2013 Community Prospect Rankings- Q: What Number Does Garrett Rank? A: Amir 22!

JAZZ HANDS FOR BASEBALL - Mike Stobe

A mere #22 indeed. Amir Garrett could be so, so good.

The people have spoken, and the #22 spot on our list goes to: upside! The St. Johns benchwarmer should quit basketball and focus on baseball (Notice how I didn't say quit college). He's lanky, lefthanded, and throws gas, and he's got the foundations to be a very nice pitcher if things work out right. In a Prospect Rankings of the future, you, the Community could have him comfortably in the top ten. I hope that happens. Anyway, getting toward the end! You only have to keep your voting pants on just a bit longer.

KYLE WALDROP, OF, 21
Highest 2012 Level: Low A (Dayton Dragons)
Eye-Poppingest Fact: Not a single thing stands out as of yet, but he is starting to put everything together slowly but surely.
Most Worrisome Fact: 151 strikeouts to 49 walks so far in his professional career.
Alias(es): Waldrop-Astoria; "Brick" Waldrop
Best Case Scenario: 4th outfielder with a chance to be a starter, maybe?

JON MOSCOT, RHP, 21
Highest 2012 Level:
Rookie League (Billings Mustangs)
Eye-Poppingest Fact: 4.33 K/BB
Most Worrisome Fact: Low ceiling, unproven
Alias(es): Gopper; The Muskrat
Best Case Scenario: Mid-rotation potential. Mike Leake-type?

SETH MEJIAS-BREAN, 3B, 21
Highest 2012 Level:
Rookie League (Billings Mustangs)
Eye-Poppingest Fact: 8 HRs in 46 games of pro ball
Most Worrisome Fact: 2 HRs his ENTIRE college career
Alias(es): 3-Brean Casserole
Best Case Scenario: "Generic cop out answer because I have no idea"

JOSH FELLHAUER, OF, 24
Highest 2012 Level: AA (Pensacola Blue Wahoos)
Eye-Poppingest Fact: 1:1 K:BB ratio in 399 PAs in 2012
Most Worrisome Fact: Lack of HR power
Alias(es): The Hellflower
Best Case Scenario: 4th OF with an outside shot at starting

NEFTALI SOTO, 1B, 23
Highest 2012 Level:
AAA (Louisville Bats)
Eye-poppingest Fact:
31 dingers and a .909 OPS in 2011.
Most Worrisome Fact:
Only 14 dingers and a .713 OPS in 2012
Alias(es):
Sotomatic for the People?
Best Case Scenario:
He could very likely end up a AAAA guy, maybe a 1B/DH for an AL club if he turns it around.

DREW CISCO, RHP, 21
Highest 2012 Level:
Rookie League (Billings Mustangs)
Eye-poppingest Fact: 1.08 BB/9 in 2012 coming off of Tommy John
Most Worrisome Fact:
Inexperience; K/9 under 7
Alias(es):
Thong Song
Best Case Scenario:
Back-end starter

Cisco, the club's 2010 6th-rounder, saw his first taste of pro ball go pretty well, posting a 3.39 ERA (2.91 FIP) in 58 1/3 innings this season. Fun fact: he's the grandson of longtime pitching coach Galen Cisco, so he's been around baseball all his life. The South Carolina native has 3 solid pitches he can throw for strikes, and an understanding of how to use them, so that bodes well for him.

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