Week 16: Minor League Power Rankings

30 Innings and Counting for Carlson!

Every Friday InsideTheDome.com will rank the top 25 Jays' prospects based on their 2005 performance, shedding some insights into their numbers while tracking their prospect stock. Today we see the top half of this list being dominated by outstanding performances and the addition of two new players, Daryl Harang and Kyle Yates.

Rank

Name

Team

Comments

Previous Ranking

Stock Status

1

Jesse Carlson

NHF

Carlson deserves this number one spot. He has not allowed a run in 30 innings with New Hampshire this season.

2

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2

Casey Janssen

NHF

The right-hander does not deserve to drop, but Carlson has just been unbelievable. Janssen is 2-2 with a 1.44 ERA with New Hampshire.

1

Rising

3

Lee Gronkiewicz

SYR

His 11.2 scoreless innings streak ended last night, but the right-hander has dominated Triple-A, just like he did Double-A. Lee, let us know how it feels to pitch in the majors next month!

3

Rising

4

Adam Lind

DUN

A promotion to Double-A anyone? Lind went 13-for-25 this week with 4 home runs. Over his last 140 at bats he is hitting .379 with 10 home runs and 29 RBI.

5

Rising

5

Chris Snavely

LAN

Snavely continued his tear going 6-for-19 this week and over his last 210 at bats is hitting .333 with 8 home runs and 33 games.

5

Rising

6

Kyle Yates

DUN

It's about time we put Yates on this list isn't it! The right-hander is 4-3 with a 2.41 ERA since his promotion to Dunedin. Over his last 41.2 innings pitched, he has a 1.97 ERA.

9

Rising

7

Josh Banks

NHF

Banks threw 15.1 innings this week and allowed just 4 runs while recording 17 strikeouts. He has not issued a walk over his last 47 innings.

8

Rising

8

Paul Phillips

AUB

Has 7 saves with a 1.95 ERA and a .194 batting average against mark in 27.2 innings.

7

Rising

9

Jason Armstrong

LAN

Went 11-for-26 this week and over his last 11 games he is hitting 20-for-49. He has recorded multi-hit games eight times over his last eleven games.

12

Rising

10

Eugenio Velez

LAN

Went 6-for-18 this week and over his last nine games he is hitting 13-for-34 (.382).

13

Rising

11

Kevin Barker

SYR

Hit just 7-for-26 this week but over his last 19 games he is 21-for-59 (.356) with 5 home runs and 18 runs batted in.

11

Rising

12

Ismael Ramirez

NHF

Ramirez has been a steady pitcher over the past two months. He allowed 2 runs in five innings this week.

10

Steady

13

Ryan Patterson

AUB

Went 11-for-29 this week with 7 runs batted in. He has 10 home runs and 43 RBI this season.

17

Rising

14

Vince Perkins

NHF

Allowed just 1 runs in 7.1 innings this week.

20

Rising

15

Tracy Thorpe

NHF

Allowed three runs in an inning-plus this week. Is 2-1 with a 3.28 ERA.

9

Steady

16

Chi-Hung Cheng

LAN

Cheng allowed three runs this week in six-plus innings of work.

14

Steady

17

Steven Andrade

NHF

Andrade pitched four innings this week and allowed one run.

18

Steady

18

David Purcey

NHF

Purcey had his best start of the year allowing just one walk in seven innings. In three starts in Double-A opponents are hitting .180 off him.

22

Steady

19

Robert Ray

AUB

Allowed five runs in four-plus innings of work this week.

6

Falling

20

Jamie Vermilyea

SYR

Allowed just one run in eight-plus innings of work this week and is steadily improving at Triple-A.

23

Steady

21

Joey McLaughlin

LAN

Allowed two runs this week and has allowed seven runs over his last four innings of work. Opponents are hitting .238 off the right-hander this season.

19

Falling

22

Ryan Roberts

NHF

Roberts went 7-for-28 this week for a .250 batting average.

15

Falling

23

Milton Tavarez

DUN

Tavarez has struggled lately allowing four runs in two innings.

16

Falling

24

Carlo Cota

DUN

Cota went 4-for-20 this week, but is still hitting .323 this year in 47 games with Dunedin.

21

Steady

25

Daryl Harang

DUN

In 10.1 innings with Dunedin this year he has a 2.61 ERA.

N/A

Steady

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