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Bryson Stott tops latest Phillies prospect poll


Bryson Stott is the Phillies top position prospect. (Cheryl Pursell)

After a successful first full season in the minors and in the midst of a dominant stretch in the Arizona Fall League, shortstop Bryson Stott was voted Philadelphia’s top prospect in the latest Phillies prospect poll.

The results were announced on Sunday afternoon. The annual poll, organized at the end of the 2021 season by former Williamsport Sun-Gazette Crosscutters beat writer Mitch Rupert for the first time after years of former Reading Eagle Fightin Phils reporter Mike Drago doing so, consisted of 18 minor-league writers and reporters for various media outlets, podcasters and social media personalities who focus on the Phillies as voters.

Each voter made a ballot ranking 20 prospects, which was aggregated into a top 25 list. Stott (8) and Mick Abel (10) received first place votes. Stott, Abel, Andrew Painter, Johan Rojas and Logan O’Hoppe were all placed on each ballot.

Here are the final results of the poll:

  1. Bryson Stott, SS, AAA
  2. Mick Abel, P, A
  3. Andrew Painter, P, ROK
  4. Johan Rojas, OF, A+
  5. Logan O’Hoppe, C, AAA
  6. Francisco Morales, P, AAA
  7. Hans Crouse, P, MLB
  8. Erik Miller, P, A+
  9. Matt Vierling, OF, MLB
  10. Jhailyn Ortiz, OF, AA
  11. Ethan Wilson, OF, A
  12. Luis García, SS, A+
  13. Mickey Moniak, OF, AAA
  14. Símon Muzziotti, OF, AAA
  15. Yhoswar Garcia, OF, A
  16. Griff McGarry, P, A+
  17. Casey Martin, SS, A
  18. Rickardo Perez, C, ROK
  19. Jordan Viars, OF, ROK
  20. Jamari Baylor, SS, A
  21. JoJo Romero, P, MLB
  22. Cristopher Sánchez, P, MLB
  23. Adonis Medina, P, MLB
  24. Cristian Hernandez, P, A
  25. Micah Ottenbreit, P, ROK

Three members of the Phillies Nation staff participated in this year’s poll: Tim Kelly, Destiny Lugardo and myself, Ty Daubert. The three ballots submitted by Phillies Nation can be found below:

Tim Kelly

  1. Mick Abel
  2. Andrew Painter
  3. Bryson Stott
  4. Hans Crouse
  5. Francisco Morales
  6. Johan Rojas
  7. Erik Miller
  8. Ethan Wilson
  9. Logan O’Hoppe
  10. Jhailyn Ortiz
  11. Símon Muzziotti
  12. Matt Vierling
  13. Luis García
  14. Mickey Moniak
  15. Rickardo Perez
  16. Casey Martin
  17. Yhoswar Garcia
  18. Dominic Pipkin (P, A+)
  19. Cristopher Sánchez
  20. Hao Yu Lee (2B, ROK)

Destiny Lugardo

  1. Mick Abel
  2. Bryson Stott
  3. Andrew Painter
  4. Johan Rojas
  5. Ethan Wilson
  6. Logan O’Hoppe
  7. Francisco Morales
  8. Hans Crouse
  9. Yhoswar Garcia
  10. Luis García
  11. Matt Vierling
  12. Jhailyn Ortiz
  13. Erik Miller
  14. Mickey Moniak
  15. Griff McGarry
  16. Dominic Pipkin
  17. Rickardo Perez
  18. Símon Muzziotti
  19. Jordan Viars
  20. Micah Ottenbreit

Ty Daubert

  1. Mick Abel
  2. Bryson Stott
  3. Andrew Painter
  4. Johan Rojas
  5. Logan O’Hoppe
  6. Ethan Wilson
  7. Francisco Morales
  8. Yhoswar Garcia
  9. Hans Crouse
  10. Erik Miller
  11. Griff McGarry
  12. Símon Muzziotti
  13. Luis García
  14. Matt Vierling
  15. Mickey Moniak
  16. Dominic Pipkin
  17. Jhailyn Ortiz
  18. Jordan Viars
  19. Micah Ottenbreit
  20. Rickardo Perez

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Prickly Pete Salmonella

    October 31, 2021 at 8:32 pm

    Yet writers and fans want the Phils to spend $25M on a FA SS.

  2. Steve

    November 7, 2021 at 11:58 am

    STOTT looks to me like he has EARNED a chance to start at SS in 2022
    BOHM looks to me like the Phillies WANT him to start at 3B in 2022
    SO WHY NOT STOTT at SS??? Sometimes the Phillies thinking process
    is an inconsistent mystery. SPEND the 25m on an outfield glove and bat
    SPEND another 25m on an starting arm. The rest is already in the system

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