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2018 Break Out Prospects

The line between a break out prospect and a sleeper prospect has been blurred the past several years.  You guys just select whomever you want regardless of the guidelines that James set up years before I took over. For instance, 60% of last year’s breakout picks were also sleeper picks.

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2017 Sleeper and Breakout Selections – Final

We had 86 participants in the 2017 sleeper and break out prospects selection process this season, another big increase of  43% over 2016.  Once again, multiple selections increased the overall number of selections.

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2017 Sleeper and Break Out Prospects

With the 2017 Reader Top 30 drawing to a close, it’s time to make your selections for sleeper and break out prospects this season.  Enter your guesses in the comments section and I will gather them into a Google Sheet for easy viewing.

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2015 Sleepers and Breakouts Revisited; Part One

Time to begin finishing and posting some of the many draft articles I have started.  I decided to begin with a look at our preseason predictions for breakout and sleeper prospects during the 2015 season. Back in February, I checked our archives to come up with a working definition for both terms

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Full Squad, Day Four

The number of people attending spring training is much lower this year than in any of the three previous years that I’ve been here.  In the past, the bleachers were full, people were two, three deep around the fences, and the pathways around the complex were crowded.  This year, I can walk unimpeded from one field … Continue reading Full Squad, Day Four →

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Full Squad, Day Three

I didn’t go to the Carpenter Complex this morning for the Phillies spring training session.  Instead, I waited for the afternoon minor league session.  So, here’s some pictures and a video from the first two days that I haven’t posted yet. Video of two Cliff Lee pitches – a soft line drive to short and a … Continue reading Full Squad, Day Three →

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Phuture Phillies Reader Top 30 (50) Completed

Mark Leiter takes the 50th prospect slot in our poll.  He received 39 of 157 votes (25%).   Jesus Alastre finished second with 20 votes. The final poll is listed below.  It will be added to the Prospect Ranking menu option above by week’s end.  I’ll also post some observations on the poll and share my Top 30 when I have … Continue reading Phuture Phillies Reader Top 30 (50) Completed →

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PhuturePhillies Reader Top 30 (50) Poll for #50

Mitch Walding takes the 49th prospect slot in our poll.  He received 30 of 141 votes (21%).   Mark Leiter finished second him with 28 votes. The current poll’s selections so far are listed below.  J.P. Crawford Aaron Nola Maikel Franco Roman Quinn Zach Eflin Ben Lively Jesse Biddle Kelly Dugan Tom Windle Yoel Mecias Deivi Grullon Matt Imhof … Continue reading PhuturePhillies Reader Top 30 (50) Poll for #50 →

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Open Discussion: Week of February 16th

Pitchers and catchers report Wednesday, first practice Thursday.  The truck arrived safely Sunday morning.  My daughter flew down Sunday afternoon with her family.  They sat 2 rows in front of Ruben Amaro on the plane.  The Phillies front office will take up residence in the top floor of the administration building at Bright House Field … Continue reading Open Discussion: Week of February 16th →

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PhuturePhillies Reader Top 30 (50) Poll for #42

Brian Pointer takes the 41st prospect slot in our poll.  He received 18 of 105 votes (18%).  Adam Morgan finished second with 12 votes. Pointer had a successful off season as his Perth Heat won the Australian Basball League’s Claxton Shield.

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