Top 100 Prospects of 2010

According to MLB Fanhouse:



Age: 22 | Height: 6-0 | Weight: 185
2009 Stats:
12-3 W-L | 3.19 ERA | 158 IP | 150 SO | 50 BB
Finished '09: Reading (Double-A Eastern League)

Kyle DrabekThe Skinny: If Phillippe Aumont was the pitching prospect with the best stuff in Roy Halladay-Cliff Lee deal, then Drabek is the one with the best combination of stuff and polish. He's undersized, but the 22-year-old has the stuff, bloodlines and feel for pitching to perform at the top of a big-league rotation. Aside from some lingering makeup concerns, Drabek is very close to the total package.


Age: 23 | Bats: L | Height: 6-1 | Weight: 245
2009 Stats:
.293 AVG | 20 HR | 63 RBI | .367 OBP | 1 SB
Finished '09: Sacramento (Triple-A Pacific Coast League)

The Skinny: He doesn't bring a lot to the table defensively. He doesn't have a prototypical baseball body. That is the downside of Wallace. The really large upside is his potent left-handed bat. He's going to need to play first base, which also means he's going to need to hit in a big way. Wallace figures to be a perennial .300 hitter with 25-homer power.

RHP Zack Stewart came in at number 60.  Click here for his stats.

It should be noted that none of these guys were in our system prior to July 31st of last year.  Seems as though we are headed in the right direction.  In the next few weeks there will be a lot of these types of lists coming out.  Stay tuned.

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