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Who are the #25 and #26 prospects?

Who are the #25 and #26 prospects?  

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  1. 1. Who are the #25 and #26 prospects?

    • Rylan Bannon and Bruce Zimmermann
    • Ryan McKenna and Anthony Servideo
    • Tyler Nevin and Bruce Zimmermann
    • Adam Stauffer and Anthony Servideo
    • Bruce Zimmermann and Anthony Servideo

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Based on previous rankings, Zimmerman should be here. Question is whether Servideo is ahead of Bannon. MLB has Servideo five spots higher. Has SS tag at least for now. I will also go with Zimmerman-Servideo.

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I went for more accomplised over shiny new thing, so Bannon/Zimmerman.  However, something about Stauffer intrigues me, age, size, K's, under the radar. His is the only name I was surprised to see in the poll so I kinda hope it's him.

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2 hours ago, murph said:

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I went Zimmermann/Servideo.   I think Zim did enough this year to jump past McKenna.   Bannon and Stauffer didn’t do anything to jump McKenna, who outranked them last year.   And I’m not that high on the newcomer Nevin.   

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