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Big Board 1.0: Top 50 2010 MLB Draft Prospects

I know this qualifies as a way, way, way too early look at the top 50 2010 MLB Draft prospects, but it seems like as good a way as any to get back into the swing of things here as we begin to prepare for another exciting draft season. This list is extremely preliminary (especially the rankings of the collegiate players and the prep righthanded pitchers), but I needed to get something down in print to better organize myself going forward. Next on the agenda, modifying this list by adding in player value tiers and brief commentary justifying some of the rankings. Stay tuned for that…
  1. C Bryce Harper
  2. RHP Jameson Taillon
  3. 3B Nick Castellanos
  4. RHP AJ Cole
  5. OF Austin Wilson
  6. RHP Anthony Ranaudo
  7. RHP Karsten Whitson
  8. LHP Drew Pomeranz
  9. RHP Brandon Workman
  10. RHP Stetson Allie
  11. INF/OF/RHP Yordy Cabrera
  12. RHP Deck McGuire
  13. 3B Zack Cox
  14. RHP Jesse Hahn
  15. LHP Chris Hale
  16. RHP Cameron Bedrosian
  17. RHP Kyle Blair
  18. RHP Matt Harvey
  19. RHP Dylan Covey
  20. RHP Kaleb Cowart
  21. MIF Anthony Wolters
  22. C/OF Stefan Sabol
  23. OF Bryce Brentz
  24. LHP James Paxton
  25. RHP Zach Lee
  26. RHP Peter Tago
  27. RHP Jesus Valdez
  28. RHP AJ Vanegas
  29. RHP Justin Grimm
  30. OF Angelo Gumbs
  31. OF Brian Ragira
  32. C Rob Brantly
  33. OF Levon Washington
  34. SS Rick Hague
  35. SS Christian Colon
  36. RHP Kevin Gausman
  37. RHP DeAndre Smelter
  38. RHP Tyrell Jenkins
  39. OF Leon Landry
  40. 3B Victor Sanchez
  41. 1B Christian Yelich
  42. SS Sean O’Brien
  43. 1B/3B Kris Bryant
  44. RHP Aaron Sanchez
  45. RHP Nick Tepesch
  46. INF Zach Alvord
  47. RHP Robbie Aviles
  48. C Micah Gibbs
  49. SS/RHP Justin O’Conner
  50. LHP Jessie Biddle


  1. Mack says:

    Good to have you back “alive” again…


  2. Joshua B. says:

    Glad to see you’re back with my draft fix, I’ve been sweating it out in withdrawal. I like that you have Ranaudo lower than most. I get that he’s got size and is viewed as a future workhorse, but I think too many guys like him have flopped. Greg Reynolds and Andrew Miller come to mind.

    I’m guessing Colon is so low only because of injury and once he shows he’s healthy he’ll be back up in the top ten.

    I suppose those are my only two comments thus far. Keep up the good work.

  3. Max foor says:

    i am from a small town atlanta mi. i have a 85mph fast ball 12-6 curve 66-70 mph and a 80 mph slider. And on top of tht i can pitch submarine. the same pitches. way less speed of course. i can be wild at times but a very hard worker. where do i go to sign myself up for drafts?

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