Top 10 Right Handed Pitching Prospects

Top 10 Right Handed Pitching Prospects

Here are the top 10 Right Handed Pitching Prospects.

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Rank/Overall Name Team
1/8 Lucas Giolito Washington
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SCOUTING REPORT: Lucas Giolito
TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: NATIONALS
The #1 pitching prospect in all of baseball has an unbelievable feel for pitching and command at just 20 years old. With 3+ MLB average or better offerings, makes Giolito a special talent.
2/9 Archie Bradley Arizona
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SCOUTING REPORT Archie Bradley
TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Arizona
One of two products from Oklahoma on the list, Archie is country strong standing in a 6’5″ and 235 lbs. He’s been a bit inconsistent issuing a too many walks in 2014 but still has all the makings of a quality major league starter he just needs more seasoning.
3/10 Noah Syndergaard New York (NL)
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SCOUTING REPORT Noah Syndergaard
TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: New York (NL)
“Thor” worked through injuries and the bumps in the road that the Pacific Coast League tends to deliver to young pitchers. This power-pitcher is set to follow Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler in the progression to the bigs. He remains on track to make his debut in 2015.
4/11 Dylan Bundy Baltimore
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SCOUTING REPORT Dylan Bundy
TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Baltimore
An advanced pitching prospect who made his MLB debut his first year after being drafted out of high school. Underwent Tommy John surgery in June of 2013 and has slowly worked his way back. A Top-Tier arm with 2+ offerings should make him a mainstay at Camden Yards for years to come.
5/12 Jon Gray Colorado
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TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Colorado
Viewed as the top pitching prospect before the 2013 draft. With electric stuff, Gray hangs his hat on his 95+ fastball. The Rockies top prospect has the stuff be a #1 or #2 regardless of pitching his home games at Coors Field.

6/16 Tyler Glasnow Pittsburgh
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TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Pittsburgh
Standing in a 6’8″, Glasnow is a physically imposing pitcher who at 19 years old is set to be challenged at Double-A next year. What’s holding him back is his command, which is something to be expected from such a tall pitcher. Repeat delivery = his fast track to the bigs.
7/17 Tyler Kolek Miami
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TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Miami
Kolek was the second overall pick in the 2014 draft. Armed with a 100+ fastball, Kolek will need to work on his command and control as he progress through the minors. He will be challenged with a full-season assignment in 2015.
8/21 Kohl Stewart Minnesota
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TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Minnesota
A very intriguing background of a two-star talent who chose baseball over being QB for Texas A&M. Stewart has been pitching with type-1 diabetes and seems to be making the Twins nation very happy. Having worked through shoulder issues last season. Now that he is committed to baseball, the real questions focus on him learning and honing his craft.
9/23 Robert Stephenson Cincinnati
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TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Cincinnati
One of the many flamer-throwers in this top 10 list. With a 95+ fastball, he has the stuff to become a front-line starter just needs to continue to work on his command. He was hampered by too many walks and homers last year. A return trip to Double-A is to be expected for Stephenson.
10/26 Eddie Butler Colorado
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TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Colorado
Butler posted an eye-popping 1.80ERA over three levels in 2013 grabbing the attention of many Rockies faithful. With a 95+ fastball and a “wipe-out” slider, Butler made a few starts in the bigs last year. It’s just a matter of time before he is a front-line starter in Colorado.
11/27 Alex Meyer Minnesota
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TOP 10 PROSPECT LIST: Minnesota
Meyer is a dominating figure on the mound standing 6’9″. The Twins think that with Meyer improving his delivering and command he could be an #2 in the bigs. A plus fastball and slider make him an advanced pitching prospect.

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