Found January 26, 2012 on Friarhood:
  MLB released their top 100 prospect list yesterday for all baseball. Obviously it is a bit skewed in favor of big names like Matt Moore and Bryce Harper, but there are six Padres on the list which puts them in a tie for first. I personally don't agree with the entire list especially when the highest Padre is at #37 (Alonso) and Casey Kelly still makes the cut (#50). The biggest problem I have is Joe Wieland and Robbie Erlin didn't make the cut. Let's put that in perspective: on Seedlings To Stars top 100 list Erlin comes in at #11 and Wieland #24. Interesting stuff indeed. Here are your links for today: Submit articles and follow me on twitterFollow @M_Rennick Six Padres Prospects make the top 100 list - Padres.com "Six of their top prospects can be found on MLB.com's Top 100 Prospects list, starting with No. 39 Alonso, who was an important component in the trade that landed the Padres four players from the Reds for pitcher Mat Latos." Playe...
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