Where do the Phillies prospects rank in the latest top-100
MLB Pipeline, the scouting and prospect experts at MLB.com, released their latest top-100 prospects list and their top-30 prospects for each organization. The Phillies list didn’t change much at the top, but some new names emerged throughout the list.
Both Adam Haseley and Mickey Moniak fell out of the top-100 overall ranking for Philadelphia, but Haseley could be right back in there once prospects are promoted during the summer and in September.
This latest ranking now includes the Phillies top two players drafted in 2018, first round pick Alec Bohm and fourth-round pick Colton Eastman.
Here are the Phillies top-30 prospects according to MLB Pipeline with the newcomers listed.
Sixto Sanchez, RHP (#17 overall, #5 RHP)
Alec Bohm, 3B (#46 overall, #4 3B, Newcomer))
Adonis Medina, RHP (#76 overall)
Adam Haseley, OF
JoJo Romero, LHP
Mickey Moniak, OF
Jhaylin Ortiz, OF
Ranger Suarez, LHP
Enyel De Los Santos, RHP
Franklyn Kilome, RHP
Cole Irvin, LHP
Arquimedes Gamboa, SS
Daniel Brito, 2B
Francisco Morales, RHP
Luis Garcia, SS
Roman Quinn, OF
Dylan Cozens, OF
Jose Gomez, INF
Kyle Young, LHP
Spencer Howard, RHP
David Parkinson, LHP (Newcomer)
Drew Anderson, RHP
Kyle Dohy, LHP (Newcomer)
Cornelius Randolph, OF
Connor Seabold, RHP
Dominic Pipkin, RHP (Newcomer)
Kevin Gowdy, RHP
Jhordany Mezquita, LHP
Thomas Eshelman, RHP
Colton Eastman, RHP (Newcomer)
Players Who Graduated From the List: Scott Kingery, Seranthony Dominguez, JP Crawford, Jorge Alfaro, Victor Arano
Players Who Fell Off the List: Cole Stobbe, Abraham Gutierrez, Edgar Garcia, McKenzie Mills, J.D. Hammer
Biggest Fall: Cornelius Randolph (18 to 24)
Biggest Jump: Cole Irvin (26 to 11)
A couple of the players mentioned on this list have or are set to make their major league debuts. Dylan Cozens, Drew Anderson, Enyel De Los Santos, and Roman Quinn have already made an impact on the major league team, while Ranger Suarez will make his major league debut against Cincinnati on Thursday.
I’m surprised Anderson, Randolph, and Quinn remained on the list given their shortcomings and in the case of Quinn injuries.
Randolph has been the biggest disappointment of that group being a first round pick in 2015. He’s hitting just .230 in Double-A right now.