View Full Version : Vote MLB Prospects Draft: W1. Toledo vs. E4. Trenton (Quarterfinals)

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
07-10-2007, 08:40 AM
The West's top seed, the undefeated Toledo Mud Hens, will be taking on the East's 4th seeded Trenton Thunder. Toledo was the only team to finish the regular season 3-0, while Trenton lost a heartbreaker last week to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Toledo is the favorite, but don't count out Trenton.

Toledo Mud Hens

My draft.

1.Delmon Young,LF
2.Yovani Gallardo. SP
3.Jay Bruce, CF
4.Clay Buchholz, SP
5.Joey Votto,1B
6.Max Scherzer, SP
7.Ian Stewart,2B
8.Jeff Clement, C
9.Kevin Slowey, SP
10.Preston Mattingly, SP
11.Nicholas Noonan, 2B
12.Ian Kennedy, SP
13.Franklin Gutierrez, RF
14.Tony Gwynn Jr. - UTL
15.Brent Cleveln, OF
16.Eddie Kunz, CL
17.Mike Fontenot, UTL
18.Brian Barton, DH
19.Steve Register, RP

Starting Rotation

1. Yovani Gallardo
2. Clay Buchholz
3. Max Scherzer
4. Kevin Slowey
5. Ian Kennedy

Eddie Kunz, Cl
Steve Register

Batting Order

1. Jay Bruce
2. Ian Stewart
3. Joey Votto
4. Delmon Young
5. Jeff Clement
6. Franklin Gutierrez
7. Preston Mattingly
8. Nicholas Noonan
9. Brian Barton

Brent Clevlen
Tony Gwynn Jr.
Mike Fontenot

The Toledo Mudhens are a team full of immense potential.
The starting pitching is the strong spot of the team with five potential aces in
Gallardo, Buchholz, Scherzer, Slowey, and Kennedy. Gallardo is already in the big leagues
helping the Brewers maintain first place.

The batting order has stars up and down it. Delmon Young bats clean up with Jay Bruce leading off.
Cincinnati prize prospect Votto bats third. The bench has speedy Tony Gwynn Jr.to cause problems on the base
path. Clevlen is a strong defensive replacement and has a rocket for an arm.


Trenton Thunder

Deffensive Alignment
C-Francisco Pena

1B-Elijah Dukes

2B-Yunel Escobar

SS- CJ Henry

3B-Tony Abreu

CF-Carlos Gomez

RF-Austin Jackson

LF-Jose Tabata

DH-Josh Vitters

Batting order
1.CF-Carlos Gomez

2.SS- CJ Henry

3.DH-Josh Vitters

4.LF-Jose Tabata

5.3B-Tony Abreu

6.RF-Austin Jackson

7.C-Francisco Pena

8.2B-Yunel Escobar

9.1B-Elijah Dukes

My batting order is a great combo of speed and power made up of the best minor leaguers.

UT-Ryan Sweeney UT RF

UT-Alexi Casilla UT 2B

UT-Sean Doolittle UT 1B

My UTs are better than some peoples starters nuf said

1. Tim Lincecum (R)

2. David Price (L)

3. Humberto Sanchez (R)

4. Tyler Clippard (R)

5. Justin Thomas (L)

My pitching staff is nearly unhittable with Tim Lincecum as my ace and David Price is a terrific lefty starter, Humberto Sanchez has great potential, Clippard has proven to be a good middle of the rotation guy.

SU- Brett Cecil (L)

CL- Daniel Moskos (L)

07-10-2007, 12:05 PM

Scotty D
07-10-2007, 07:39 PM
Undefeated. w00t

07-11-2007, 09:13 AM

agreed they're stacked

07-11-2007, 02:06 PM
I'll say Trenton