Matt Ryerson-US PRESSWIRE
Who is the Rays' ninth best prospect?
With 43% of the vote, Blake Snell wins the
sixth eighth spot.
1. Chris Archer (49%)
2. Taylor Guerrieri (65%)
3. Hak-Ju Lee (70%)
4. Richie Shaffer (48%)
5. Alex Colome (50%)
6. Blake Snell (43%)
Due to the major changes in the state of the Rays farm system, we will work to incorporate the new prospects in as well as voting for the 9th best prospect.
The names for the candidates are listed in the comments' section as usual. Below the "Testers" comment, you will see a comment reading "Adding Wil Myers" and another comment reading "Adding Jake Odorizzi."
Simply vote for the spot where you think these two prospects should be. If you think Myers is the best prospect (I would hope so), then vote #1 in reply to "Adding Wil Myers." If you think Odorizzi is worse than Shaffer but better than Colome, vote #5 to his comment. Technically he would be #6 since Myers will be added ahead of him, but for right now, go with the number for the corresponding position on the list as it stands now.
If Myers is elected the best prospect and Odorizzi the fifth best, then I will adjust the list to go in the following order:
Candidates: Todd Glaesmann (CF) (SS), Enny Romero(LHP), Jake Hager (SS), Drew Vettleson (OF), Tim Beckham (SS/2B), Josh Sale(OF), Felipe Rivero (LHP), Jeff Ames (RHP), Jesse Hahn (RHP), Mikie Mahtook (OF), Tyler Goeddel (3B), Andrew Toles (OF), Mike Montgomery (LHP), and Patrick Leonard (3B).
Click onto the player's name to view their statistics. Scouting reports for these players can be found on the web, including Baseball America, ESPN, Baseball Prospectus, Minor League Ball, raysbaseball.com, and various other resources.