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RE: 2013 Cardinal Nation Community Prospect Voting Thread

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Posted: 11/3/2012 7:07 PM

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I'll stay with Walsh for 35.
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Posted: 11/3/2012 7:39 PM

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Posted: 11/3/2012 8:22 PM

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Rondon

Posted: 11/3/2012 9:11 PM

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#35 Lee Stoppelman.


Stoppelman has exceptional command that works from both sides of plate sits in
the high 80-to-low 90s on his FB throws with a 3/4 arm slot that helps him have
some movement and mixes in a solid change-up and a breaking ball that's an out pitch but still needs work but helps to contribute to his effectiveness on the mound.

Would not be surprised if Stoppelman skips Low-A Peoria next season and starts
out in High-A Palm Beach based on how he performed in short season Batavia. In a minimum of at least 30 IP, Lee led the New-York Penn League in K Rate (35.8%), WHIP (0.87), LOB% (84.4%), ERA (0.79), FIP (1.13), finished 2nd in K per 9 innings (12.84), and opp avg (.180) in the New-York Penn League certainly intriguing.

Stoppelman was drafted in the 24th round certainly another late round sleeper the organization snagged in the late rounds. Shows how successful organization's scouting and player development has been with drafts and in the international market.

Last edited 11/3/2012 9:13 PM by DTFlush234

Posted: 11/4/2012 12:36 AM

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Stoppelman #35

Posted: 11/4/2012 2:03 AM

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Colin Walsh
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Posted: 11/4/2012 3:27 AM

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Bean
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Posted: 11/4/2012 8:31 AM

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Walsh @ 35
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Posted: 11/4/2012 8:38 AM

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Been really busy guys

but back in with

Walsh at 35
No negative waves man!
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Posted: 11/4/2012 10:54 AM

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bean. drafted in 2012 and thought of as a top 100 draft prospect by multiple sources before that draft.

great defensively and makes consistent solid contact with a body that projects to grow into power.
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Posted: 11/4/2012 10:59 AM

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Providing a list of 10 guys I think to consider (doing so per request)

(in no particular order)
- Michael Blazek: According to MLB, our #13 prospect. AA reliever (used to be a starter) who doesn't give up many hits (61 in 80 IP) and K's about 1 per inning. When contact made, can be susceptible to HR. Little higher BB ratio than preferred
- Scott Gorgen: According to MLB, our #16 prospect. AAA/AA starter w/plus changeup who projects as a back of rotation starter. Gives up less than 1 H/IP and avg K/IP. When called up to AAA, success same as AA pretty much
- Robert Stock: According to MLB, our #14 prospect. Drafted as a catcher, but moved to pitcher this spring with good success in MWL. Reports say solid 3 pitch mix. Will moved to starting (which he did in college) in 2nd pro yr
- Steve Bean: #11 GCL prospect according to BA. Drafted in compensation round of 2012. Rated top 100 draft prospect before draft by multiple sources. Reports say very good defensively, who makes consistent contact and should grow into power. 19 y/o
- Silfredo Garcia: In two levels of rookie ball w/66ip, gave up a total of 50 hits, 4 walks, 4 HRs while striking out 75. Fastball in low 90s, changeup is a K pitch, well developed breaking ball, and above average command
- Audry Perez: Reports say he is the best catcher in the system based off defensive ability. Also hit solidly at AA earning Texas League mid season all star. Doing pretty good in Dominican Winter League so far
- Jorge Rondon: Reliever in AAA with a mid/upper 90s fastball and a hard slider. Good at avoiding hits and has a very good groundball ratio helping to giving up only 2 HRs in 49ip between AA and AAA. Control could be a little better, mainly of his secondary pitch
- Lee Stoppelman: LHP closing in Batavia. Drafted in 2012 out of Missouri (Card fan growing up?) Has a low 90s fastball with great command. Does everything you want as a closer: Not giving up many hits, not many walks, plenty of K's, no HR given up in 2012, and gets alot of groundballs.
- Adam Ehrlich: Currently a 19 y/o catcher who was drafted in the 6th round of 2011. Hit .329 this yr with a good walk rate along and is reported to be very good defensively
- Colin Walsh: Good bat, but bad defensively as he has been shifted all over the field to try and find a position since his normal draft position, 2B, was the source of many errors. Doing around league average batting in AFL currently, but still struggling to find a position as he's shifting around alot there too
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Last edited 11/8/2012 8:39 AM by cardzZilla

Posted: 11/4/2012 11:20 AM

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Lee Stoppelman has now gone two successive seasons without giving up a dong.  As a starting pitcher in 2011, for his college team, he gave up a total of 9 XBHs--all were DBLs.

Posted: 11/4/2012 12:19 PM

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I love Stoppelman but consider this.

He was at short season A and only a year younger than Rondon at AAA. The Cardinals have decided that Rondon is a legitimate prospect by putting him on the major league roster to protect him from the draft.
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Posted: 11/4/2012 2:24 PM

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Stoppelman #35

Posted: 11/4/2012 4:28 PM

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Have to stick with The Big Bopper(Jeremy Schaffer) out of West Texas State .....make that out of Tulane, here at #35.

Posted: 11/4/2012 5:46 PM

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Audry Perez
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Posted: 11/4/2012 6:30 PM

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Posted: 11/4/2012 6:41 PM

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A. Perez @ 35. 




Walsh (4) Blingboy,Axcion,DeSmet,Hurdleheel,

Bean (3)  DiscDog,High Jump, Cardzzilla

Rondon (1) Sooner

Stoppelman (4)   DTFlush, Magnolia, Uncle Denny,Freshjm

Schaffer (1) SenorPugs

Perez (2)  Lurking, cflood

Posted: 11/4/2012 9:19 PM

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Stoppelman by a hair over Bean and Ehrlich for #35.  Don't know which way to go between Bean and Ehrlich.

Posted: 11/4/2012 10:13 PM

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SoonerinNC wrote: I love Stoppelman but consider this.

He was at short season A and only a year younger than Rondon at AAA. The Cardinals have decided that Rondon is a legitimate prospect by putting him on the major league roster to protect him from the draft.
Sooner,

Rondon has just competed his 7th year with our system (vs Stoppelman's 1st).  He is 20 months older and has not had a season as scintillating as Stoppelman's at any level, at any time.  And he has yet to throw an IP as a LHP.
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