Starting Pitching Prospects II: 51-100

Starting Pitching Prospects II: 51-100

Here is part II of the Top 50 pitching prospects.  These rankings are much less organized than the previous list, but I spent a few minutes tonight trying to place the prospects in a better order.  Amazingly, there are easily more than 100 pitching prospects with major league potential (Adonis Cardona, Albert Campos, Bryan Morris, Brandon Workman, Charlie Furbush, etc),  but hopefully, this will provide some additional names for people in really deep leagues. 

51.  Chad James—Marlins 
52.  Aaron Crow—Royals
53.  Rubby De La Rosa—Dodgers
54.  Stolmy Pimentel—Red Sox
55.  Alexander Torres—Rays
56.  Miguel De Los Santos—Rangers
57.  Brad Hand—Marlins
58.  Drake Britton—Red Sox
59.  Garrett Richards—Angels
60.  Wikling Rodriguez—Rays
61.  Fabio Martinez—Angels
62.  Robinson Yambati—Royals
63.  Ivan Nova—Yankees
64.  Adrian Salcedo—Twins
65.  Enny Romero—Rays
66.  Luis Heredia—Pirates
67.  Trevor Reckling—Angels
68.  Andy Oliver—Tigers
69.  Robbie Ross—Rangers
70.  Ian Krol—Athletics 
71.  Yunesky Maya—Nationals
72.  Liam Henricks—Twins
73.  Stetson Allie—Pirates
74.  Yordano Ventura—Royals
75.  Cody Scarpetta—Brewers
76.  Nick Barnese—Rays
77.  AJ Cole—Nationals
78.  Sammy Solis—Nationals
79.  Chris Withrow—Dodgers
80.  Jay Jackson—Cubs 
81.  Aaron Miller—Dodgers
82.  Aaron Sanchez—Blue Jays
83.  Tyrell Jenkins—Cardinals
84.  Christian Frederich—Rockies
85.  Casey Crosby—Tigers
86.  Colton Cain—Pirates
87.  Mike Foltywicz—Astros
88.  Rudy Owens—Pirates
89.  Jake Thompson—Rays
90.  TiJuan Walker—Mariners
91.  Kyle Heckathorn—Brewers
92.  Tanner Bushue—Astros
93.  Zach Von Rosenberg—Pirates
94.  Nick Hagadone—Indians
95.  Wily Peralta—Brewers
96.  Alex Cobb–Rays
97.  Tyson Ross—Athletics
98.  Matt Lollis—Padres
99.  Seth Blair—Cardinals
100.  James Paxton—Mariners (if he signs)