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Brew Crew Ball Community Top Prospects Vote #29

This is your chance to choose who the most exciting future Brewers are!

Pat Listach
Pat Listach

It’s finally time for baseball season! PITCHERS AND CATCHERS REPORT THIS WEEK!!!

Our local nine has been only modestly active this winter, especially in comparison to last, though it can be argued that Slingin’ David Stearns has already completed most of the heavy lifting regarding the great Milwaukee Brewers Rebuild. While cutting swaths through the major league roster, Stearns (and his predecessor Doug Melvin) has left in his wake one of the top minor league systems in the game as rated by just about any outlet there is.

Now it’s your turn to parse through Milwaukee’s top prospects and vote for where you think they stack up in the rejuvenated farm system. You’ll be given guidance from the top prospect lists that have already been released, and once outlets like Fangraphs, MLB Pipeline, and Minor League Ball update their lists for 2017, those will be included, too.

Over the weekend, Michael Reed and Chad McClanahan tied in the voting for top prospect #28. So I’m breaking the tie and naming Michael Reed and his cowboy boots as the winner. Today, he has been removed from the list and Jordan Yamamoto has been added as we’ll vote for top prospect #29:

RHP Trey Supak (20)

Acquired from PIT (Dec 2015)

2016 Stats (R-A):

58.1 IP || 3.24 ERA || 51 K || 18 BB || 3 HR || 1.303 WHIP

MLB Pipeline: 30

RHP Jordan Yamamoto (20)

Drafted 12th round in 2014

2016 Stats (A):

134.1 IP || 3.82 ERA || 152 K || 31 BB || 6 HR || 1.199 WHIP

3B/1B Chad McClanahan (19)

Drafted 11th round in 2016

2016 Stats (R):

159 PA || .208/.277/.333 || 3 HR || 1 SB || 45 K || 11 BB

MLB Pipeline: 29

RHP Jon Perrin (23)

Drafted 27th round in 2015

2016 Stats (A-A+-AA):

150.0 IP || 3.06 ERA || 144 K || 23 BB || 6 HR || 1.133 WHIP

OF Tyrone Taylor (23)

Drafted 2nd round in 2012

2016 Stats (AA):

519 PA || .232/.303/.327 || 9 HR || 9 SB || 73 K || 38 BB

MLB Pipeline: 26

Statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference