The last poll would be one that could've gone to a runoff, but since the preference seems to be no runoff unless it's tied, I'm moving on.
A couple things I wanted to mention but didn't because I closed the comments:
Nathan Karns has been an option since the very first poll, but he didn't receive his first votes until the last one.
Nine different players got votes, easily surpassing the previous high.
Down on the Farm doesn't continue in the offseason because I work full-time, and the benefits of doing it year-round don't seem worth it. The last couple offseasons, I had planned on doing weekly or every other week winter league updates, but clearly that slipped through the cracks.
1. SS Willy Adames (91.6%)
2. OF Steven Souza (52.6%)
3. RHP Taylor Guerrieri (51.4% in runoff)
4. RHP Alex Colome (68.8%)
5. 2B Ryan Brett (51.2% in runoff)
6. C Justin O'Conner (70%)
7. SS Adrian Rondon (36.6%)
1B Jake Bauers (L/L, 6'1 195, 19 in 2015)
2014 statistics with Class A Fort Wayne: .296/.376/.414, 8 HR, 29 XBH, 10.9 BB%, 17.1 K%
Acquired in the Wil Myers trade, Bauers doesn't really fit the typical first base profile. Nevertheless, Baseball America ranked him as the 20th best prospect in the Midwest League. For such a young hitter, he has a strong approach at the plate and can hit any kind of pitch, and he makes a lot of contact. He also plays a good first base.
He's expected to start the 2015 season with Class A-Advanced Charlotte.
C Nick Ciuffo (L/R, 6'1 205, 20 in 2015)
2014 statistics with Rookie Princeton: .224/.289/.333, 4 HR, 12 XBH, 8.1 BB%, 21.3%
Seen as a pretty balanced catcher coming out of high school in 2013, Ciuffo has instead shown that his defense is far ahead of his bat. He has a strong arm and has improved his receiving in a system that has quite a few good defensive catchers. His bat needs some work, though he did show improvement as the season progressed after battling illness at the beginning.
He's expected to start the 2015 season with Class A Bowling Green.
1B Casey Gillaspie (S/L, 6'4 240, 22 in 2015)
2014 statistics with Short-Season Hudson Valley: .262/.364/.411, 7 HR, 24 XBH, 13.6 BB%, 21.1 K%
Gillaspie was solid in his pro debut after being selected by the Rays in the first round from Wichita State. With no speed and nondescript defense at first base, it'll have to be his bat to carry him to the majors. He owns a pretty patient approach, and his raw power is above average. The New York-Penn League surely suppressed his statistics, but he still has some work to do to tap into his raw power consistently.
He's expected to start the 2015 season with Class A Bowling Green or Class A-Advanced Charlotte.
2014 statistics with Triple-A Durham: 145 1/3 IP, 5.08 ERA, 1.40 WHIP, 9.9 BB%, 24.5 K%
2014 statistics with Tampa Bay: 12 IP, 4.50 ERA, 0.92 WHIP, 8.2 BB%, 26.5 K%