a pretty low opinion of the Sox “pitching depth” like Bilous, Stiever etc.  Anyway, really interesting read. Thanks for all the work you guys do over there.

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10 minutes ago, Timmy U said:

Nice list.  Very informative. The only real surprise for me was Veras.  He has outperformed Kath at 2 levels. Neither of them look that great at 3rd. I get the bat-first profile, but I can’t think of 20 guys I’d have ahead of him let alone 30.  Then again, I have a pretty low opinion of the Sox “pitching depth” like Bilous, Stiever etc.  Anyway, really interesting read. Thanks for all the work you guys do over there.

I’d assume kath is still more likely to stick at third. Veras has been mostly in the 1B/DH track. 

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Here's the question.  Out of this list, who is the guy most likely to pop next year and end up in the FS top 10 by this time next year?

For me, i think one of the pitchers could go quickly, going to guess Freeman gets healthy next year and ends up in Chicago.

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24 minutes ago, Quin said:

Only got through #3 on the podcast on my commute, but bold of @Sleepy Harold putting Davis Martin at 4.

I like it.

Davis is the kind of guy we'd historically trade to Oakland and then he'd go on to be a solid #3 for like 5 years for them.

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6 hours ago, southsider2k5 said:

Here's the question.  Out of this list, who is the guy most likely to pop next year and end up in the FS top 10 by this time next year?

For me, i think one of the pitchers could go quickly, going to guess Freeman gets healthy next year and ends up in Chicago.

Jacob Burke for me 

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19 hours ago, southsider2k5 said:

Here's the question.  Out of this list, who is the guy most likely to pop next year and end up in the FS top 10 by this time next year?

For me, i think one of the pitchers could go quickly, going to guess Freeman gets healthy next year and ends up in Chicago.

I'll go with Jordan Sprinkle. If he can hit w/ his defensive ability, watch out. 

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1 hour ago, Quin said:

For a bottom tier system, I really like the Top 10.

The Sox system has lacked depth even when it was at its best.  We seem like we would rather have an extra A type of guy, versus a lot of C's and a few B's to see who emerges.

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The system could see a significant ranking jump next year. There's legitimately 4-5 arms that can sky rocket up prospect charts. Additionally if Sosa opens the year raking in Charlotte he's a legitimate top 100 prospect.

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