Ranking the Top 100 minor-leaguers has been a painstaking project for more than 15 years for the…
Top 100 Prospects: No. 96-100
This year, some familiar names top the list – though there certainly is quite a turnover from last year's Top 100. Part of the reason is because the Indians brought up so many prospects a year ago. Nine players from the 2010 list played enough in Cleveland to lose rookie status, led by last year's No. 1 prospect, catcher Carlos Santana. Others to "graduate" were No. 2 Michael Brantley, Carlos Carrasco (3), Lou Marson (6), Jason Donald (7), Jeanmar Gomez (19), Josh Tomlin (22), Hector Ambriz (29) and Frank Herrmann (40). Others from the 2010 list are now playing in other organizations, including: No. 18 Carlos Rivero, Ryan Edell (32), Niuman Romero (36), Neil Wagner (39), Josh Rodriguez (49), Jose Constanza (50), Lucas Montero (56), Roman Pena (71) and Jesus Brito (75). Management has added prospects in trades for veteran players and the 2010 draft produced players worthy of being considered among the organization's top prospects. That's the case with Drew Pomeranz, who has yet to...
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