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Willie McCovey Memorial 2019 Community Prospect List #29

A new group of nominees joins the poll!

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We’re getting there, guys!

Pitcher Pat Ruotolo wins the #28 spot with 35% of the vote, breaking the list of outfielders.

Here’s our list:

  1. Joey Bart
  2. Heliot Ramos
  3. Marco Luciano
  4. Shaun Anderson
  5. Logan Webb
  6. Alexander Canario
  7. Chris Shaw
  8. Ray Black
  9. Melvin Adon
  10. Sean Hjelle
  11. Gregory Santos
  12. Aramis Garcia
  13. Heath Quinn
  14. Juan De Paula
  15. Jalen Miller
  16. Ryan Howard
  17. Camilo Doval
  18. Jacob Gonzalez
  19. Jake Wong
  20. Luis Toribio
  21. Seth Corry
  22. Abiatal Avelino
  23. Sandro Fabian
  24. Garrett Williams
  25. Diego Rincones
  26. Jairo Pomares
  27. Drew Ferguson
  28. Pat Ruotolo

We still have a couple of outfielders on our nominee list, but it’s time for some new names! We just barely avoided a big tie, but we’ve got three new pitchers on the list: Tyler Beede (14 recs), Conner Menez (14) and Mac Marshall (11) and one new outfielder, Malique Ziegler (10). So check out the names below...remember, first name goes to the BB-Ref page, last goes to Fangraph.

Aaron Bond

Conner Menez

Jose Marte

Mac Marshall

Malique Ziegler

Travis Bergen

Tyler Beede


Who is the 2019 #29 Prospect

This poll is closed

  • 7%
    Aaron Bond
    (14 votes)
  • 8%
    Conner Menez
    (16 votes)
  • 17%
    Jose Marte
    (33 votes)
  • 4%
    Mac Marshall
    (9 votes)
  • 8%
    Malique Ziegler
    (16 votes)
  • 21%
    Travis Bergen
    (41 votes)
  • 33%
    Tyler Beede
    (64 votes)
193 votes total Vote Now

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And, one final note, here’s the list of Minor League coaches this year.

A few names we know as past prospects on that list. I’m going to have to go say hi to Thomas Neal down in San Jose, and check out Osiris Matos and Hector Borg among others on the DSL coaching list. Not a lot of notable new names being brought in, although Bill Hayes is managing San Jose. Hayes managed there before in 2002 before becoming a Bullpen coach for the big league team through 2017. He was a roving coach this year.