11. Zach Lee
Lack of an out-pitch and hectic environment have soured evaluators on the 2010 first rounder.
12. Tom Windle
Average fastball and occasional plus slider give Windle a legit shot at MLB, but maybe in relief.
13. Chris Anderson
Overhauling his mechanics has caused Anderson’s control to slip, though velocity remains.
14. Yimi Garcia
Still posting solid peripherals in Albuquerque and is the club’s best internal relief option.
15. Julian Leon
In the midst of a strong season in Ogden, but will need to prove it’s not a mirage next year.
16. Pedro Baez
The converted third baseman has held his own with the Isotopes, featuring a power fastball and average secondaries.
17. Cody Bellinger
Major league ready glove, but needs to fine tune the offense and grow into some power.
18. Greg Harris
Average stuff across the board, but funk and control give him back end profile.
19. Lindsey Caughel
Very similar to Harris, with less projection but more current polish.
20. Victor Arano
Better velocity than the two above him, but prone to the long-ball and doesn’t have as deep of a repertoire.
21. Carlos Frias
The lanky 24-year-old righty has stuff that plays in the rotation and out of the bullpen.
22. Joey Curletta
Started the year like a house on fire, but mechanical issues have him going in reverse.
23. Daniel Coulombe
Move over Jarret Martin, there’s a new lefty reliever in town, with similar stuff and better control.
24. Michael Medina
Still strikes out too often but has a power bat, power arm and can draw a walk.
25. Zachary Bird
Only 19 years of age, has been much better than last season and still has projection left in thin frame.
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